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Sunday, June 26, 2022

Rachel Cordery

Prince Charles visits Oxford

The Prince of Wales visited Oxford on Thursday. Prince Charles first met students, staff and fellows at Jesus College to mark the appointment of the new Jesus...

Plush condemns SU LGBTQ+ campaign

Plush, Oxford’s LGBTQ+ bar and club, has announced it will no longer recognise the Student Union’s LGBTQ+ Campaign as an “authoritative voice of the...

Oxford MP Layla Moran enters Liberal Democrat leadership race

Oxford West and Abingdon's MP, Layla Moran, intends to stand for Leader of the Liberal Democrats, it was announced today. Layla Moran was re-elected as...

Trinity Hall Cambridge embroiled in sexual misconduct allegations

TW: Sexual Assault Dr Jeremy Morris, the head of Trinity Hall, Cambridge, has stepped back from his duties after accusations of mishandling sexual misconduct allegations...

I’m Still Standing: Why Final Year is the Best

At the end of Trinity last year, I honestly thought that second year was as good as it got. I had a good second...

Pitt Rivers to restore Maasai artefacts

A group of Maasai tribespeople visited Oxford this month as part of an effort to retrieve sacred objects held by the Pitt Rivers Museum. The...

Postgraduate access schemes to reach under-represented backgrounds

Oxford University has expanded its postgraduate access scheme to reach students from underrepresented backgrounds. This summer, more than 60 paid research internships will be...

Somerville College announces new postgraduate scholarship for refugees

Somerville College has announced that it is launching a new refugee scholarship. The scholarship will offer a fully funded place to study at Somerville...

St John’s alumni threaten to withhold donations

Alumni of St John’s College, Oxford, are threatening to withhold donations unless it commits to divestment from fossil fuel companies. This follows last week’s...

Coronavirus: Students sent home from year abroad in China

The outbreak of coronavirus in China has forced Oxford undergraduates to return to Britain from their year abroad. The majority of Oxford students, who had...

BREAKING: Climate protesters end occupation of St John’s

Climate protesters, camped out on St John's front quad, have announced the end of their protest. Direct Action for Divestment (DAD), a large group...

Nigerian English words added to Oxford English Dictionary

The most recent linguistic update of the Oxford English Dictionary has expanded their record to include a number of Nigerian English words. According to...

Oxford City Council says “no” to nuclear weapons

Oxford City Council has called on the British Government to sign the International Treaty to Prohibit Nuclear Weapons (TPNW). The resolution, proposed by Councillor John Tanner, was agreed...

St Anne’s conducts review of college investments

For the first time in over 20 years, St Anne’s College is undertaking a full review of its investments. Having begun the review last year, the college...