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Students in 27 hour human trafficking protest

Christian student group JustLove protest 27 hours for 27 million victims of human trafficking

Somerville JCR gets a butterfly farm

Somerville JCR has launched a new butterfly farm, to help students “actively help the local environment”

Interview: Steven Pinker

Rowan Borchers discusses gender and genetics with the Harvard psychologist

Oxford polarised over 2014 Budget

Oxford East MP and NUS criticise the Budget's treatment of students.

OUSU joins criticism of University over harassment case

Council supports open letter which expresses “concern and dismay” over the handling of a student’s death

Open letter criticises Oxford’s harassment policy

A letter signed by 135 students, OUSU staff and alumni expresses concern over the University's handling of a student's death

Wellington Square briefly closed due to ‘suspect package’

Fears over another bomb threat led to part of central Oxford being closed for around 40 minutes

Anger as All Souls’ closes pop-up library

Kensal Rise pop-up library was shut this morning, in an incident a College spokesperson says has been misrepresented

Update: Floods hit central Oxford

Areas including Christ Church meadow, St Catz, and Addison's Walk in Magdalen have been submerged

Interview: Dr Timothy Hands

What causes Oxford’s access problem? Cherwell talks to Tim Hands, head of the Headmasters' and Headmistresses' Conference

Investigation: are schools failing Oxford applicants?

A Cherwell survey reveals how state school students are discouraged from applying to Oxbridge

Thousands stolen in Corpus JCR theft

£1,300 snatched from Corpus JCR Treasurer's room in 'really serious' robbery

Anger over Junior Deans’ dinner

Dinner to 'trade war stories' deemed 'inappropriate'

Interview: Eric Pickles

The Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government talks politics, privatisation and public services with Rowan Borchers