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Monday, June 27, 2022

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Merton votes to leave Sheffield SU

In a JCR motion on Sunday night, the undergraduate body voted not renew its affiliation to Sheffield Student Union

Ed Miliband: “I’m not going anywhere”

Former Labour leader reveals plans to stay in Commons at Nuffield event

Trinity freshers drunk and chanting during matriculation

First-years asked to donate £10 following “disgraceful behaviour” during ceremony

Four in ten state school teachers rarely or never recommend Oxbridge

Over 40 per cent of state secondary school teachers rarely or never advise their academically gifted students to apply to Oxford or Cambridge, according...

Merton declares war on Corpus

Merton JCR has passed a war motion against Corpus Christi, shortly after Oriel voted to refer to it as "0th Quad"

Popular principal of Somerville to retire

Alice Prochaska will leave the college in July to continue her academic career

Teenage girl abducted in Oxford

Anyone who has any information is asked to call police on 101 and quote reference number URN 1631 28/09/16

Historian investigates Cold War Oxford spy ring

Andrew Lownie announced that he will begin investigating the possibility of a spy ring in Cold War Oxford at the Henley Literary Festival

Oxford Council flies bi-flag for first time

The council flew the bi-flag from Oxford Town Hall, in celebration of International Bi-Visibility Day

Oxford’s gender equality work assessed by UN HeForShe campaign

The University has "leaned in" to the HeForShe campaign, reveals report, following high-profile anniversary event

Transformers 5 will be filmed in Oxford tomorrow morning

Major celebrities are anticipated to be working in Oxford's historic centre, on the latest in multi-million dollar franchise

Oxford named best university in the world

Oxford dethrones the California Institute of Technology to top Times Higher Education world university ranking

Brexit will harm the reputation of UK universities, say Vice-Chancellors

UK university heads fret over "considerable" losses and risk to students going on years abroad, as 12% of Oxford funding hangs in the balance

Oxford robotics group builds driverless car with “brain”

The car will make decisions based on accumulated experience, rather than just sensory data