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Thursday, June 30, 2022

Tony Diver

“Butt out” at open days, head of UCAS tells middle-class parents

Mary Curnock Cook claimed admissions staff often could "not hear a word" from students

Magdalen scientist wins prestigious Lasker prize

Sir Peter Ratcliffe tipped for Nobel Prize nomination after winning $250K award

US Defence Secretary visits Oxford

US Defence Secretary Ash Carter speaks at Blavatnik and is disappointed not to go to back to the Lamb and Flag

Westgate Centre to have “transformative” panoramic rooftop

New shopping centre to feature a 'quad' and views of the dreaming spires

Planned Michaelmas relaunch of ‘No Offence’ magazine

Jacob Williams has announced that 'No Offence' will relaunch in Michaelmas, in a statement to Open Oxford members

Georgetown University gives slave descendants admissions help

As well as renaming residential buildings, Georgetown has announced that descendants of 272 slaves sold by the university in 1838 will receive the same preferential application status as "members of the Georgetown community".

Warehouse to become part of Nuffield College

Warehouse joins Wahoo and Glee in development plans for 'social sciences quarter', managed by Nuffield College

Oxford researcher suggests Donald Trump has stronger psychopathic traits than Hitler

Dr Kevin Dutton's study scores Donald Trump at 171 on the PPI-R test for psychopathic traits.

Oxford produces more millionaires than any other UK university

Oxford came fourth in the world in the ranking of millionaire graduates, behind three US universities and seven places ahead of Cambridge.

Tuition fee rise accompanies fall in state school students going to university

State school entrants experience "a flattening of rates" while independent school numbers remain high

‘Budgie smugglers’ added to the Oxford English Dictionary

...along with a host of other slang terms that have already fallen out of common parlance.

Oxford scientists discover “life-saving” helium gas field

"'This is an outstanding example of industry and academia working together closely to deliver real value to society."

Oxford reacts to Brexit

The University shares its views on the announcement that the UK will leave the European Union

Student protests against All Souls’ Codrington

Oluwafemi Nylander, a prominent member of Rhodes Must Fall Oxford and campaigner against colonial commemoration at Oxford, today stood outside All Souls College in...