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Oxford academics win award for Women in Science

Two Oxford academics have won “Women in Science” Fellowships, awarded to some of the most promising and talented female scientists from around the world. From...

Further rule violations mar first day of voting in NUS referendum

The first day of voting in Oxford's NUS referendum was made more dramatic by instances of rule violations on both sides. This morning the NUS...

Accidental rule violation clouds debate on eve of NUS referendum

The New College access officer inadvertently violated OUSU referendum rules earlier this week by emailing out her support for the ‘Yes to NUS’ campaign...

Portrait of Viceroy replaced with student art at Balliol

The college initially claimed the colonialist’s image was removed for restoration work

Christ Church breaks sanitation regulation by failing to provide bins

Students finally win proper sanitation bins after a year of fighting

Local teenager in critical condition after being stabbed on Cowley

Hilda's students see suspected assailants being chased by Police through their back garden

Oxford students to stand for City Council elections

Students have been selected as candidates for the Conservatives, Labour and Lib Dems

NUS conference debates Holocaust commemoration

The conference also featured debate on Yik Yak and legal highs.

Oxford students push for NUS disaffiliation

Oxford NUS delegates and other students call for disaffiliation following Bouattia's victory

Bouattia elected NUS President despite allegations of anti-Semitism

NUS conference elects Malia Bouattia to Presidency despite concerns expressed by Jewish socieities

Should Europe care about Trump?

Zachary Klamann discusses whether Europeans have cause to protest against Trump

Claims of anti-semitism hit NUS Presidential race

Oxford JSoc among the 48 student societies asking questions of Malia Bouattia in open letter

A brief history of the not-so-humble shoe

Zachary Klamann traces the story of the shoe as a symbol of wealth, class and social standing