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Oxford research finds AI chatbots cannot provide information about latest news stories 

Latest research from the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism (RISJ) has shown that attempts to request top news headlines on the popular AI chatbots ChatGPT and Bard...

University statement on Palestine Solidarity encampment affirms right to protest, outlines investment policy 

The University today released an official response to the pro-Palestine encampment organised by Oxford...

Oxford Vice-Chancellor attends Downing Street meeting to ‘protect Jewish students’

On Thursday 9th May, university leaders, including Oxford University’s Vice-Chancellor, Irene Tracey, met with...

MI5 warns Oxford University of security threat

In a recent briefing, MI5 has warned that foreign states are targeting UK universities,...

SU provides updates on Transformation Period

The Oxford Student Union (SU) has released further details on the 12-month transformation period,...

Oxford research finds AI chatbots cannot provide information about latest news stories 

Latest research from the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism (RISJ) has shown that attempts to request top news headlines on the popular...

University statement on Palestine Solidarity encampment affirms right to protest, outlines investment policy 

The University today released an official response to the pro-Palestine encampment organised by Oxford Action for Palestine (OA4P) in an email sent to all...

Oxford Vice-Chancellor attends Downing Street meeting to ‘protect Jewish students’

On Thursday 9th May, university leaders, including Oxford University’s Vice-Chancellor, Irene Tracey, met with Prime Minister Rishi Sunak and Education Secretary Gillian Keegan, where...

MI5 warns Oxford University of security threat

In a recent briefing, MI5 has warned that foreign states are targeting UK universities, including Oxford University, which jeopardises national security. The briefing comes...

SU provides updates on Transformation Period

The Oxford Student Union (SU) has released further details on the 12-month transformation period, which it entered late in March, denying reports of a...

Institute accused of ‘eugenics on steroids’ shut down by Oxford University

The Future of Humanity Institute (FHI) at Oxford University was shut down on April 16 after 19 years of research and operation. Research carried...

Pembroke ball tickets provoke controversy

As students count down the weeks to Pembroke College’s ninth week Commemoration Ball, anger over “inaccessible” ticket prices has mounted. Regularly priced tickets for...

The hidden Oxford experience: Transparency in college disparities

In a January 2023 address, Chancellor Lord Patten welcomed the new Vice-Chancellor, Irene Tracey, and discussed the challenges which lay for Oxford University, and...

Oxford pays lecturers higher than nearly all Russell Group Universities

New data reveals Oxford University is one of the best paying Russell Group universities. The University ranks sixth for percentage of academics paid in...

No admissions tests for English and Geography in 2024

The University of Oxford's Faculty of English and Faculty of Geography and Environment have confirmed that neither the English Language Admissions Test (ELAT), nor...

Oxford Union believes the EU has a bright future

On Thursday night, the Oxford Union voted in support of the motion ‘This House Believes the EU has a Bright Future.’ The final count...

Oxford Israel Society and Jewish Students For Justice release statements addressing pro-Palestine encampment

Oxford Israel Society issued a statement on Wednesday condemning the pro-Palestine encampment organised by Oxford Action for Palestine (OA4P), which was set up on...

24 hours inside the OA4P encampment

Mud swamps over grass where disintegrating cardboard and puddled tarp trace a crude footpath; wooden pallets provide the only solid ground. Upon this foundation...

Pro-Palestine protesters rally in attempt to present demands to Vice-Chancellor

A group of around 150, organised by Oxford Action for Palestine (OA4P), rallied outside the Sheldonian Theatre during Vice-Chancellor’s awards on 8th May, aiming...

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