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Christ Church forbids suspended students from Ball

Christ Church College, which is hosting its Commemoration Ball tonight, has taken the decision to prohibit suspended students from entry.

Sports Ball sees award winners announced

This year marked a return to an in-person event and hundreds packed into the beautifully decorated main room in the City Hall for a sit-down three-course meal, with the winners being announced periodically throughout.

St Benet’s Hall buildings to be vacated as students lament loss of “lovely community”

St Benet’s Hall announced via an email to students on 2nd June that the...

Lincoln’s Tortilla the Tortoise munches to victory at packed-out Corpus fair

Over £7000 was raised for the DEC Ukraine Humanitarian Appeal at Corpus Christi’s Tortoise...

NEW win landslide Union election victory, all officers elected

Charlie Mackintosh has been elected President of the Oxford Union for Hilary Term 2023....

‘Rescheduled’ speaker launches Union lawsuit

A controversial Indian filmmaker, whose talk at the Oxford Union was rescheduled following a planned protest by the India and South Asian Societies, has said he has filed a lawsuit against the Union.

Special Report: Merton tops 2021 Norrington Table but rankings show link between college wealth and academic performance

Merton College, described by students as “where fun goes to die”, has lived up to its reputation for high academic attainment by topping this...

Hertford College launches John Porter Diplomacy Centre

This year, Hertford College inaugurated its John Porter Diplomacy Centre, a key part of the Hertford 2030 aspiration to prepare students for “life, work,...

Oxford nuclear fusion revolution: the story of First Light Fusion

This is part 2 in Cherwell’s multi-part series of reported pieces on the personalities and stories behind the nuclear fusion revolution happening in Oxford....

First students facing £150 trashing fines

As the finalists start finishing and prelims approach, Cherwell can report that University staff working for the Proctor’s Office are actively attempting to catch...

Special report: Students in disarray as St Benet’s set to close

St Benet’s Hall announced on the 16th of May via its official mailing list that the University Council has decided not to renew the...

Catz-tastrophe: St Catz proposes 11.8% increase in rent

St Catherine’s College has proposed a 11.8% increase in rent and hall prices for the next academic year (2022-3). College accommodation rent would increase...

Lincoln College chapel vandalised

The Lincoln College chapel was vandalised in what the college chaplain has called an act of “abuse and damage”.  A group of individuals, whose identities...

Faces of Oxford: an afternoon with DJ Cuppy

DJ Cuppy is a busy woman. “I flew back in from Monaco yesterday” she tells me as we prepare for a photoshoot in her...

No-confidence motion in SU Vice President passes first reading

A motion of no confidence in the Student Union’s Welfare and Equal Opportunities Officer has passed its first reading at the Student Council, with 25 votes in favour out of 36. If the motion passes its second reading in Seventh Week, a referendum of students would be called Ninth Week.

‘Not Here, Not Anymore’ holds protest against Oxford Uni’s sexual assault policy

NHNA is a student campaign aiming to fight against the use of Non-Disclosure Agreements (NDAs) in colleges and push Oxford University towards improved sexual assault policies.

Oxfordshire authorities set up cycling safety group amid calls for “fundamental change”

In the wake of three cyclist deaths across the city in six months, Oxfordshire County Council has set up a working group to improve...

Bank of America pledges £1.2 million to Oxford for greenhouse gas removal

Oxford University is due to receive £1.2 million from the Bank of America to fund research into greenhouse gas removal and sustainable finance. This...

Prince Charles talks to University College students about access

During his recent visit to Oxford, Prince Charles spoke with a group of 12 ‘under-represented’ students to hear about their experiences and challenges. The...

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