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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....

Government cuts ties with NUS over ‘antisemitic rot’

After a series of scandals, the government has cut all ties with the National Union of Students (NUS), accusing it of having “antisemitic rot at its heart”.

Faces of Oxford: a morning with Hertford Porter Nikki Benton

In those nervy interview days, the first person you met at Oxford was a porter. They handed over the keys to your new abode...

New LGBTQI+ nightclub set to open

Next week will see the opening of the new LGBTQI+ nightclub, Glamorous, in St. Clements.  The venue is set to open on Friday 20th...

Annual Town and Gown run takes place in Oxford

About 5,000 runners took part in the 40th annual Town and Gown 10k run through the streets of Oxford on the morning of Sunday,...

University launches graduate scholarship scheme for Ukrainian students

Oxford University is planning on offering a fully-funded scholarship scheme to refugees from Ukraine in the 2022-2023 academic year. The Graduate Scholarship Scheme for...

University sees ‘stark’ decline in EU students post-Brexit

The number of pupils admitted to Oxford University from EU countries has halved in the past five years, according to the University’s annual admissions...

Oxford campus appears in Netflix’s Anatomy of a Scandal

Netflix’s Anatomy of a Scandal, which premiered on 15 April 2022, was partly filmed in Oxford.

University 2021 admissions report: smaller cohort, more diversity

The University of Oxford published its fifth annual admissions report in May 2022, providing a summary of undergraduate admissions data ranging from overall numbers...

St Catz college dog gives birth to puppies

St Catherine’s college dog, who is aptly named Catherine, has just given birth to four puppies. Catherine, a cocker spaniel, “really hit it off” with...

Oxford University introduces Foundation Year for disadvantaged students

In a press release last Wednesday, May 4th, the university announced the creation of the Astrophoria Foundation Year. This one-year course of study will...

Investigation reveals “unacceptable” levels of sexual harassment across University of Oxford

A five-month long Cherwell investigation indicates that there have been a minimum total of 93 complaints of sexual harassment across the University of Oxford since the beginning of the 2017/18 academic year. 

Stephen Fry convinces: Oxford Union votes to repatriate contested artefacts

The Oxford Union voted in favour of the motion “This House Would repatriate contested artefacts”, with 250 ayes to just 52 noes. The debate...

Thousands demand Oxford Union no-platforms Afghan politician

A petition demanding that the Oxford Union cancels a speaker event featuring a prominent Afghan politician who fled the country after the Taliban gained power has received over 10,000 signatures.

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