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A momentous day for women’s sport

A momentous day for women’s sport

The 2015 Boat Races were historic. All four races saw decisive victories for the dark blues and a massive turn out of spectators on the Thames’ banks meant the atmosphere felt more electric than ever.…

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The mystery of the inevitable

The mystery of the inevitable

“Let the people have their say, and then we’ll do what we have to do afterwards.”  Shadow Business Secretary Chuka Umunna takes a dim view of hung parliament…

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Not so social-ist? Labour Party-poopers shun vote night invite

Not so social-ist? Labour Party-poopers shun vote night invite

Senior members of Oxford University’s Labour Club have declined an invitation to attend an election night party from other student…

Somerville student outrage at removal of sports team photos

Somerville student outrage at removal of sports team photos

letter of protest to their College Dean following the removal of sports teams photographs from the College bar. The move…

University wins prestigious Queen’s Award

University wins prestigious Queen’s Award

Isis Enterprise, a subsidiary to the University of Oxford’s technology commercialisation company Isis Innovation, has won a Queens Award for…

OUSU considers challenging City Council

OUSU considers challenging City Council

It risks treating rough sleepers as an inconvenience. Homelessness campaign group On Your Doorstep have proposed that OUSU challenge the…

Parties united over Oxford cycling fears

Parties united over Oxford cycling fears

Serious concerns over the safety of cyclists in Oxford have been raised by local election candidates in recent hustings. Last…

Plans in place for £11m addition to Science Park

Plans in place for £11m addition to Science Park

Oxford University are preparing to apply for planning permission for a £11.29m Innovation Accelerator located at the Begbroke Science Park.…

NUS delegates urged to support campaign for full-time Trans officer

NUS delegates urged to support campaign for full-time Trans officer

OUSU Council will debate this week over whether to bind NUS delegates to “vote in favour of a full time…

Oxford West MP under fire for fox hunting stance

Oxford West MP under fire for fox hunting stance

Oxford MP Nicola Blackwood has come under fire from student activists this week for her apparent support of legal fox…

New self care support group opened for Oxford’s female students

New self care support group opened for Oxford’s female students

A new Facebook campaign under the name Oxford Women Self-Care has been founded, with the intention of providing a safe…

Union speakers announced amidst furious student media war

Union speakers announced amidst furious student media war

The Oxford Union’s speaker list for Trinity Term has now been officially released, along with an announcement of the major…

Castle Mill “contamination” sparks student fury

Castle Mill “contamination” sparks student fury

A local environmental campaigner has urged concern over possible ground contamination at the Castle Mill graduate accommodations. The blog Castle…

Launch of OUSU initiative to subsidise sanitary products

Launch of OUSU initiative to subsidise sanitary products

OUSU has introduced a new initiative to subsidise women’s sanitary products for JCRs. The pilot scheme, originally announced in March,…

OUCA President-elect banned from Cuntry Living

OUCA President-elect banned from Cuntry Living

The President-elect of Oxford University’s Conservative Association, Jan Nedvidek, has been removed from feminist discussion group Cuntry Living after sharing…

Blaze engulfs iconic five-star Randolph Hotel

Blaze engulfs iconic five-star Randolph Hotel

The Randolph Hotel in central Oxford caught fire on Friday 17th April in one of the highest-profile emergencies to have…

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Step into the Polaroid of Smoke and Mirrors

Step into the Polaroid of Smoke and Mirrors

Following the unprecedented global success of Imagine Dragon’s debut studio album Night Visions almost three years ago, the Las Vegas…

Fat White Family: Not the most dangerous band in the world

Fat White Family: Not the most dangerous band in the world

When I was first told that I’m going to be interviewing Lias Saoudi, singer of the punky-alt-country-sleaze band Fat White…