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At last! The Pretty Reckless are back

At last! The Pretty Reckless are back

It’s been four years since New York alt-metal band The Pretty Reckless blasted onto the music scene with their…

Everything is not as embarrassing as it seems

Wild Beasts: putting the past (tense) behind them

Tugging on the heart-springs

Bow down to St. Vincent

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Irish boys Raglans set for Oxford’s O2 Academy

Irish boys Raglans set for Oxford’s O2 Academy

Irish indie-folk group Raglans recently embarked upon a twelve-date UK tour to mark the release of their guitar-laden, self-titled…

Havana great time on tour

Who’s that girl? Harleighblu chats to OxStu

Interview with Annie Nightingale

St. Vincent: a witness to a digital age

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The Internet’s Voice for People of Colour Has Never Been Louder

The Internet’s Voice for People of Colour Has Never Been Louder

With broadsheet opinion pieces unveiling the groundbreaking news that slavery was “not very nice”, it seems that mainstream cinema’s…

A year in the life of student drama trailers

5 Of The Best… Horror Remakes

Top 5 Subjects for TV Addicts

5 of the best: Cinematic Friendships

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Interview: President F. W. de Klerk

Interview: President F. W. de Klerk

FW de Klerk is a man used to public scrutiny. Like his native South Africa, he has remained under the spotlight since the dying days of apartheid. He may be so now more than ever:…

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It’s lights, camera, action as TV crews arrive in Oxford

It’s lights, camera, action as TV crews arrive in Oxford

The city of Oxford has maintained its reputation as a popular location for film and television, with popular BBC soap…

New Oxford charity set to be nationally in vogue

New Oxford charity set to be nationally in vogue

A new fashion-based charity has been set up in Oxford to tackle poverty and rising inequality. Fashion Relief, which is…

Oxford’s gender gap one of widest in the country

Oxford’s gender gap one of widest in the country

Almost a third of male undergraduates at Oxford were awarded firsts last year compared to just a quarter of female…

Whitewash failure for Oxford candidates at NUS Conference

Whitewash failure for Oxford candidates at NUS Conference

Nathan Akehurst, the only Oxford candidate in the NUS Conference elections, failed to win a seat in the ‘Block of…

Oxford Blues robbed during Boat Race

Oxford Blues robbed during Boat Race

The Oxford first boat minibus was robbed while the Blues were beating Cambridge in last week’s Boat Race, it has…

Trup to “continue” fight after council leader suggests monorail

Trup to “continue” fight after council leader suggests monorail

OUSU President-elect Louis Trup’s dreams of futuristic transport for Oxford may come true after the leader of the County Council…

Oxford fresher to run for European Parliament

Oxford fresher to run for European Parliament

Oxford’s political scene jumped to the next level recently when a Christ Church fresher announced he is set to run…

Student in Mandela remark row accused of copyright law abuse

Student in Mandela remark row accused of copyright law abuse

An Oxford undergraduate is embroiled in a legal dispute with a leading political blog over the use of his Facebook…

Plush “devastated” after assault on Teddy Hall patron

Plush “devastated” after assault on Teddy Hall patron

The Plush Lounge has expressed “great regret” after Teddy Hall MCR member Jeanne Ryan was assaulted on the premises. After…

New College JCR subsidises exclusive dining society

New College JCR subsidises exclusive dining society

New College’s exclusive dining society, the Smith Society, is under fire for its £2,106 subsidy from the JCR. The Smith…

Senior Proctor’s celebratory “Selfie”

Senior Proctor’s celebratory “Selfie”

Merton Fellow Dr Kate Blackmon yesterday celebrated being made Senior Proctor of Oxford University with a “selfie”. The photo captures her…

Student leaders claim “We Are All Oxford” is “misguided” and “unacceptable” as parody accounts run wild

Student leaders claim “We Are All Oxford” is “misguided” and “unacceptable” as parody accounts run wild

Leaders of OUSU and the African and Caribbean Society last night criticised “We are all Oxford” (WAAO). Tom Rutland, OUSU…

Kellogg College accused of age discrimination

Kellogg College accused of age discrimination

An ex-employee of Kellogg College is suing Oxford University for age discrimination and unfair dismissal. Catriona Carter Jonas, 53, told…

OUSU apologises as competition escalates between anti-racism Tumblrs

OUSU apologises as competition escalates between anti-racism Tumblrs

OUSU was dragged into a debate between opposing anti-racism Tumblr accounts last night after it apologised for publicising one campaign…

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More Students Join Race for Council

More Students Join Race for Council

The university’s top Conservatives have announced their support for two students running in the Oxford City Council elections next month.…

EXCLUSIVE: Anger as colleges call St Giles Christmas fair “tawdry” and “poor quality”

EXCLUSIVE: Anger as colleges call St Giles Christmas fair “tawdry” and “poor quality”

Leading cultural venues have condemned a group of Oxford colleges after they raised objections to the city’s annual Christmas fair…