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The story so far: the premier league 2014-15

The story so far: the premier league 2014-15

  The New Year is upon us and the Premier League’s mid-point has been reached. White footballs have seamlessly turned to fluorescent yellow ones and fair-weathered 3pm kickoffs have swiftly become sleet-filled affairs leaving players…

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Needs Help, Seriously

Needs Help, Seriously

Last year was not great for the NHS. Between the Mid Staffordshire Trust Inquiry and managerial scandals at hospitals across the country, a fresh start is badly needed.…

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Big Narstie has a big night at Wadham

Big Narstie has a big night at Wadham

It appears that being an international grime artist doesn’t exempt you from the rules as far as Wadham porters are…

Whose Oxford? campaign launched at Wadham

Whose Oxford? campaign launched at Wadham

A new campaign challenging colleges about prioritising the needs of their students is being launched on 22nd January.…

Man charged for triple arson attack

Man charged for triple arson attack

A 47-year-old man appeared in Oxford Crown Court on Saturday, accused of setting fire to the South Oxfordshire District Council…

Magdalen creates BME and Disability Reps

Magdalen creates BME and Disability Reps

Magdalen students have voted to introduce JCR officers for Disabled Students and Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) Students.…

Careers Service reveals ‘gender gap’ in employment

Careers Service reveals ‘gender gap’ in employment

A study conducted by Oxford University’s Careers Service has reported a significant ‘gender gap’ in the employment of university graduates…

Calls for Hindu temple in Oxford

Calls for Hindu temple in Oxford

Local calls for the first Hindu temple to be built in Oxford have been backed by the President of the…

Living Wage accreditation for Oxford University

Living Wage accreditation for Oxford University

Oxford University is to receive accreditation as a Living Wage employer in April 2015, according to an OUSU announcement made…

Union defends decision to host nationalist politicians

Union defends decision to host nationalist politicians

The President of French right wing party Front National Marine Le Pen and Tea Party activist and former vice-presidential candidate…

Unpublished report finds BME students “socially isolated”

Unpublished report finds BME students “socially isolated”

An unpublished report seen by The Oxford Student claims that Oxford University suffers from a “culture that struggles to welcome…

University defends Vice Chancellor’s pay

University defends Vice Chancellor’s pay

The University has defended the pay of its Vice-Chancellor, Andrew Hamilton, following criticism from students who condemned his £339,000 salary…

Low admissions for free school meal pupils

Low admissions for free school meal pupils

Oxford University accepted three times as many pupils from Eton College than pupils on free school meals between 2009/10 and…

Trials begin for Ebola vaccine

Trials begin for Ebola vaccine

The Oxford Vaccine group began trials of a new Ebola vaccine on 1st January, with students targeted as participants in…

OULC concerned for women

OULC concerned for women

Oxford University Labour Club’s Women’s Officer has expressed concerns in her Michaelmas report that women’s involvement in OULC is “negligible…

Corpus finalists removed from college

Corpus finalists removed from college

Corpus finalists have been moved to off-site accommodation and second years to North Oxford as renovation work begins at the…

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At “The Last Garrison” with Enter Shikari

At “The Last Garrison” with Enter Shikari

Enter Shikari were the soundtrack to the late noughties alt-teenage dream. They played year after year at Reading Festival, where,…

The rap battle over appropriation and Iggy’s pop

The rap battle over appropriation and Iggy’s pop

In one corner: Iggy Azalea, Australian rapper, number one hit maker. In the other: Azealia Banks, viral sensation, Twitter-active rap…