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Will 2015 see the fall of the Big Four?

Will 2015 see the fall of the Big Four?

As Melbourne prepares to welcome the tennis world to its sun-baked courts, the start of the 2015 Grand Slam season means stakes and heartrates are high. After a tumultuous 2014 that included Stan Wawrinka’s surprising…

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Censorship is more dangerous than offence

Censorship is more dangerous than offence

Twelve people were shot allegedly because of a picture of Mohammed. Much of the horror and outrage that we have since seen in the media comes from the…

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Al Sharpton withdraws from racism debate at Union

Al Sharpton withdraws from racism debate at Union

Controversial political activist Reverend Al Sharpton withdrew from participating in a debate at the Oxford Union this week.…

Hebdo newsagent retreats

Hebdo newsagent retreats

Local newsagent Wendy’s News has withdrawn from selling the latest edition of Charlie Hebdo magazine, following threats to their shop.…

Last orders for Oxford pub

Last orders for Oxford pub

Popular Oxford pub ‘Far From the Madding Crowd’ closed its doors for the last time on Saturday evening. The pub,…

Union debate left in naked terror

Union debate left in naked terror

Oxford Union members expressed shock when a near-naked man barged into the chamber during an event about youth voting. Disrupting…

Oxford MP expresses opposition towards Campsfield House expansion

Oxford MP expresses opposition towards Campsfield House expansion

A local Oxford MP has voiced support for OUSU’s recent statement on Campsfield House, in which the Executive Body expressed…

Veg-nesday at Regent’s Park

Veg-nesday at Regent’s Park

Regent’s Park have introduced a new initiative to go meat-free one day a week. Following the result of a ballot…

Disruption as female bishop ordained

Disruption as female bishop ordained

A “serial protester” interrupted the ordination service of Reverend. Dr. Libby Lane, the first female bishop of the Church of…

Underage drinking at Oxford University ‘Lash’ Club

Underage drinking at Oxford University ‘Lash’ Club

Oxford University’s Labour Club has come under fire after allegedly serving alcohol to underage students, at an event held in…

Oxford police criticised for begging arrests

Oxford police criticised for begging arrests

Oxford police made 96 arrests for begging over 2013 and 2014, according to new Freedom of Information figures obtained by…

‘It Gets Brighter’ web campaign launched

‘It Gets Brighter’ web campaign launched

A new web-based campaign is to be launched in Oxford, encouraging the public to post videos discussing their experiences with…

New funding to target “low expectation” students in England and Wales

New funding to target “low expectation” students in England and Wales

Students from areas of “low expectation” are being targeted by Oxford University in new outreach projects launched this week.…

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…

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Three is a magic number for The Staves

Three is a magic number for The Staves

As the saying goes “three is a magic number” and this could not be truer about the ethereal band of…

Clearing up misconceptions of opera in Oxford

Clearing up misconceptions of opera in Oxford

Admit to liking opera and prepare to be judged. If only at a subconscious level, the stereotypical opera enthusiast comes…