The President of St John’s College JCR, Alasdair Lennon, has been found to have committed electoral malpractice, following a report made by five members of his JCR General Committee to the JCR Returning Officer, Andrew Riddles, on Monday morning.
A fire broke out in the Magdalen JCR games room on the evening of the 22nd October, prompting college authorities to threaten to close the room. While it was originally suspected that the fire was deliberately started, the Magdalen Dean has since emailed the JCR stating: “As far as we can tell this was an accident. Someone left a table tennis bat on top of a standing light, in contact with the light bulb. The light was subsequently turned on with the bulb burning the plastic on the bat.”
Christ Church JCR has overturned a motion that allowed JCR members to settle disputes in trial by combat.
New College has been forced to apologise to students who were sent an email that gave them less than half an hour to submit entry examination details.
Christ Church JCR has voted against the creation of an Equal Opportunities Committee.
Wadham freshers have “destroyed” a substantial amount of furniture and turned a rental house into a “bomb site” after a house party at a second year residence got out of control. The second year tenants of the house have set up a crowdfunding page at gofundme.com in order to pay for the damage caused, and have raised over £150 so far from 29 people. (more…)