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The real Ophelia

Oxford professor uncovers story of the girl whose tragic fate may have inspired Shakespeare’s Ophelia

Finalists feel the pain

Survey reveals finals stress leads to binge eating with 59% students reporting consuming more junk food

Tutor position could be History

Hertford JCR and alumni asked to raise £1.2 million to keep teaching position

NUS exposes racism at unis

Oxford students are divided over whether there is still racism at the University, which has recently affirmed its commitment to diversity

OUSU damns rent

OUSU's 'Rent is too damn high' campaign draws support from US presidential candidate

Man Guilty of student rape

Repeat offender convicted for student rape at John Radcliffe Hospital

Two votes for students

Oxford students were able to vote multiple times in the AV referendum

VC embraces Chinese uni

Oxford to increase academic cooperation and exchanges with China according to announcement by Professor Andrew Hamilton. Oxford and Tsinghua will begin an increased program of co-operation over the next 5 years.

Magdalen victorious in University Challenge

Magdalen College triumph over York University in University Challenge

Students among ”anarchist” breakaways from TUC march

Protestors say official march had \"lack of energy\" compared to previous student protests against the raise in tuition fees

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Oxford grad launches new access initiative

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You shouldn't judge a book by its cover, but what about a show by its intro?

Life After A-Levels: Keeping up Languages

Keeping up languages requires effort, but is very fulfilling