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Student pursues notorious petty thief

A student led to the arrest of a notorious petty thief after she chased the man on foot when he cycled off with her bike.

Patten rebuffs ‘angry middle class’

Oxford University Chancellor Chris Patten has attacked the "angry middle class parents" who have criticised his proposal of a rise in tuition fees.

Fears new visa rules will deter foreign applicants

Universities have expressed concern that strict new immigration rules could deter international students from applying to the UK.

Elite sports club to partially admit women

Vincent's Club allows women to enter unaccompanied in evenings only

Fire threatens Hertford College

A fire broke out in Hertfod college the early morning on Tuesday

Under 21 Rugby team to receive diversity lessons

Oxford's U21 squad must attend a cultural diversity course after investigations into alleged anti-Semitic behaviour.

Ashmolean Museum to close till August

The Ashmolean Museum is due to close for a year while major redevelopment takes place.

College splashes out on plant pots

Brasenose alleged to have spent £18,000 on plants and pots

Review: God’s Own Country

God's Own Country Ross Raisin4 stars out of 5

Panel Discussion: The Role of the Art School in the 21st...

Richard Wentworth, Master of the Ruskin School of Drawing and Fine Art, initially seemed slightly taken aback to discover that he was the sole...

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