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Union reverses ruling after election error

A counting error had denied Rai Saad Khan a spot on the Secretary’s Committee

Union elections marred by voting blunder

Rai Saad Khan was not elected to the Secretary's Committee, despite winning more votes than his closest rival

Academics slam VC over strike intervention

Her lack of support had prompted the creation of the #JeezLouise hashtag

Oxford helped ‘drive through’ controversial pension reforms

Colleges were counted as individual institutions in the pension policy survey, allegedly giving them disproportionate influence

Students march in support of academic staff

Oxford SU encouraged students not to use departmental facilities, though college teaching will not be affected

Union suspends membership of Coulter protesters

Four students have been temporarily banned for “conduct intended to disrupt debates or other meetings of the society”

Union members disciplined after Coulter protest

Students chanted “no Trump, no KKK, no fascist USA.”

‘Entitled’ Trinity students deaned for halfway hall raucousness

There were similar reports of debauchery at Keble’s halfway hall event

Oxford SU votes to support UCU strike

The motion called on students to support their lecturers and tutors, even if that means not attending classes

Joe Inwood elected new SU President

The student turnout was 17.6%, a decrease from last year

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