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Gretta Mullany


Oriel grad replaces Countdown’s Vorderman

An Oxford Maths graduate is to fill Carol Vorderman's shoes on long-running TV quiz Countdown.

More racism rows

The editors of the New College bogsheet have been forced to apologise for an allegedly anti-Semitic article.

Bagpipe busker silenced by ban

Cornmarket's bagpiping busker is flying back to his native Australia after the council banned him from playing in Oxford City centre.

Queen’s rugby bloodbath

Three severe injuries were suffered at a recent Queen's-Magdalen match.

First for women at All Souls

Women take both Prize Fellowships

Pembroke students rescue Christ Church girl

A girl from Christ Church was found unconscious and with severe injuries after a night out.

Islamic protests over female preacher

A visiting professor has sparked protests from members of the Muslim community.

Failed novelist successful at last

A member of the University's Failed Novelist Society is to have her novella, Lizard, published.

Ex-Professor to sue Manchester Uni

Former Oxford Professor Terry Eagleton has publicised his plans to sue the University of Manchester for age discrimination after being forced by the University to retire from his current professorship at the age of 65.

Lost tower found beneath castle

Repair work on the Oxford Castle’s Mound has led to the discovery of a ten-sided tower that has been hidden since the late 1700s.The foundations of the tower that previously stood at the top of the mound overlooking Medieval Oxford were uncovered while work on a land subsidence was being carried out on site.Visitors should soon be allowed to observe the excavated tower, which may have to be reburied for safety reasons once the repairs are complete.


The appeal of method acting

Many actors go to great lengths in pursuit of an authentic performance

History should have no borders

Oxford’s curriculum is woefully Eurocentric

Football blues take Brookes varsity win

It has been a tough season for the newly promoted Women’s Blues football team. Now playing in the top league in their region, they...

The plight of the struggling high street

Physical shops need to adapt to the times

Should Murray have been disinvited?

Yes: Hannah HealeyThe central argument against no-platforming in universities is a clear one: we should allow debate around controversial topics because it inspires resilience,...