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Oxford Vice-Chancellor is third highest paid VC in UK

A study published by the University and College Union reveals the Vice-Chancellor of Oxford University to be the third highest paid VC in the country

Oxford study finds depression linked to violence

A study conducted by the University's Department of Psychiatry reveals people with depression are more likely to commit violent crimes

Oxford town crier exposed as fraud

Military veterans expose fictitious army record of Anthony Church

Less than half of students registered to vote

Wolfson tops registration figures as nineteen colleges have less than 44 per cent registered

Al Sharpton avoids engaging in Union debate

Last Friday American baptist minister Al Sharpton gave a speech at the Union, instead of participating in the planned debate

OULC launch #2015hours campaign for upcoming election

MP and Reading West Candidate support Oxford University Labour Club campaign

Many JCR Elections left uncontested

Following Teddy Hall’s lack of election candidates, Trinity, Oriel, St Anne’s and Pembroke have struggled to fill positions

Christ Church JCR pressure college over abortion debate

JCR vote to inform college Censors about security issues over Oxford Students for Life's controversial 'Abortion Culture' debate, while Christ Church say that no room booking has been made

Trinity keeps heteronormative marriage system

JCR’s decision not to change its controversial college marriage process angers LGBTQ campaigners

RAG’s "Firewalk" a success despite shaky start

Around 25 students walk six metres across hot coals for RAG's charities, after organisers were forced to halve the initial funding target

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