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Cambridge win controversial Boat Race

Cambridge win 2012 Boat Race, after the race is restarted due to a swimmer blocking the river, and an Oxford rower loses an oar

13 arrested in child sex ring investigation

Six men charged with multiple offences whilst seven are bailed until next month after co-ordinated dawn raids

St Hugh’s new Principal

Dame Elish Angiolini to become St Hugh’s Principal in September

Oxford triumph in wine contest

Team win a trip to Australia

Chief Exec of Student Loans Company avoids taxation

Students react to news that Ed Lester does not pay Income Tax and National Insurance

New course in Jewish leadership

Oxford Centre for Hebrew and Jewish Studies proposes a new qualification

Tolkein rejected for the Nobel prize

Released documents reveal the Nobel jury's criticism of author's prose

St John’s tutor bailed

Dr Devinder Sivia has been granted bail while police await further post mortem results following the death of Professor Steve Rawlings

Church history tutor knighted

Oxford Professor's outstanding contribution to Church History recognised in the New Year's Honours List

Murder in Corpus Christi

JCR presidential election candidate Jeremy the Plant was found brutally murdered in Corpus Christi's JCR, leaving a College in mourning

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Aung San Suu Kyi’s honorary degree should be revoked

If the degree was awarded to honour human rights, can it not be revoked to honour human rights?

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Tolkien fans visit Oxford to celebrate author

The four-day event will include a Hobbit bake-off