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Revealed: The OUCA Files

Council minutes show student Conservative association in disarray

Queen Elizabeth to visit Oxford at Easter

Her Majesty will take part in an ceremony at Christ Church Cathedral where she will give out Maundy money

Prince Charles to visit Oxford

The Prince of Wales will visit St Stephen’s House in February to meet those training for the Anglican ministry

Geo-tagged tweets map where football fans live

Researchers at the Oxford Internet Institute explore links between geo-coded tweets and the location of football fans.

Oxford MP changes position on gay marriage

In a response to a letter of appeal written by JCR and MCR presidents, Nicola Blackwood, whose constituency contains eight Oxford colleges, has explained that she is no longer against the government's same-sex marriage proposals

Varsity hat-trick for Oxford

Oxford achieves its third victory in a row in the annual rugby match against Cambridge.

Oxford academics criticise Higher Education Reform

Prominent UK intellectuals, including many with ties to Oxford, form The Council for the Defence of British Universities, a campaign to 'defend' universities.

Council awarded living wage certification

Living Wage Foundation confirms that Oxford City Council plays staff living wage

St Anne’s receives largest life time donation ever

St Anne's college has received £1.5 million from Mike and Helen Danson which will provide over 30 undergraduates with bursaries and internship opportunities

Oxford alumna creates porn website

Cindy Gallop, a Somerville graduate, has created a new website which is attempting to change accepted standards of pornography by only using user-submitted videos

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