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Council votes to open up council and University buildings to...

A motion has been passed in favour of making vacant buildings in Oxford available for the homeless, following Open House campaign

Oxford poet wins prestigious award

The director of Oxford Business College is to receive an award for his poetry, written in Hindi

Oxford reacts to snap election as long-serving Labour MP resigns

Applications open for Andrew Smith's Oxford East seat, while Lib Dems hope to take Oxford West from Conservatives

The crisis facing PhD students

According to a study conducted by Ghent University, PhD students are facing significant mental health challenges

Lola Lo’s closes down and is replaced by new retro bar

Without a final farewell, Lola Lo's has shut its doors for the last time
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Atheists among the least afraid of death—Oxford study

A study has shown that atheists are not necessarily the most anxious about death

Government plans to protect freedom of speech in universities

Jo Johnson outlines plans to protect freedom of speech in universities, in light of increasing censorship

Exeter College’s Cohen Quad formally opened

Delays in building work saw 86 students moved into hotels, but Cohen Quad is now formally open.

Somerville to build accommodation on historical site

One hundred and ten student rooms are to be built on the site of the Royalist Civil War defence line

“Culture change” needed for women in science, says Oxford astrophysicist

Professor Dame Jocelyn Bell Burnell speaks of struggles facing women

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