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Oxford University brands MailOnline story about its ‘snowflake’ professors “misleading”

The MailOnline cites old guidance about the use of non-gendered titles and counselling for professors in light of the fake 'ze' for 'he' and 'she' story

Friends honour “brilliant” Oxford student who died on Varsity ski trip

Natalia Bus feels the weight of D.I.D's long-awaited second album

St Aldates closed after police incident

A coach has been involved in an incident with a pedestrian, causing St Aldates to close

Merton tops updated version of Norrington Table

Merton College has topped a revised version of the Norrington Table, pushing Oriel into second place.Oxford University adjusted the table according to the...

“Tongue in cheek” pyjama palaver at Hertord

Students get their “PJs out for Harambe” after third year complains about hall attire

Oxford’s Chancellor says “Trump poses an existential threat”

Lord Christopher Patten, the Chancellor of Oxford University, has branded Donald Trump’s election as President “an existential threat” in an article published on Project...

Cyclist dies following attack on Oxford’s High Street

Thames Valley Police are investigating into the cyclist's death from the head injuries he suffered when being kicked off his bicycle

Exeter housing: Jury’s Inn, students out

Disabled students, finalists and those with coursework given priority to move into college

Wahoo opens and closes for the last time

Students rush to Wahoo for the last hurrah before club shutters its doors once and for all

Hash-up breakfast at the Randolph

Top food critic outraged at poor quality of luxury hotel’s overpriced breakfast

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