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Protesters up in arms

80 students gathered in Oxford to campaign against arms investment.

Academics fearful of "brain drain" call for fee hike

Academics argue that tuition fee hike is needed to prevent intellectual exodus.

Student fined £80 for dropping match stick

Council's cleaner Oxford campaign kicks off with student fines

Queens JCR elect Teddy for President

JCR offer backing to ousted Pres Nathan Roberts in election of cuddly toy.

Man up, Oxford students

Man Collective Oxford calls for a celebration of masculinity.

Balliol gets hairy for charity

A group of men in Balliol College are taking part in a moustache-growing competition for charity.

Academic freedom under threat as funding structure changes

Oxford academics protest against changing the research funding structure.

New College Lane Mugging

More details on the violent incident in freshers' week

Students welcome inquiry into the loans fiasco

OUSU and suffering Oxford students have welcomed an "overdue" government inquiry announced this week into the Student Loans Company (SLC).

Campaigners challenge colleges over unethical investments

Anti-arms campaigners graffiti colleges ahead of the socially responsible investment review.

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