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Oxford SU to financially support students voting in Irish referendum

The SU will fund travel expenses up to £55 for those returning to vote

Proposal to build cable car network in Oxford

The proposed gondola lifts would be the seventh passenger cable car network in the UK

Night Out: Emporium, the best of the worst

"Moral of the story, kids: aim low, and you’ll never be disappointed".

Jorja Smith review – euphoric, intense and soulful

Jorja is a vocal powerhouse for a new generation.

Night Out: Drunk on funk at Cellar

"Since then, I have decided to bring fresh produce with me to every club night"

Night Out: Dangerous dancing and drag queens

Copious amounts of glitter and some inspirational pep-talks culminates in a great night at Plush

Life Divided: Do you miss Oxford during the vac?

Are you pining after crippling academic pressure, or just enjoying being reunited with sleep? Priya Vempali and Joanna Lonergan debate Oxford nostalgia

The insincerity of the female nude

Women should not be afraid to reclaim their naked bodies, writes Priya Vempali

The All Souls scholarship shows progress, but is a token gesture

In the face of All Souls' continued defence of regressive customs, we should not commend the college for its complacency, writes Priya Vempali

How to maintain dominance in the library

Priya Vempali shows you what it takes to shine in the library

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UK ambassador to North Korea encourages pragmatism in China Centre speech

Alastair Morgan said that American investment in North Korea is a “carrot which they are rejecting”

Interview – The Unstoppable Rise of the Magic Gang

With guitar bands falling out of favour, The Magic Gang seem an exception to the rule

May I Borrow The Tiger Please?

The history of Tipu Sultan’s Tiger is the history of imperialistic acquisition

Choosing the best Italian on George Street

Price and variation are crucial for a good restaurant.

Travels with a Cross-Dressing friend: A Personal Biography of China

Michael Bristow, a former BBC Foreign Correspondent, hopes his book will challenge the Chinese government