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E. coli outbreak scare at Maths Faculty

Water supply shut off to Maths and Philosophy departments

OUSU 2015 election: results in full

Full breakdown of OUSU election results by candidate, courtesy of OUSU

Jack Hampton wins OUSU Presidency

Cherwell brings you live coverage of OUSU's 2015 elections

Union candidates clash again over A$AP Rocky speaker event

Controversy over who has the rights to host A$AP Rocky today pits Union rivals Shahin and Webber against one another for a second time

Finalists express anger over mistake during Law exam

Students set to complain after asked to start exam without required materials

Oxford Union passes motion that it is institutionally racist

Union Standing Committee today passes motion acknowledging that institution is institutionally racist

Balliol JCR spends £20k on painting

Common Room votes to purchase valuable Grayson Perry piece

Port and Policy conduct angers Somerville finalists

OUCA members singing at Port and Policy provokes an alleged attack

Merton disciplinary measure declared unconstitutional

Merton students protest at new anti-smoking measure, claiming it breaks college regulations

Morris community responds to criticism over ‘blackface’

Morris dancers defend use of black face paint amid debate following appearance at Folk Weekend Oxford

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Humphrey Bogart is a man addled by loneliness in this cinematic masterclass of subtlety and allegory.