Catz escape storms to conquer Hall

St. Catherine’s underlined their championship credentials on Thursday of Oth week with a thumping away win over rivals Teddy Hall. Both sides had to...

Talking about a revolution?

Sara-Christine Gemson encourages students to stand up for what they believe inAt the end of September, the eyes of the world were riveted to...

Flood Warnings Remain — Oxford Is Ready

Flood warning on the River Thames running through Oxford remains in place alongside two other flood warnings on the Rivers Thames and Ray running...

OUSU to decide admissions policy

A vote on whether to approve the OUSU admissions policy will be held at the council meeting on Friday.The admissions policy document was drawn...

Teddy Hall ball cancelled again

The Teddy Hall summer ball has been cancelled amidst ongoing disputes between the JCR and the college.The decision to cancel the ball for a...

Oxford rejects blacklists for “soft” A levels

Oxford University has refused to follow Cambridge and the London School of Economics in drawing up so-called ‘blacklists’ for ‘soft’ A levels such as...

Review: Far Away

Dark and unsettling, Alice Lacey’s production of Caryl Churchill’s play is a triumph from start to finish. Despite a very drawn out freezeframe at...

Review: Edward II

Tom Richards’s production of Edward II, by Christopher Marlowe, is complete with smoky night clubs, the sweet-sour smell of weed, star-cross’d lovers, and violence....

Cowley controversy over mosque’s call to prayer

A row has erupted after leaders at Oxford’s Central Mosque announced plans to install a loudspeaker to broadcast the call to prayer. Despite opposition from...

Three resignations in three months at LMH

Lady Margaret Hall has lost its third student officer this academic year after the JCR’s OUSU officer stood down.Georgie Day said that she was...

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