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Becca Webb samples Oxford's offerings of the pizza scene

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Lizzie Greene discovers Ostrich riding, sky diving and elephant sighting in South Africa

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Sophie Jamieson turns the tables on the interviewer extraordinaire after his speech at the Oxford Union

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Abbas Kazmi fights temptation as he struggles under a week-long web deprivation

Oxford’s Best: Muffin

Becca Webb ponders the nature of the muffin, and lets you in on where to find the tastiest

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Libby Derbyshire gives vegetarianism a dressing-down

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Isra Wani gets behind the politics and meets the real people of Khartoum

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Bye, Bye, Miss American Pie

Becca Webb finds herself thrust into a world of bops, formal hall and legal clubbing as an American in Oxford

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