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Former student graduates 76 years after completing degree

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Oxford academics to help Twitter tackle hate speech

The move comes as a response to criticism that Twitter has taken a soft approach to hate speech and harassment

Oxford and Cambridge fail to meet threshold for National Student Survey

Only three institutions were missing from the results this year

Oxford City Council backs a People’s Vote

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New course in algorithmic trading at Saïd

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Worcester College building shortlisted for Stirling Prize

The £9 million Sultan Nazrin Shah Centre is in the running for the most prestigious architecture award in the UK

Government threatens Oxbridge with sanctions over access

The two universities were among only three institutions to have conditions placed on their registration with the Office for Students

Hassan’s named among best ‘drunk food’ student takeaways in UK

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Oxford student activists condemn London Pride

Oxford students condemned the participation of a "transphobic and trans-misogynistic hate group" at the head of the Pride Parade

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