Nigel Owens to referee upcoming Varsity match

Nigel Owens has been confirmed to referee the 138th Varsity match

Minority groups feel the most excluded at the Union, report reveals

The lowest accessibility ratings came from members who “identify as coming from a socioeconomically disadvantaged background” and “disabled members”.

OUCA elects first female president since 2015

The new President hopes to make OUCA "more inclusive and welcoming"

Oxford hospitals introduce new app driven system

University medical courses will need to "adapt and change" to the greater integration of technology

Plush to replace Purple Turtle at Union venue

New Year's Eve will be their final night at Park End St

Uni has ‘systematically failed to listen’ to trans students

The report found that 65% of transgender students believed the University had a “negative” or “very negative” effect on their mental health

Major Oxford donors face imminent criminal investigation

Oxford has received over £11 million in donations from the Sackler family and their trusts

Celebrations set to close after 25 years

“I do want to thank customers for their loyalty and support over the years and for their sympathy and kindness”
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Greasy surfaces, raw meat, and mice droppings: dirty college kitchens exposed

There was a "potential mouse infestation” at one college, with droppings being found in the kitchen
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Oxford’s accessibility crisis

With University departments failing to comply with disabilities policy, Cherwell speaks to the students the Oxford system is forgetting

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Union refute Purple Turtle allegations of “childish” behaviour

According to the Union, negotiations were only "impeded by the impossibility of an agreement on rent."