Iranian hackers steal sensitive Oxford research

The hacked papers are then sold online to customers in Iran for as little as £2

Fuzzy Ducks moves to Emporium

From Wednesday of freshers' week, 'Park End' will replace Fuzzy Ducks at Atik

UK universities issue new suicide prevention guidance

One focus of the new guidelines is to increase information sharing between universities and families

Theresa May portrait returns to Geography department

The decision comes four months after the portrait was removed following backlash from students and academics

First-generation, black student launches crowdfund to take up Oxford place

Roy Celaire aims to become an academic anthropologist to "work on the issues confronting members of the black community in Britain."

Oxford student successful in campaign for mother’s right to cross Mexico-US...

Bill De La Rosa launched a campaign after U.S. authorities denied his mother's plea to visit his dying father one last time

University Challenge introduces “gender neutral” questions to encourage more female contestants

Even though women in the UK are 35% more likely than men to go to university, 95% of finalists over the past five years have been men.

Oxford student sailors complete Round Britain and Ireland race

The race is regarded as one of toughest yacht races in the world

Prime Minister’s former chief of staff becomes Wadham fellow

Nick Timothy resigned from Downing Street in the aftermath of the 2017 General Election

OULC Women’s* Caucus demand faster action on abortion clinic safe zones

The Home Secretary, Sajid Javid, has promised an announcement on the issue in September

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