Bomb scare at St Hugh’s

SUNDAY MORNING UPDATE: 'bomb' package no longer being treated as suspicious say Thames Valley Police, 'the incident is closed'. Police seem satisfied there was no malicious intent.

Tan-talising times at Jesus

Jesus College has revived its tanning team, which the JCR given over £50 worth of funding for fake tan and equipment

Camera to close and re-launch

A spokesperson has confirmed that Camera will close down this weekend, before re-launching as a new club concept

Magdalen tops Norrington while Merton plummets

The 2014-15 Norrington Table has now been released, with Magdalen College taking the top spot

Update: Floods hit central Oxford

Areas including Christ Church meadow, St Catz, and Addison's Walk in Magdalen have been submerged

St Hugh’s ‘bomb’ destroyed in controlled explosions

Exclusive photo of the St Hugh's hoax bomb

New healthcare centre for the university

Oxford University has announced plans for a new £8m research centre that will provide personalised healthcare.

Pembroke rugby club in crew date controversy

“Entirely misguided” emails represent a “serious case of poor judgement”

Cafe Coco in "racist" poster controversy with students

The management of Cafe Coco, Cowley Road, has attracted sustained student criticism from students over the content of a vintage poster

Emma Watson confirms Oxford rumours

Harry Potter actress is officially spending a visiting year at Worcester College

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Government announces student loan interest rate rises

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Oxford to confront colonial past in £20,000 project

The move will include returning treasures seized during the time of the British Empire, and the study of more black and Asian thinkers on degree courses