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

St John’s professor sues University over ‘forced retirement’

Court documents indicate “succession planning” and “diversity” were used by the college to justify the decision

St. John’s tops 2018 Norrington Table

60 of 109 Finalists at the College are awarded Firsts, with 94% of Finalists across the University achieving at least a 2.1

SU calls for meeting with Uni over banned monk’s employment

The SU condemned the University for their "clear negligence" on this issue

A new college is to be opened in the next five...

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Oxford scholar questions £335m painting’s Da Vinci attribution

Wolfson fellow Matthew Landrus says only 5-20% of the 'Salvator Mundi' is Da Vinci's work, after a recording breaking sale at Christie’s auction house

Top Australian universities beat the Russell Group for economic influence

The Group of Eight in Australia wield as much as 30% more economic influence than the UK’s leading grouping of research universities

Exclusive: Oxford employed monk convicted of child sex abuse despite ban

Father Bernard Green taught at a total of seven Oxford colleges between 2000 and 2012, but St. Benet's bosses were aware of the nature of his ban as early as 2006

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