Oxford Union passes motion that it is institutionally racist

Union Standing Committee today passes motion acknowledging that institution is institutionally racist

Cult film stars speak at Balliol

Tommy Wiseau and Greg Sestero gave an unusual talk at Balliol on Monday afternoon

Student maintenance grants to be scrapped

The Chancellor George Osborne has announced in the Budget that from 2016/17 maintenance grants for low-income students will be abolished, to be replaced by higher maintenance loans

George Galloway confronted with Israeli flag

George Galloway's speech at the Oxford Union this evening was disturbed by a student bearing an Israeli flag who labelled the Respect MP as 'racist'

Home Office immigration crackdown on Alternative Tuck Shop

Shop closed after border authorities' raid targets staff

Oxford Student newspaper to close

Oxford's second student paper to fold - RIP (it up)

Oxford MP changes position on gay marriage

In a response to a letter of appeal written by JCR and MCR presidents, Nicola Blackwood, whose constituency contains eight Oxford colleges, has explained that she is no longer against the government's same-sex marriage proposals

An open letter about the Oxford Union

The former Union Secretary, who stood down last week following hacking and sexism allegations, addresses recent events

Bomb scare on St Giles: Live

A suspicious package was sent to the army recruitment offices on St. Giles'. The New IRA has now claimed responsibility

Oxford: the big gay truth

One in 5 Oxford men have had gay sex, says survey


Former ACS president wins social mobility award

The current Havard student was a former ACS president

Rhodes Trust announces largest and most diverse cohort

The 2019 class includes two Global Scholars
a sign saying 'no surrender' hung over rubble on Shankill Road

Milkman by Anna Burns: a pertinent portrait of life during the Troubles

An exploration of Anna Burns' The Milkman and its chilling relationship to the violence of the Troubles.

Research by Oxford University reveals scale of Russian intervention in US election

Research by Oxford University’s Computational Propaganda Project and network analysis firm Graphika provides an in-depth analysis into Russia’s disinformation campaign around the 2016 US election.

Students face “hit” following ONS student loan reclassification

The reclassification will see £12bn added to the UK annual deficit