Report: Oxford Council Elections

Cherwell reports direct from the council election count in Oxford Town Hall, bringing you coverage of the first results to be announced and the reactions of Oxford students who stood for election.

Cuppers cup conundrum

Organisers of the inter-college JCR Association Football League are searching for the forgotten winners of what may be the oldest football trophy in the...

Union disappoints with more cancellations

Members have criticised the Union after the cancellation of Anna Kournikova and a change in venue of the planned ball at Arlington House.

Cowley stabbing in early hours

An Oxford Brookes was stabbed in the early hours of yesterday morning outside the O2 Academy on Cowley Road. The incident took place...

Brasenose graduate sues Oxford after not receiving a first-class degree

Former history student blames his 2.1 on poor teaching that blocked his career path

A little (qu)bit closer to a quantum computer

Breakthrough at Oxford's Clarendon Laboratory brings the computing dream a little nearer

Prince William to open Magdalen library

The Duke of Cambridge will be visiting Oxford to open Magdalen’s recently completed Longwall Library. The Prince will come on May 11, spending his...

The Webb Brothers: Webb Brothers

The Webb Brothers: Webb Brothers Out now The third album from the Chicago born Webb Brothers, sons of the famous 60s singer/songwriter, brings together...

Ebdon: Oxbridge application process a “potential barrier”

Minister for Fair Access criticizes Oxford and Cambridge's admissions systems.

St Hilda’s says no to Potter motion

St Hilda's says no to Potter motion

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