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Worcester College building shortlisted for Stirling Prize

The £9 million Sultan Nazrin Shah Centre is in the running for the most prestigious architecture award in the UK

Government threatens Oxbridge with sanctions over access

The two universities were among only three institutions to have conditions placed on their registration with the Office for Students

Hassan’s named among best ‘drunk food’ student takeaways in UK

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Oxford student activists condemn London Pride

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Oxford students protest outside Chequers

It comes after the group's invitations to meet with cabinet ministers were ignored.

Email blunder reveals names of 1st year medics on pass/fail borderline

A timetable for those sitting viva voce examinations included their full names instead of candidate numbers

Oxford honours academic who fled Nazis and succeeded Tolkien

"Eric modeled the unlimited potential of the imagination in everything he did."

Campaigners to protest Trump’s Oxford visit

Protestors have accused the US president of spreading "fascism" and "politics of hate"

UCU to vote on second set of strikes

The ballot follows the UCEA's final offer of a 2-2.8% pay rise for university staff.

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