Oxford: the big gay truth

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

Oxford decision letters delayed until after Christmas

Letters will not be sent out to this year's interviewees until 10th January, creating a longer wait for applicants over the festive period

University misleads on Facebook over student accommodation

Students and staff criticise the University of Oxford for posting a photo of a guest room at Madgalen College captioned as a 'sample student room'

Park End undergoes rebranding and refurbishment

Lava & Ignite on Park End Street is to close, refurbish, and re-open as a new nightclub called Atik

Oxford Union attempts to entice Taylor Swift to speak

A celebrity-speaker video mash-up of 'Shake It Off' made by the Oxford Union aims to gain the icon's attention, and has gone viral

Monorail could present monetary problems for OUSU

Trup's policy to build a monorail may have hit a dead-end as it emerges that it could cost $85 million

Student banned from college after flamethrower incident

Student receives one year ban from college for using a flamethrower in Arcade Fire costume

Divided Teddy Hall snubs JCR president

Teddy Hall JCR is divided over its president after students refused to award him a traditional tankard for "good work" during the year.

Student jailed over assault in Plush last year

Abdulrahman Abdelsalam, who had been studying Law at LMH, was sentenced last week to nine months in prison for assaulting another student in Plush in March 2014

Many Oxford students do not register to vote

Fall in the number of students registered to vote at the next general election prompts concerns that student voices won't be heard

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Western coverage of India's overturning of Section 377 was at best uninformed and at worst insulting

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