OUSU damns rent

OUSU's 'Rent is too damn high' campaign draws support from US presidential candidate

Queen’s urges Andrew Smith MP to support marriage equality

Queen's College passed a motion to send a letter to Andrew Smith MP to encourage him to support equal marriage in Tuesday's vote.

Lembit Opik hits Bridge

The former Lib Dem MP, well known as a party-goer, went to Bridge last night after the New Labour debate at the Oxford Union

Single set seals Hilda’s Cuppers victory

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Boffins reveal chess gender gap

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Balliol bans ‘Blurred lines’

Balliol has passed a motion to prevent Blurred Lines being played in public spaces

Exam Regulations book under threat

A motion has been passed by OUSU to discuss reducing numbers of the Exam Regulations printed

Classics Faculty relaunch Latin outreach

Oxford University programme aims to help 17 local state schools teach Latin

Pullman at vigil for Jericho boatyard

Author and Oxford graduate Philip Pullman was present at a silent vigil to save the Jericho area's boatyard from development.

Jesus medic dies trekking in Nepal

"Best of people" Charlotte Fullerton to receive memorial service at Jesus

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