Funding needed for Nobel success

A former Oxford Classics student has been awarded the 2003 Nobel Prize for Physics for his work outside of the UK, contributing to Oxford-based...

Buskers code

Oxford buskers will be forced to face the music if a council code of conduct restricting their performance is ratified this week. A 13-point...

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From the sound of coughing in the lecture hall to a week of drowsy mornings accompanied with a box of tissues, few of you...

Women’s alliance

by Jonathan Bailey A petition has been started to save Oxford’s last remaining women-only college. Worried by debate on the governing body of St...

50% of students directionless

by Joanna Lee Morrison New research has revealed that over 50% of first year university students have no clear plans for future employment. The...

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by Timothy RileyUnion members were thrilled last Thursday at the chance to see one of Hollywood’s “living legends,” when Clint Eastwood appeared in front...

Dictionary gets ‘sexed-up’

by Mark Bedford In a new Oxford mini- dictionary released this week one of the most controversial expressions of 2003 has made its first...

A disorientating dialogue

Candice Breitz: Re-animations Candice Breitz’s installation, ‘Double Karen’ consists of two televisions facing each other in a stairway, one in front of you, the...

Dark Star Safari – Paul Theroux

In a recently published essay, Theroux states that he eschews cameras and travel snaps. A bold claim, but his descriptive prose in Dark Star...

In the footsteps of the Revolution

NATALIE TOMS visits the lefty student haven of cigars, Che and communist charm The silence is getting quite embarrassing. I don’t realise at first...

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