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Oxford Snatch Dramatic Victory

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Championship Crews Far from Blue

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Jock Strip

Jock Strip always endeavours to be light-hearted but last week took a step too far. The very notion that Oxford’s glamorous and brilliant women’s...

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The party’s not over yet

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OUSU may ignore vote

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OUSU officer resigns

Ros Dampier, who was due to take over as OUSU’s VP (Women) at the end of this term, has resigned due to ill health....

Beware the Jabberwock, my son!

Oriel postgraduate student Marcus Walker has been nominated for the Professorship of Poetry of Oxford, an honoured post established in 1708 and previously held...

Recognition of gays in Union

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