Polls apart over code of conduct

OUSU Council has refused to endorse a University proposed “Code of Conduct,” clarifying restrictions to behaviour during post-exam celebrations. The decision on Friday followed...

Ghots return to Regent’s Park room

A student at Regent’s Park College has experienced some ghostly moments over the last two terms, leading to speculation that her room is haunted....

Oxford fights killer internet virus

A global computer virus has infected university computers, causing significant disruption to the university network. IT departments in various colleges were fighting the...

Stabbed to death in Oxford

A young man was stabbed to death in Oxford last Friday. A 23- year-old local man has since been arrested on suspicion of murder....

Robbers elude Jesus

Thieves made off with two students’ credit cards and a mobile phone from Jesus College, despite being questioned by porters after arousing suspicions that...

A very gay May morning

Oxford’s traditional May Day celebrations went off without serious incident, despite several people ignoring police recommendations and jumping from Magdalen Bridge. 8,500 people...

Sexy environmentalists cry wolf

A recent report by Oxford University academics has blamed environmental charities for ‘sexing up’ the threat of climate change in an attempt to increase...

Bus smash carnage

Several parked cars were damaged in Jericho on Saturday as a bus driver lost control of his vehicle after making a right turn into...

Launch of can ban poster plan

Oxford City Council and police have launched a poster campaign to publicise the ban on drinking in the city centre. The posters will be...

Sub-fusc tour auction

An enterprising Oxford graduate has attempted to sell a special tour of Oxford online. The person set up an online listing on eBay, and...

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