Job struggle for poorer students

A new report reveals that for the large majority of working class graduates, the chances of getting “interesting and meaningful” work are slim. The...

Meeting to defend Kelly’s faith

The Oxford Baha’i Society held an open meeting this week following the media frenzy surrounding the death of one of its followers, Dr David...

Wadham bops threatened with closure

Police put an abrupt end to Wadham’s freshers’ bop on Friday night following complaints from local residents over the “unbearable” noise. The organisers cut...

Union defies anti-joining campaign

A University wide campaign, launched to discourage freshers from joining the Union has been traced to anti-smoking campaigners. In a renewed attempt to ban...

Girl survives 20 ft glass drop

Clubbing students watched in shock as a tourist plummeted two storeys through a glass roof outside the Bridge nightclub on Monday night. The young...

Merton don heads Booker

A former drug and gambling addict has been awarded the prestigious Man Booker Prize by a committee chaired by Merton’s Professor of English, John...

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University of Cambridge Cambridge’s Christian Union has some useful ideas about exam ‘technique’, as students attempting to access its revision advice website have been...

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Builder chaos

University of York York builders, previously featured in Cross Campus for innuendo and sexual harrassment, have stepped up their campaign against exasperated students. Last...

Jesus bar prices raised

Students at Jesus were shocked to return to heavily inflated bar prices at the beginning of Michaelmas. A JCR mandate to reduce the price...

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