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Protest for the Oxford two

Animal rights campaigners protested against the University’s plans for a new animal holding facility last Saturday. Demonstrations throughout the week, led by SPEAK,...

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The New College student who ran out in front of the car of the Chinese Premier in a pro-Tibet protest last week intends to...

Oxford first of Everest

Four expeditions are currently competing to find the body of a former Merton student who may have conquered Everest before Hilary and Tenzing. The...

Interviews are for toffs

New research has suggested that Oxford’s admissions policies is biased towards public school pupils. The findings of a report from the Higher Education...

14 year old regrets abortion

A 14 year old girl provoked widespread controversy last week by having an abortion, without the knowledge of her parents, only to change her...

Faked photos secure Morgan’s downfall

The Iraq war claimed another media scalp after the editor of the Daily Mirror, Piers Morgan, was sacked for publishing fake photos of Iraqi...

Thought of the Week…

If there’s one thing I dislike about this place, it’s the musty world of ‘secret’ societies. Bastions of old boy networking and the occasional...

DRINK: The Beat Cafe

The Beat Cafe Little Clarendon St (01865) 553543 With a name to live up to, The Beat Cafe could end up as one...

EAT: The Lemon Tree

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