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If you had the power to save someone’s life, would you let them die? The pharmaceutical industry is the most powerful and profitable business...

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Students and former tutors from Oxford University are to blame for encouraging essay plagiarism by contributing high-quality material to cheating websites. The revelation comes...

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The opening of an Ann Summers outlet in the centre of Oxford causing excitement among some the more adventurous Oxford students. The sex-based shop...

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Modern history undergraduates have been left stunned after learning that over a fifth of their tutorials are to be axed. No students were consulted...

Value For Money

The JCR President of Pembroke has criticised The Times for its publication of its article, ‘Oxford’s value for money league table points way forward’....

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Oxford researchers Dr Miriam Moffat and Professor William Cookson have taken a dramatic step towards enhancing our understanding of asthma. The pair, and their...

Fire Fears Again

Only a week after faulty electrics at Mansfield College caused a fire that left undergraduates without access to their computer room, the fire brigade...

OUSU Criticised

Keble MCR has published a report encouraging JCRs and MCRs to revise their financial relationship with the Oxford University Student Union while remaining affiliated...

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