Wadham cox injured at Eights

Accusations fly over collisions during Summer Eights.

Oxford to consider applicants’ postcodes

Students applying to Oxford will now have their postcode taken into account as admissions tutors consider which applicants to interview.

Asset consultants unhelpful, new Oxford report suggests

New research from Oxford University’s Said Business School has challenged the use of asset consultants by institutional investors

Through the Grapevine

by Cathy Thomas and Beth WilliamsHave you ever heard someone compare a wine’s aroma to "cat’s pee on a gooseberry bush" or a pile...

Spot the difference

Guy Pewsey sees through Hollywood's tricks and disguises

University committee backs Living Wage for staff

The University’s Planning, Resources and Allocation Committee has recommended that the University Council adopt a paper that would pay the Living Wage to central staff

Debate row kicks off OUSU race

A bitter row has flared up amongst the OUSU presidential candidates just hours after they each confirmed that they would be running.

VIDEO: Cycle crackdown at KA junction

68 cyclists - mostly students - were fined for jumping red lights at the notorious crossroads.

Brasenose dropout sells Big Issue

The student has been assisted by the Gap Project.

Finals ‘gender gap’ leaves dons in the dark

Men still outperforming women on average


The Witching Hour

A séance themed photo shoot

Overlord combines fun, gore, and flaws galore

An entertaining yet terrifying film that will keep you on the edge of your seat

Sufjan Stevens: Saying is believing

Everything about Stevens’ work is an attempt to love right, and to believe right

How to beat the fifth week blues

Brownies, smoothies and good-old chicken nuggets: this is your guide

Journey’s End preview – a play about brotherhood

Bessie Yuill finds an emphasis on WW1's individual soldiers and their relationships in this Remembrance Day production