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The show is vulgar, insular, and heavy-handed
Our reimagination of classic works reflects our new priorities
The wooden display cases in the Oxford University Museum of Natural History are set to be replaced by glass cabinets
Bridget McNulty discusses Hugh Ortega's debut collection and Chilean identity
In Oxford we argue over the future of the Rhodes statue, but in Italy they have found a new solution
Oxford historian Christopher Tyerman delivers a polemic speech against rhetorical comparisons between the war on terror and the crusades
Siddiqui sought £1m in 'loss of earnings' after he received a 2.i instead of a first
Colleagues and students have shared their grief at the death of incoming Oriel Provost Mark Whittow.
The college has applied for planning permission for a plaque commemorating the slaves whose labour funded its library.
Despite Winston Churchill's major role in one of the greatest famines in the history of mankind he is still unduly lauded by the British people