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Monthly Archives: September, 2008

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Guardian Student Media Awards

Don't look now Isis-types

Be in a BBC TV programme this Wednesday

In Oxford on Wednesday? Come along to the Union and be part of a new BBC TV series...

Liveblogging the first Presidential Debate

McCain and Obama go head-to-head in Mississippi

The credit crisis, politics, and you

A world in economic turmoil, America in a state of political uncertainty - what does it mean for us?

Rolling the dice – McCain heads back to Washington

Trailing in the polls, McCain seeks to claim authority on the economy.

World Sight Day combats vision problems

World Sight Day 2008 will promote awareness of vision loss and impairment worldwide.

Presidential ads since 1952

A great site contains over 300 presidential ads dating back to 1952.

Fire erupts at St John’s building site

Firefighters rushed to St John's College yesterday after a blaze suddenly erupted at the building site where a new multi-million pound quadrangle is being constructed.

Review: ‘The Family’

We take a look at Channel 4's unusual new documentary.

Uni boffins unlock body-consciousness in brains

Oxford University researchers have discovered how our brain's sense of body ownership can be manipulated by illusion.

Lehman collapse stifles Varsity sponsorship

The annual Oxford-Cambridge rugby Varsity match has lost its sponsor - Lehman Brothers.

Council blocks Bod’s book depository

A planning inspector has stopped plans to build a new book depository following an appeal.

Predicting an October Surprise (Part Two)

7 events that could completely reshape the 2008 US Presidential election

Predicting an October surprise (Part One)

7 events that could completely reshape the 2008 US Presidential election

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