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Football fans in city centre disorder

Several arrests made prior to Oxford-Swindon derby

Researchers honoured for Ebola crisis work

An international team of researchers has received medals at an Oxford ceremony in recognition of their work to tackle the Ebola epidemic in West Africa

Controversy as NUS affiliates with anti-Israeli BDS movement

Oxford NUS delegate attacked for alleged ‘duplicity’ after voting for BDS at National Executive Committee

Uni Parks in murder search

Police search University Parks and LMH in hunt for triple murder suspect

University pledges partial fossil fuel divestment

Council meeting pledges not to invest directly in coal and tar sands, but not to divest entirely from fossil fuels

OUSU Women’s campaign stands up for safe spaces

Campaign statement hits back at ‘racial segregation allegations’ from press over BME-only event at Goldsmiths university

Oxford Dignity Drive launched

Student-run campaign provides sanitary products for homeless women

One injured and three arrested during EDL march in Oxford

Unite Against Fascism tried to counter English Defence League's protest against the handling of 'Muslim Grooming Gangs'

Oxford Bursar says cost of a degree is “just not worth it"

David Palfreyman argues that some university degrees are not worth their tuition fees, although Oxford students have 'nowt to moan'

OUSU to hold university-wide referendum on sub-fusc

Council agrees to hold referendum in Trinity despite an overwhelming rejection of the proposal in 2006

Pembroke JCR condemns “discrimatory” fines system

JCR plans to work with college in seeking alternative methods of punishment for misbehaviour

Oxford professor to reassess side effects of statins

An extensive review into the side effects of statins is to be led by Oxford professor Sir Rory Collins

Interview: Alexandra Heminsley

Alexandra Heminsley talks about getting fit one day at a time

Gender gap in graduate employment

According to Oxford University's Careers Service, women are less likely to have a job 6 months after graduating