Oxford's oldest student newspaper

Sunday, June 26, 2022

Jeremiah O'Mahony

Council approves New College ‘Ivory Tower’

Baroness Kennedy of Mansfield told the planning committee that New College paid "very little attention to our genuine concerns"

Univ JCR votes against motion to limit ‘reckless’ spending

A member of the JCR executive explained: “The point [of the motion] is making people aware that they have responsibility when they get specific allocations from the JCR."

Pedestrian hit by bus on High Street

The woman was rushed to John Radcliffe Hospital in a serious condition

Hundreds turn out for Oxford Pride

The march ended at a concert with drag numbers and a choir

Ice cream van escapes ban after University complaint

The owners were summoned to Town Hall after several infractions of the City Council’s conditions on trading consent

Oxford beaten by Cambridge again in latest Guardian rankings

Oxford, Cambridge, and St Andrews occupy the top three spots for the third year in a row

‘Pay Oxford living wage’, campaign tells Uni

The petition reflects Oxford City Council’s recent commitment to pay its employees an ‘Oxford Living Wage’, which stands at 95% of the London living wage.

Campaign launched for ‘Oxford Living Wage’

The petition reflects Oxford City Council’s recent commitment to pay its employees an ‘Oxford Living Wage’, which stands at 95% of the London living wage

MP tells Uni to help relieve homelessness

Dodds told Cherwell that "it would be helpful if the University could undertake an audit of its properties to examine if any that are not being used could contribute to relieving homelessness"

Oxford vice chancellor slams Brexit research funding proposals

Richardson said the "pay-as-you-go" proposals risk an enormous loss to research

St Edmund Hall elects new Principal

Professor Katherine Willis will succeed Professor Keith Gull on 1st October

Queen’s JCR slams Brendan O’Neill invite

In their email, the Equalities and Welfare committees said: “Brendan O’Neill is recognised for his controversial opinions, many of which have sparked accusations of transphobia, homophobia and misogyny."

Oxford students run for Council seats

Popular issues with the young politicians include homelessness, career politics, and local governance

TuskTasks app links Oxford students to odd jobs

TuskTasks co-founders hope the service will bring the Oxford community closer together