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    Exclusive: Tom Hanks, Nancy Pelosi, and Aitch to speak at the Oxford Union this term

    Ahead of the official release of the Oxford Union termcard, Cherwell can exclusively reveal what’s planned in the final term of the Union’s bicentenary anniversary. The line-up of notable speakers includes actor Tom Hanks, American politician Nancy Pelosi, and rapper Aitch.

    Oxford bottoms rankings for care leaver admissions

    The University of Oxford has been ranked as the worst university for care leaver...

    St Catz replaces dining hall and JCR with marquees amidst RAAC review

    St Catherine's College will temporarily replace the dining hall and JCR lounge with marquees due to RAAC concerns. 152 student bedrooms, the Administration block, the Wolfson Library and the kitchen were also constructed with RAAC.

    Older voters increasingly influenced by financially struggling younger relatives, Oxford research finds

    New research from Oxford’s Nuffield Politics Research Centre, in collaboration with the Resolution Foundation,...

    Oxford places second in Good University Guide, beaten by St Andrews

    After placing first in the The Sunday Times and The Times “Good University” ranking...

    Exclusive: Tom Hanks, Nancy Pelosi, and Aitch to speak at the Oxford Union this term

    Ahead of the official release of the Oxford Union termcard, Cherwell can exclusively reveal what’s planned in the final term of the Union’s bicentenary anniversary. The line-up of notable speakers includes actor Tom Hanks, American politician Nancy Pelosi, and rapper Aitch.

    Oxford bottoms rankings for care leaver admissions

    The University of Oxford has been ranked as the worst university for care leaver admissions, a study has found. Out of about 15,685 Oxford...

    St Catz replaces dining hall and JCR with marquees amidst RAAC review

    St Catherine's College will temporarily replace the dining hall and JCR lounge with marquees due to RAAC concerns. 152 student bedrooms, the Administration block, the Wolfson Library and the kitchen were also constructed with RAAC.

    Older voters increasingly influenced by financially struggling younger relatives, Oxford research finds

    New research from Oxford’s Nuffield Politics Research Centre, in collaboration with the Resolution Foundation, highlights that members of the older generations are increasingly motivated...

    Oxford places second in Good University Guide, beaten by St Andrews

    After placing first in the The Sunday Times and The Times “Good University” ranking last year, Oxford has fallen down to second place in...

    Oxford University and CEPI to develop vaccines against “Disease X”

    The Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations (CEPI) has pledged up to $80 million USD to develop rapid-response vaccine platforms in partnership with Oxford University...

    UCU votes to end marking and assessments boycott

    The UCU has ended its marking boycott, with 60% of members voting in favour of the decision. Markers have been instructed to resume “working...

    OUCA President resigns following two disciplinary complaints

    Peter Walker has resigned as president of the Oxford University Conservative Association (OUCA), officially citing “personal reasons following the stress to his mental health...

    Over 400 students still await classified degrees, University confirms

    The University of Oxford has confirmed that approximately 400 students have been provisionally given unclassified degrees in response to a Freedom of Information (FOI)...

    Former SU President-Elect who resigned over insensitive social media posts releases book detailing harassment and “injustice”

    Rashmi Samant was elected as the first female Indian president of the Student Union in February 2021. However, within five days of her appointment,...

    No evidence connecting Facebook usage and psychological harm

    An independent study, conducted by Oxford scientists, found no evidence that Facebook had an adverse impact on well-being. Despite widespread claims about the negative impact...

    Oxford students to receive £500,000 from new engineering scholarship

    Two leading UK defence, aerospace, and technology companies, Cobham and Ultra Electronics, have announced a scholarship programme for engineering undergraduates from underrepresented groups. The...

    Nearly £25k allocated to purging Oxford’s streets of chewing gum

    Oxford City Council has accepted a grant of nearly £25,000 to clean up improperly discarded chewing gum, which they described as a “blight” on...

    No students faced disciplinary action for trashing, reflecting limited enforcement of ban

    No Oxford students faced disciplinary action, including fines, for post-exam celebrations this academic year, a recent Freedom of Information request revealed.  Since the 1970s, students...

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