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College marquees to be set up for dining and more

Oxford University colleges have been setting up marquees to create extra space to support socially distanced meals and activities in preparation for...

Self-isolation for international students: How has your college responded?

Government guidance means that students travelling from certain countries overseas will have to self-isolate for 14 days upon arrival in the UK....

Stubbly Saints: Hilda’s raises over £8000 for Movember

St. Hilda’s College, taking part in Movember for the first time, has reportedly raised more money than any other individual college in the charity month’s history.

Transcriptions for ‘illegible’ exams cost students over £30,000 since 2014

The average transcription costs over £144 at Oxford, compared to just £25 at St Andrew's.

Why we must pay college staff a decent wage

We have a duty to pressure our colleges to pay all employees the Oxford Living Wage.

Living Wage scheme launches with only Campion Hall on board

Oxford was recently classed the least affordable city in the UK, with average weekly rental prices at £121.15, much higher than the national average of £87.68.

Colleges back proposal to include PPHs in CCS

Four colleges have passed the motions, with ten more due to vote on the issue

Revealed: Colleges’ property investments worth £1.5 billion

Colleges' holdings encompass an area bigger than the Mediterranean island of Malta

Exposed expenses hide a darker truth

College heads’ personal expenses are shocking, but the real problem is transparency

Colleges share more similarities than differences

“We all go to the same lectures and many colleges share tutors"