Sainsbury’s will this Spring become the fourth supermarket in Banbury Road, prompting a petition and concern from local residents, councillors and business owners.
Letters from J.R.R. Tolkien to Deddington Library are returned after being loaned out in 2000. 1956 correspondence will now go on display.
Ten new scholarships are announced by the University’s new Blavatnik School of Government, intended to rival the US in teaching future world leaders from all over the globe.
NUS survey reveals high levels of prejudice against disabled students nationally but few incidents are reported. OUSU to conduct survey of Oxford students next term.
Oxford acceptance rates of black students are up from 8.8 to 14 percent. More needs to be done at an earlier level say student representatives.
Review of panel discussion at British Academy in London which saw the Universities Minister defend and debate his policies with the country’s leading academics
Extraordinarily high figures of state school students admitted to Mansfield this year. Kennedy attacks other colleges for being “easily suckered” by “the veneer and the polish that can be produced by a certain kind of education”.
The University Press responds positively to petition by international academics and agrees to reprint the works of A.K. Ramanjuan