NSS respondents fall after NUS-organised boycott

The results of the National Student Survey, published today, have shown a drop in the percentage of students responding following an extended campaign by the National Union of Students (NUS) and a boycott of the survey by students at leading universities including Oxford and Cambridge. The survey was one of the factors the Department for […]

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Exeter hall boycott receives cross-college support

Common rooms across the University have pledged their support for the Exeter hall boycott this week. At the time of writing, eight JCRs and St Cross SRC (Student Representative Committee) had passed motions in solidarity with Exeter. The motions come after a request for support was issued on the Exeter Hallternatives Facebook page. A suggested […]

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Worcester rallies against “unfair” rent rises

Worcester students have expressed outrage at dramatic increases in rents and charges proposed by the College. Students claim that the proposed rent increase of 8.6 per cent is significantly above inflation. Another rent rise of a similar scale was justified last year using figures which the students now claim are misleading. The JCR has already […]

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