Papua protest at Exam Schools

The University Exam Schools were the site of protest today, as members of the ‘Free Papua Movement’ campaigned against the University’s invitation of the Indonesian Vice President to deliver a lecture in the venue. Doctor Boediono had been invited to speak on the subject of “Transforming Indonesia: the challenges of good governance and Economic Development.” […]

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The Thrifty Thirty

Calling all Freshers. Behold; your definitive guide to saving money in Oxford! Here is the Thrifty Thirty; thirty things to do, see, eat, drink and buy on a student budget. Happy saving!   G&D’s Offers G&D’s, Oxford’s famous Ice Cream Cafes, are open 8am to 12am and cater for anything from hangover headaches to midnight […]

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Drugs, drunkards and debauchery: colleges reveal worst behaviour

For most students the dreaming spires evoke calmness and contemplation – but new documents uncovered by The Oxford Student reveal the University’s wilder side. Dispatching Freedom of Information requests to all 38 undergraduate colleges, The Oxford Student sought to lift the lid on student high-jinks. What followed were tales of drugs, drunkards and debauchery. Newly […]

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University fears over Bullingdon film

The University has expressed a hope that a new film based on a fictional version of the Bullingdon Club will not create a false impression of Oxford students. Posh, which stars The White Queen actor Max Irons, depicts two Oxford University freshers who join the ‘Riot Club’ and participate in debauched activities and excessive alcohol consumption. “We […]

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