While much of the city was enthusiastic in their celebration of the Diamond Jubilee in a rare show of British emotion, several Oxford students displayed their opposition.
OCA may have to learn to live when living is without U after it emerged that the association has been allowed to register with the University since Hilary but failed to do so.
The Bodleian Library has come under fire over considerations to expand its lending facilities. William Poole, a Fellow Librarian and Galsworthy Fellow in English at New College, has written an open letter attacking the proposals.
The University has set out plans to redevelop the 126 year old Park Hospital in Headington.
Plans by Magdalen College to extend its library in a new building on its lawn have been thrown out by the City Council.
St. Hugh’s College has donated £1,000 profits from its Ball to the Oxford Burma Alliance.
The University has announced the establishment of a new institute at the History Faculty.
A packed Union chamber saw the sixth Thursday debate of term as Oxford turned out en masse to deliberate whether social media has successfully reinvented social activism.
An Oxford trader has been sentenced to 12 months in prison for stocking over 800 items of counterfeit clothing.
Wadham students have started an English tutoring programme for the College’s non-academic staff in an initiative to “bridge the gap” between staff and students.
Oxford researchers have discovered Europe’s earliest musical instrument – a 40,000 year old flute.
Burmese opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi will be awarded an honorary degree for by the University in June.
A breach of confidentiality rules earlier this term led to the investigation of a number of senior Oxford Union committee members, including a potential presidential candidate, it has emerged.
New proposals for student housing in St Clement’s have met opposition from locals, who claim that the plans still do not do enough to protect local business from the loss of parking spaces.
The outgoing BBC Director-General has reportedly claimed to be “disturbed” by the high number of Oxbridge graduates at the organisation.
Six Oxford professors have been elected to fellowships at the Academy of Medical Sciences.