Author: Joseph Tulloch

16th February 2012

New College rejects anti-Exeter motion

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JCR refuses to send letter of disapproval at Exeter’s decision to host allegedly anti-gay conference

JCR refuses to send letter of disapproval at Exeter's decision to host allegedly anti-gay conference
16th February 2012

Oxford to hold film festival

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Oxford University Film Festival to welcome Julian Fellowes as headliner next week

Oxford University Film Festival to welcome Julian Fellowes as headliner next week
7th October 2011

Oxford club sues Fox

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Oxford Glee Club owner has sued 20th Century Fox for using the name ‘Glee’ for its hit television series.

Oxford Glee Club owner has sued 20th Century Fox for using the name 'Glee' for its hit television series.
7th October 2011

Oxford don proposes bonus cap

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Christ Church don Dr John Thanassoulis has outlined proposals for a cap on the amount of money banks can pay out as bonuses.

Christ Church don Dr John Thanassoulis has outlined proposals for a cap on the amount of money banks can pay out as bonuses.
17th August 2011

The Social Network gets even bigger

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The launch of Facebook’s new Messenger service in the US looks set to challenge the dominance of the BBM, and create a new way for students to procrastinate and yet be sociable at the same time.

The launch of Facebook's new Messenger service in the US looks set to challenge the dominance of the BBM, and create a new way for students to procrastinate and yet be sociable at the same time.
16th August 2011

But Is Your Degree Worth It?

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A new poll has found that with fees increasing to £9,000 in 2012, a third of students believe that degrees will no longer be worth the cost.

A new poll has found that with fees increasing to £9,000 in 2012, a third of students believe that degrees will no longer be worth the cost.
26th July 2011

AAB students concentrated in 12 universities

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Figures released by the Higher Education Funding Council have revealed that over half of students achieving AAB or higher at A level go on to attend just twelve universites.

Figures released by the Higher Education Funding Council have revealed that over half of students achieving AAB or higher at A level go on to attend just twelve universites.
18th June 2011

Chillaxing in the JCR

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JCRs go on spending spree to refurbish common rooms and improve amenities

JCRs go on spending spree to refurbish common rooms and improve amenities
16th June 2011

What’s Next For Watson?

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Harry Potter star reported to be starting at Worcester in Michaelmas

Harry Potter star reported to be starting at Worcester in Michaelmas
9th June 2011

PPE students resistant to change

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First year students unhappy at last minute course changes which will see subject choice narrowed

First year students unhappy at last minute course changes which will see subject choice narrowed