OUSU Welfare Survey findings released

The findings of a comprehensive OUSU report into the welfare of students at the University of Oxford have revealed a significant variance in the experiences of students, and a significant number of students who felt that being at Oxford had impacted negatively on their personal welfare. The findings indicated that women and non-binary undergraduate students […]

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OUSU Executive changes voted in

OUSU’s Council has voted to change its Executive. The proposals, which the Oxford Students understands were accepted at Wednesday’s meeting, will see elected Part Time Officers replaced by Campaign Chairs and two Common Room Presidents. The Executive meets four times a term and currently consists of six Sabbatical Officers and 21 Part Time Officers elected […]

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OUSU condemns Oriel over Rhodes statue

On the evening of Wednesday, 3 February, the Oxford University Student Union (OUSU) Council—Oxford’s highest decision-making body—voted to hold Oriel College accountable for its failure to follow through on its ‘listening campaign’ to Oxford students regarding the status of the Rhodes statue. The emergency motion, entitled ‘Holding Oriel College Accountable’, was proposed in light of […]

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