Worcester axes Window XP

Students at Worcester who don’t have the latest computer software will be unable to access the college’s online network. As of April, PC users running Windows XP will no longer be able to connect to the Worcester college network—only students with Windows Vista, Windows 7, or Windows 8 will be able to do so. Any […]

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Exeter building work making a noise at Worcester

Exeter’s construction of controversial new accommodation is causing distress at Worcester. Worcester students have complained that Exeter’s building at the Ruskin Development is noisy and disruptive. JCR President, Alfie Hinchliffe, emailed undergraduates to warn them of “the potential […] disturbances to everyone living in the accommodation on the north (Ruskin Lane, 24, JTM, Worcester Place, […]

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Worcester plans to hold US-style frat party

There has been an outcry surrounding plans for an American-style ‘Frat Party’ to be held by students from Worcester College later in Michaelmas. Frat parties, traditionally organised by American college fraternities, tend to be associated with drunken, rowdy behaviour. According to Urban Dictionary, a  ‘frat party’ is when a gang of college students meet up […]

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Theatrical Oxonians: Emma Watson

OK, so she was here for what, like twenty minutes? But Hermione’s impact on the Oxford University scene was fairly substantial. For one it meant that the ‘VIP’ areas of the various clubs became actually vaguely necessary (and not just that place you end up when you get drunk and take your credit card out […]

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