Protesters dismantle pro-life society stall at Fresher’s Fair

‘We did not expect physical force and intimidation tactics from fellow Oxford students,’ says pro-life society

Oriel puts up plaque calling Rhodes a ‘committed colonialist’

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Organisation that hosted a speaker linked with ‘conversion therapy’ at Worcester College hits back

Christian Concern says it is ‘hoping to facilitate a dialogue’ in response to accusations of homophobia

Worcester College hosted an event with a speaker linked to ‘conversion therapy’

The college has admitted this was a ‘serious failure on their part’ and has apologised ‘unreservedly’

Over 150 Oxford lecturers ‘refusing to teach’ over Rhodes statue

Campaigners called the decision not to remove the statue ‘institutional racism’

Rhodes statue won’t fall says Oriel after commission recommends it should

The college will not go ahead with removal of the statue

Students aren’t to blame for spikes in Covid-19 cases, says Oxford professor

Renowned geographer Professor Danny Dorling suggests students not linked to outbreaks

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Second Kill the Bill protest takes place in Oxford

This was one of many across the country

Protest on Parks Road after cycle lane closure

The cycleway is closed until December 2021

Jesus College announces new bursary for disadvantaged Welsh students

Students will be able to apply for the Michael Sheen bursary next term

Students ‘strongly encouraged’ to take COVID-19 tests twice a week in Trinity term

Tests are voluntary, but students are being encouraged to take the tests to keep the university safe.

University eases return guidelines amidst student backlash

“How can it be that from 12 April students can visit nail salons, gyms and pubs, and can travel for domestic stays, but cannot resume their studies?”

Antigua and Barbuda demands millions in reparations from All Souls over slave trade links

The Caribbean nation is asking for millions of pounds

Selina Todd signs ‘disgusting’ letter demanding women’s prize excludes trans writers

Although the history professor has now removed her signature, this is not the first time she’s come under fire for ‘transphobia’

Oxford student told ‘rape allegations would ruin the Oxbridge boat race’ by academic

She was also allegedly told sponsorship deals could be lost and that she had ruined the bank holiday weekend