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The university rejected the idea of more legislation to encourage a greater intake of ethnic minority students
This nation has never gone through an honest assessment of its past. But whitewash does not last – and truths will out
Time was when to be young and not drink was unusual, to say the least. Not any more. Oscar Quine goes non-alcoholic with Generation Abstemious and finds out why they've turned their backs on booze
Students are calling for the removal of the statue at Oriel College on the grounds that he was a racist and imperialist
Life As We Know It No.90: Alas, then, that a journalist on one of the music papers should have felt a faint twitch on the thread of memory when he saw the promotional photographs
Fitness trackers have gone from being the preserve of health fanatics to a mainstream must-have. Even Obama sports one, reports Simon Usborne
Student also defends receiving the Rhodes Scholarship, despite campaigning to have 'racist' Cecil Rhodes statue removed from Oxford college
Oriel already has temporary notice by statue 'clarifying its historical context and the college’s position on Rhodes'
Classicist praises campaign to rid institution of racism but says 'history can’t be unwritten or hidden away'
'In equilibrium, what are the implications for global tax rates if people move to avoid higher taxes? If the answer’s zero, how does France get away with taxing the rich?'
The Rhodes scholarship was founded over a century ago by Cecil Rhodes to allow foreign postgraduates to study at Oxford
Law student says if she were living in the past, the colleges are 'definitely not where you would find people of my gender, race and nationality'
Researchers also discovered that two specimens from the same plant are often recorded differently
80 students from Oxford University sit the All Soul's exam - generally only one is selected to receive a fellowship
The Blavatnik School of Government moves to a new home at the University this autumn