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“I am tired of being openly victimised” says Oxford radical feminist

“I am tired of being openly victimised” says Oxford radical feminist

5th December 2014

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Magdalen student Elsa Field, who came under fire at the start of term for a controversial article in the St John’s Gender Equality Festival zine, has hit back at critics who called her transphobic.

The Union elections are a farce: no one knows what the fuck is going on

The Union elections are a farce: no one knows what the fuck is going on

28th November 2014

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The Union election has got messy for a different reason this term.

How awkward: the Labour Club doesn’t want to be seen in public with OUCA

How awkward: the Labour Club doesn’t want to be seen in public with OUCA

26th November 2014

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The Tories and the Lib Dems were left hanging last Friday after Labour refused to join in their traditional cross-party crewdate.

unfortunate name, unfortunate game

Isis publisher sent 4000 copies of the magazine to Lincolnshire

17th November 2014

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Thousands of copies of the student magazine ended up in the Northern county Versa understands that Isis suffered a pretty severe printing cock up today,… Read More ›

What Louis Trup’s hot beverage choices say about him

What Louis Trup’s hot beverage choices say about him

17th November 2014

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He likes a bit of everything, apparently

Beware Oxford’s latest political animal – the OUSU CEO

Beware Oxford’s latest political animal – the OUSU CEO

17th November 2014

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OUSU’s CEO has waded into the student union hack world – to share her exciting expertise in risk assessment

Peter Tapsell: forgot his Union card... we've all been there, Pete!

Peter Tapsell apprehended by Union security, responds with “Do you know who I am?”

16th November 2014

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The ex-Union Librarian demanded entry, citing his status as “Father of the House of Commons”

not yet persona non grata

Cai Wilshaw not quite chucked out of the Union

16th November 2014

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Despite momentary uncertainty at the DROs’ desk, Wilshaw was in fact allowed to vote in Friday’s referendum