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Tory ‘safe space’ makes some uncomfortable

Tory ‘safe space’ makes some uncomfortable

12th May 2015

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People didn’t seem to take too kindly to a proposed ‘safe space’ for Conservatives in Christ Church. A poster creating a “safe space” for Tories in a room… Read More ›

Oxford’s top 10 coolest students

Oxford’s top 10 coolest students

30th April 2015

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Oxford. The home of intelligence. And some cool cunts that have fun while they run this town. Here are Oxford’s cream of the crop, the Beyonces… Read More ›

VERSA’s party-political broadcast

VERSA’s party-political broadcast

29th April 2015

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In this election special, TVERSA brings you a short film that cuts through the jargon and gets to the heart of the matters in your… Read More ›

Sol-d! OUCA welcome new signing Campbell to their squad

Sol-d! OUCA welcome new signing Campbell to their squad

26th April 2015

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Former footballer signed on because he is Sol Campbell Wasting no time in this term’s transfer window, OUCA have announced Sol Campbell as one of… Read More ›

Spiro binned as Union RO

Spiro binned as Union RO

8th February 2015

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  Hackwatch has long thought of Zach Spiro as a rather objectionable character. Now, it appears, Union high-ups are of the same opinion, having just binned… Read More ›

OULC successfully make OUCA look progressive

OULC successfully make OUCA look progressive

11th December 2014

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One of Oxford’s supposedly progressive groups, the Oxford University Labour Club, had just a single woman amongst the 12 people at its annual freshers’ dinner.… Read More ›

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.