Oxbridge Mixologists

Last Updated on Thursday, 10 March 2011 14:25

Would you like to be a Mixologist? The Society is organising cocktail mixing classes for members wishing to acquire this essential modern day skill!


Porter leaves St John’s after 66 years

Last Updated on Friday, 04 March 2011 18:25 Written by Kirsten Hughes - The Oxford Student

St John’s has bid farewell to its longest-serving member of staff after 66 years on the job: longer than the Queen has been on the throne. Peter Cox joined the College as an under-scout in 1945, aged 15, starting immediately after VE day.


Mr. ASBO's swan song

Last Updated on Monday, 28 February 2011 02:01 Written by Emily Carlton - Varsity News

Terrorist swan, notorious for harrassing rowers, may be relocated by the Cam Conservancy agency.


Halfway hell at University

Last Updated on Sunday, 27 February 2011 21:37 Written by Sammy Talalay - Cherwell

University College’s halfway hall was shut down early last week after student behaviour became disorderly. Second year students, who were celebrating the halfway point of their degrees last Thursday, saw their fun cut short...


Upcoming Events

The Society holds a wide range of events throughout the year with something to suit all tastes. The Oxbridge social calendar culminates in the annual Boat Race Dinner which was held this year on Saturday, May 28th 2011. Put the date in your diary for next year and please check back regularly for full details of the arrangements for our Annual Dinner and other Society events. To register for one of our events, CLICK HERE



Jesus' Sun Shines

Last Updated on Sunday, 27 February 2011 21:34 Written by Nicole Stansfield - Cherwell

Jesus College JCR has voted to spend £800 on a sunbed this week, in a move derided by some members of the college as “wasteful” and “decadent”.


Massage away the Finals fear

Last Updated on Sunday, 27 February 2011 21:50 Written by Joanna Wall - Cherwell

Christ Church JCR has unanimously passed a motion to employ a masseuse during exam time in an attempt to knock Magdalen off the Norrington table top spot.


Smiley returns to Oxford

Last Updated on Thursday, 03 March 2011 19:22

John le Carré, one of the world’s most celebrated authors, has offered his literary archive to Oxford University’s Bodleian Library with the intention that it should become its permanent home.


Police cause outrage as two students arrested inside King’s College

Last Updated on Sunday, 27 February 2011 21:54 Written by James Burton - The Cambridge Student

Officers ignore warning from King's Vice Provost that Police had no right to be on private University property. Police arrested two activists inside King's College earlier tonight, pepper spraying one - despite officially being denied permission to enter.


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