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Mon 20 May 2019
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NUS Disabled Students' Conference 2019

Cramming what could easily have been a week’s worth of speeches, panels, policy debates, reports and elections into a two-day conference definitely had the potential to turn into chaos, but the 2019 NUS Disabled Students’ Conference was anything but.

Fri 17 May 2019

We are launching our blog!

We are preparing a blog for our members and interested people to send us entries about culture, art, social discussions, opinions, and science! Read our latest entry on our webpage.

Thu 07 Mar 2019

Oxford SU Elections 2019

Fri 08 Feb 2019

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Tue 22 Jan 2019

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Wed 16 Jan 2019

BAME

Thu 01 Nov 2018

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Fri 21 Sep 2018

Oxford SU responds to Father Bernard Green

Oxford SU is disturbed and concerned to learn that the University of Oxford were aware of St Benet’s employee Father Bernard Green’s ban from working with individuals under the age of 19, six years before his dismissal in 2012.

Thu 16 Aug 2018

Impact Report 2017/18

Impact report 2017/18

Wed 27 Jun 2018

#ThisisOxford - Luke Richardson

#ThisisOxford is Oxford SU’s mental health anti-stigma campaign, aiming to raise awareness of those in our community who are studying with a wide range of mental health conditions. Today’s spotlight is on Magdalen first year Chemist Luke Richardson, who talks about his experience of having OCD at Oxford.

Tue 01 May 2018

LOP

Thu 26 Apr 2018
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Community Engagement Workshops

Bringing the community of Oxford residents together is a central part of Oxford SU’s new strategy. We need to recognise and collaborate with the important campaigning work done by non-university Oxford residents whenever we can. Here, Shuranjeet Takhar writes about Oxford and Oxford – his project to construct and sustain community-university relations – and its first event, the Community Engagement Workshops

Thu 22 Mar 2018

The Media Society (re) launches!

I am delighted to relaunch the Oxford University Media Society. Please find out more about our work and join us on our journey here: www.oxfordunimediasoc.com

Sat 10 Mar 2018

World Aids Day

Mon 27 Nov 2017

(NUS) Zones Conference 2017

On Monday 22nd October Kate Cole (Oxford SU President) and Farheen Ahmed (Oxford SU VP Welfare and Equal Opportunities) travelled up to Sheffield for the National Union of Students (NUS) Zones Conference 2017.

Tue 14 Nov 2017

Freshers Fair 2017

Tue 19 Sep 2017
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Consent Workshop Report 2017

Every Freshers' Week, your SU enables students in every single college to lead open discussions on a topic many consider taboo - sexual consent. We believe everyone deserves a space to talk honestly and freely about consent. This report aims to let you know how the workshops went, and what people thought of them.

Want to get involved? Message Katy Haigh (VP Women) at vpwomen@ousu.ox.ac.uk

Wed 19 Jul 2017

OUSU Statement: Teaching Excellence Framework Findings

This morning, the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) findings were published, and the University of Oxford has received a Gold award. Your SU continues to oppose the TEF, and to call for the University to opt out.

Thu 22 Jun 2017

New OUSU Campaign: Class Act

We are delighted to announce that last week OUSU Council voted unanimously in favour of establishing Class Act – a new campaign to support working class, low income, state comp educated, and first generation students.

Tue 02 May 2017

Higher Education & Research Bill - What to do now!

We’ve been fighting the Higher Education and Research Bill at every stage. All of this hard work paid off in the House of Lords where a series of amendments were proposed in response to the significant concerns voiced by students. We now need to make sure these amendments are passed in the Commons - here's how you can help!

Wed 19 Apr 2017

OUSU Statement: Orgreave

We would like to share with you the Home Office’s response to the letter written by Jack Hampton, OUSU President, on behalf of the Sabbatical Officer and OUSU Council

Mon 20 Feb 2017

#OUSUelects: The Results

Fri 10 Feb 2017

OUSU response to changes to international students' visas

A statement condemning changes to visa regulations for international students.

Mon 20 Jul 2015

OUSU Election 2014

For the current academic year, OUSU and the University have put in place a new and more secure system for ensuring OUSU has access to up to date and secure data about its student members.

Fri 05 Dec 2014

Make your course work for you!

Stand to be a Student Division Representative for 2014/2015 and have a say in how your course and department are run. Nominations now open.

Tue 03 Jun 2014

Wellbeing Week

Coinciding with Mental Health Awareness Week, OUSU and Mind Your Head are once again running Wellbeing Week in Trinity Term, to promote physical and mental wellbeing in Oxford.

Thu 01 May 2014
OUSU Elections 2013

OUSU Elections 2013

Fri 08 Nov 2013
Futurefirst - Sign up to your Alumni Network

Back to School Week

Mon 07 Oct 2013
Freshers' Week

Freshers Week 2013

Thu 03 Oct 2013

RAG Retrospective: Michaelmas 2012

Thousands of pounds raised for charity with loads of fun in the process!

Wed 02 Jan 2013

Shadow the RAG exec!

NOW is YOUR chance to get involved with the RAG Executive.

Sun 30 Dec 2012
OUSU Sabbatical Officers 2013-14

Meet your officers

Thu 20 Dec 2012

OUSU Stash

Thu 20 Dec 2012
 

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Katt Walton

VP Women

 
Ellie Macdonald

VP Welfare & Equal Opportunity

 
Allison D’ambrosia

VP Graduates

 
Rosanna Greenwood

VP Charites & Community

 
Lucas Bertholdi-Saad

VP Access & Academic Affairs

 
NUS Disabled Students' Conference 2019
Group photo of NUS disabled students' delegates, including Beth Hollins

Cramming what could easily have been a week’s worth of speeches, panels, policy debates, reports and elections into a two-day conference definitely had the potential to turn into chaos, but the 2019 NUS Disabled Students’ Conference was anything but.

 
We are launching our blog!

We are preparing a blog for our members and interested people to send us entries about culture, art, social discussions, opinions, and science! Read our latest entry on our webpage.

 
Joe Inwood

President

 
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