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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.
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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.
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#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.
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
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