The colourful history of the Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race, one of the world’s oldest sporting fixtures
The big pay packet and nine weeks holiday are good, but tutor will be 'on call' from eight to eleven
Oxford museum cherry-picks its renowned collection for the drawing exhibition of the year
Report 'reflects the ability of such prestigious institutions to attract high calibre individuals'
Oxford man apologises for turning the air blue - but what did the BBC expect?
Aussie stopped the 2012 Boat Race. Now, he says, the Met wants to help him protest at this weekend's race
MP accused of 'racism' after storming out of Oxford debate; he says he is boycotting Israel
Incredulity greets six-month jail sentence for man who disrupted the boat race
German carmaker will increase production at Oxford, Swindon and Hams Hall plants
War in Afghanistan, an old Etonian in Downing Street and a bust economy... the last time Britain had a Diamond Jubilee
Tender moment between Barack Obama and David Cameron leaves Conservatives reaching for the sick bag
Hassle-free perfection in the middle of Oxford
Postwar 'superdon' Isaiah Berlin's correspondence ranges from gossip about Greta Garbo and the Queen to barbed literary insights
The home of American authors from Faulkner to Grisham, the university town of Oxford, Mississippi is a mecca for literature lovers
Sexual harassment case from quarter of a century ago comes back to haunt Nobel poet