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University regulator criticises Oxford academics’ boycott over Cecil Rhodes statue
Sculptor says move would help to address ‘collective amnesia’ over memorials
Victory for anti-imperialism campaigners as Oriel says it wants monument taken down
A Zambian civil-rights activist and the first African-American Rhodes scholar would be worthy inheritors
London mayor announces diversity review as removal work starts on first statue in capital
Oxford officials deny move is linked to students’ anti-imperialist campaign
Complaints about new union head’s ‘anti-semitic’ remarks
Is some literature simply too disturbing to teach? The new university culture wars pit students against their professors
To put one’s name on a building makes a future demand on history
Elite institutions insist they are working hard to improve access to non-white students
Oriel cuts short consultation after donors threaten to pull bequests
Racial inequality exists in our universities but removing statues will not help, writes James Blitz
Oxford’s dilemma is indicative of how the system can create wealth but often in ways that offend
Terrorism expert Louise Richardson is university’s first female head
Removal would suggest that Oriel College thinks it can pretend it is not linked to its benefactor
Britain’s universities suffer new wave of censoriousness led by students and fuelled by social media
Dinner with Jung Chang, a pantomime with Dame Edna and finishing a novel about Josiah Wedgwood