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May 1, 2001

Oxford attacked over race bias
Oxford University’s Majlis Asian society has said it is concerned about the university’s attitude to race issues. It is particularly outraged by Oxford's handling of an ongoing race discrimination case involving excluded student Nadeem Ahmed.

Nottingham graduates begin man's epic journey
Two Nottingham Trent University graduates today embarked on a seven-year journey on foot to retrace the route of ancient man. James Tremayne, a marine biologist, and David Thompson, a tourism officer, will travel from the Cape of Good Hope to Cape Horn. Follow their progress on www.footstepsofman.com

Jon Snow appointed Oxford Brookes chancellor
Channel 4 News presenter Jon Snow is to become chancellor of Oxford Brookes University from September, when Baroness Helena Kennedy QC retires.

Police seek witnesses to student assault
Police are appealing for witnesses after three students were attacked in Oxford last week. The students were walking along Divinity Road in the early hours of Thursday April 26 when a silver jeep pulled up. Four Asian men in their mid-20s got out armed with baseball bats and assaulted them.

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