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# Oxford

All time
# Putney to Mortlake
Boats, breathlessness and and eh, goats: 7 reasons we secretly love The Boat Race
It’s terrific, Trenton.
# harlem shake
Oxford librarian 'sacked' for Harlem Shake video
A group of students are appealing to college officials who they say fired a librarian because she allowed about 30 students to film their version of the global YouTube sensation in the library.
# Winged
Injuries force Ulster winger Simon Danielli to hang up his boots
The Scotland international, who spent five years at Ravenhill, has been forced to retire as a back injury takes its toll.
# surely no need
Right and proper: Oxford rower apologises for unconsciousness
Alex Woods has said sorry after his blackout ‘spoiled’ Cambridge’s Boat Race celebrations.
# Making waves
VIDEO: Protester disrupts Boat Race
Trenton Oldfield put his neck on the line for what he believes and halted the historical event for a good 20 minutes.
# Done Deal
Keith Andrews signs for Ipswich; aims parting shot at Blackburn fans
The Ireland international midfielder will remain on loan at the club until January.
# Discovery
New Michelangelo work found in...Oxford?
An art scholar has claimed to have identified an unknown Michelangelo painting at the University of Oxford.
Voices
Engaging with the EU: Why Ireland should have sympathy with Turkey
European Studies expert Kerem Oktem examines the common ground between Turkey and Ireland – and why Lucinda Creighton, who was supposed to launch his latest book, is “misguided” in her outlook on his country.
# Dictionary
Vuvuzela makes it into the Dictionary
As do tweetup and turdurken.