How Girton College changed education for women
Girton College opened its doors to women 150 years ago today. Olivia Campbell looks back at the battle waged by middle-class women to attend university, study the same courses as men, and finally be awarded a degree
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Later talk by the novelist had to be cancelled as the university could not guarantee her safety
Top A-level grades drop to lowest proportion in more than decade
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Ohio State University is trying to trademark the word 'The'
University officially goes by the name 'The Ohio State University'
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Wands and broomsticks are not provided
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Scotland announces free university fees for EU students after Brexit
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