The Oxford Student
|Type||Weekly newspaper during Oxford University term time|
The Oxford Student is a newspaper produced by and for students of the University of Oxford; it is sometimes abbreviated to The OxStu. The paper was established in 1992 by the Oxford University Student Union
The Oxford Student is owned by OUSU and run through the Student Union's commercial subsidiary, Oxford Student Services Ltd (OSSL). The newspaper's constitution grants the paper editorial independence.
Exposition Magazine 
Every term, the Oxford Student's sister magazine, Exposition, is released along with the penultimate issue of the paper. Exposition is primarily written by university post-graduates "covering politics, society and the arts and encompassing a diverse array of disciplines: from Art History to International Relations, Urban Anthropology to Legal Ethics." 
In 2004, the newspaper gained national publicity when two reporters broke University rules to expose security flaws in the University's computer network; the student journalists responsible, Patrick Foster and Roger Waite, were rusticated by the University's Court of Summary Jurisdiction, but on appeal their punishment was reduced to a fine. Foster now works as Media Correspondent for The Times, and Waite worked for the Sunday Times for a few years after graduating.
The current editors are Jonathan Tomlin and James Restall.
Michaelmas term 2012 - Isaac Delestre, Ayesha Jhunjhunwala
Trinity term 2012 - Abbas Panjwani, James Rothwell
Hilary term 2012 - Laura Simmons, Nick Megaw
Michaelmas term 2011 - Josh Davis, Lizzie Porter
Trinity term 2011 - Emily Belton, Stephanie Vizard
Hilary term 2011 - James Benge, Ellen Newberry
Michaelmas term 2010 - Winston Featherly-Bean, Tara Mulholland
Trinity term 2010 - Adam Bouyamourn, Anoosh Chakelian
Hilary term 2010 - Alistair Walker, Louis Barclay
Michaelmas term 2009 - Tom Rowley, Jeremy Kelly
Trinity term 2009 - Emma Mockford, Helena See