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Akshay Bilolikar

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Akshay Bilolikar is the Editor of Cherwell for MT17. He can be found on Twitter @aks__hay.

Corpus votes to rename room named after alleged sex offender

The JCR president will now lobby college authorities to implement the motion

Brexit’s humble beginnings in the Queen’s Lane Coffee House

“Brains of Brexit” Daniel Hannan tells Akshay Bilolikar how radical Tory students took over the UK

Christ Church student who stabbed boyfriend avoids jail

Breaking: Lavinia Woodward, 24, will have her future at the University decided after being spared jail time

Louise Richardson attacks “tawdry politicians” over tuition fees

Vice-chancellor accuses media and politicians of damaging the UK higher education sector

Jesus medic dies trekking in Nepal

"Best of people" Charlotte Fullerton to receive memorial service at Jesus

Malala Yousafzai accepted to study at Oxford

BREAKING: Nobel Prize winning activist achieves AAA offer to study PPE at LMH

Made-up honours sold using Oxford reputation

Awards sold for up to £9,300 by Ukrainian businessmen, an investigation by The Times reveals

Oxford West on election knife-edge

YouGov poll places Liberal Democrats favourites to take seat

Keble JCR votes to reject boat-burning after Summer VIIIs competition

Undergraduates narrowly rejected a proposal to burn the 40-year-old boat if Keble Boat Club were to triumph in Summer VIIIs

Keble JCR: no boat burning after Summer VIIIs

Undergraduates narrowly reject proposal to burn 40 year old boat if Boat Club triumphs in Summer VIIIs

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