Authors Posts by April Peake

April Peake


Criticism for University over delayed report on Port Meadow

Oxford University has been criticised for taking over a year to carry out an assessment into the Port Meadow development

Pembroke tutor returns to work following death of student

A tutor has successfully appealed against his suspension from work following the death of a student last year

Four people arrested as rival demonstrations clash in Oxford

Arrests made as National Front demonstration clashes with counter-protesters

Debate: Is Oxford’s collegiate system needless and outdated?

Tom Carter and April Peake consider the purpose of the collegiate system within the University

Lads magazines have not disappeared, they’ve just moved

April Peake tells us that the closing of lads magazines is not a victory for women when considered next to the rise of internet pornography

Interview: Jerry Springer

April Peake talks culture, controversy and corruption with Jerry Springer

£3 million HEFCE grant to fund postgraduate scholarships

The University of Oxford has been awarded a grant of £3 million by the Higher Education Funding Council for England, which will help fund 100 Oxford Graduate Scholarships

Democracy to remain intact at Teddy Hall

JCR presidential candidate who proposed declaring himself ‘Lord Marshal' and deleting the constitution is defeated

Former St Hugh’s student completes row across Pacific

Sarah Outen rowed 3,750 nautical miles in 150 days as a part of her London2London: Via the World expedition

The Cherwell Profile – Philip Pullman

Cherwell meets the His Dark Materials author and Exeter College alumnus


The Witching Hour

A séance themed photo shoot

Overlord combines fun, gore, and flaws galore

An entertaining yet terrifying film that will keep you on the edge of your seat

Sufjan Stevens: Saying is believing

Everything about Stevens’ work is an attempt to love right, and to believe right

How to beat the fifth week blues

Brownies, smoothies and good-old chicken nuggets: this is your guide

Journey’s End preview – a play about brotherhood

Bessie Yuill finds an emphasis on WW1's individual soldiers and their relationships in this Remembrance Day production