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Pink Week in Oxford

Cherwell Broadcasting speak to Professor Stephen Johnston, leading figure in breast cancer medicine

Oxpops: Oxford’s views on Trump

Cherwell Broadcasting asks students and the general public about their views on Trump

Top five things to do post collections

Beat the January blues with the top five things to do in Oxford this week

‘Keep the Damned Women Out’ – CherwellTV & Nancy Malkiel

Cherwell Broadcasting speak to Nancy Malkiel, discussing her book 'Keep the Damned Women Out'

Cherwell TV: Recruitment HT17

Cherwell Broadcasting is recruiting

Santa Fun Run 2016

On 11 December, hundreds of jolly Santas took part in a fun run around Oxford for Helen & Douglas House

5 top things to do in Oxford over Christmas

Cherwell Broadcasting walks you through the most fun festivities in Oxford, perfect for the Christmas period
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Mental Health at Oxford – with Filmmaker Alexander Darby

Cherwell sits down with Alexander Darby to discuss his latest film 'In Our Own World'–which focuses on student mental health at Oxford.

A reflection over last week’s Browne Protests

A look back at last week's protest against the Browne Review and how it became violent, as police reacted to students' enthusiasm.

Come Dine With Cherwell

New series seeks participants!

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The hidden costs of trashing revealed

Trashing is officially banned in the University's regulations, but that doesn't stop them from paying out £25,000 in security and cleaning costs

There is still power in a union – but it erodes with our apathy

In a society increasingly driven towards division, the UCU pensions dispute highlights the challenges facing worker solidarity

Exclusive: Oxford Union release Trinity term card

Speakers include Lindsay Lohan, Jordan Peterson, and Peyton Manning

Government announces student loan interest rate rises

Students in England, Wales, and Northern Ireland will face interest rates on their loans of up to 6.3%

Oxford Chancellor Patten votes against government Brexit bill

Lord Patten was criticised for putting forward "a political argument dressed up as a trade argument" by former Conservative chancellor Lord Lawson