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Win tickets to see Jean-Pierre Jeunet’s MICMACS

A unique opportunity for Cherwell readers

Editorial: Consider, engage and argue, don’t just shout louder.

We need to raise the level of debate beyond the playground and who can drown out the opposition.

Oxford’s Innovations

Cherwell takes a look at what our academics and researchers do when they aren't complaining about us.

Cherwell’s New Year’s Resolutions

Our dos and don'ts for 2010

Cherwell’s end-of-the-year quiz

Test your knowledge and put a picture of your choice in next term's Cherwell

That’s more like it

Those asking questions about OUSU's role should take a look at what they have achieved this week. Candidates, take note.

OCA’s commitment to reform is in doubt

The actions of OCA's members speak louder than the token gestures of its leadership

Risa, we hardly knew thee

Nothing impassions a student quite like the closure of a mediocre nightclub

Time to think again

When there is near universal opposition of opinion to your actions, it is time to reconsider what you are doing.

Racism Doesn’t Merit Reward

The Tories have made a dire mistake in affiliating with the Conservative Association. We need to see that OCA has changed.


‘No Offence’ and ‘Antinuous: Boy Made God’ at the Ashmolean

A review of the museum's latest exhibitions which are dedicated to telling LGBTQ+ stories

Fandom: democracy or tyranny?

Hollywood's decisions have become increasingly determined by internet fandoms

70% of students only drink to fit in, says NUS survey

Almost half of the survey’s participants claimed that prior to starting university they had a perception that students spent most of their time getting drunk.

Oxford ranked as Britain’s least socially inclusive university

Just one in ten students at Oxford view themselves as working class while over 60% of students went to a private or grammar school.

Voluntourism: how a booming industry has real world consequences

Combining volunteering with tourism often harms rather than helps disadvantaged communities