Authors Posts by Declan Clowry

Declan Clowry


Science tickles Pinker

Declan Clowry on Steven Pinker and popular science

Review: Dinner

Cherwell whets its appetite at this student interpretation of Moira Buffini's Dinner at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe

Daytripper Episode 1: The Wychwood Brewery

Adam Taylor takes us away from the hustle and bustle of town and gown to one of Oxfordshire's iconic idylls: the Wychwood Brewery in Witney, home of popular beers Hobgoblin and Oxford Gold.

The Unseen University – 1. The Radcliffe Observatory

Barnaby Fry presents the first in our series exposing some of Oxford's lesser known architecture and interiors at Green Templeton College's Radcliffe Observatory

Murder in the Cloisters! A lighter take on access.

As part of its access scheme, the University hosts a murder mystery residential for Key Stage 4 pupils from non-academic backgrounds. Cherwell takes a closer look.

Raoul’s Recipes Episode 5: The Bloody Mary

Jack takes us through how to make a Bloody Mary

Curtains Up: The Oxford Revue Talks To Strangers

Cherwell previews the new comedy production

Come Dine With Oxford Episode 2

Five Oxford students compete to outdo each other with their culinary elan and hospitality

Raoul’s Recipes 4: The Mai Tai

Jack guides us through making the famous exotic cocktail

Come Dine With Oxford Episode 1 – Part 2

The dramatic conclusion to the first episode of Cherwell's new lifestyle show


It’s one small step for Damien Chazelle: ‘First Man’ review

The director of 'Whiplash' and 'La La Land' bring his best to this much-anticipated Neil Armstrong biopic

Oxford grad sets up eating disorder peer support group

The initiative, Supporting Male Athletes with Eating Disorders (SMAED), aims to break down the barriers of `toxic masculinity` by providing a network of support for athletes with eating disorders.

The infamous melodramatics of Kanye West: Ye or nay?

Kanye has had a career riddled with dramatic events – what has this done to his legacy?

22 July: Netflix dramatises Norway’s darkest day

With 22 July, Paul Greengrass has answered the question of how to convert tragedy into film. In handling the harrowing 2011 Norway attacks that...

Uni bids to trademark ‘Oxford’ on 126 products

If successful, the University have the sole right to use the city's name on any product