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Dhatri Navanayagam


Interview: Josh Lospinoso

What's it like to be a PhD student by day and a military intelligence officer by night? Cherwell finds out

The Weekly Short Cut

Jolyon O'Connell explains why The Week is a must-have for any cocktail party

Join the debate: Is Christmas still fun?

Dhatri Navanayagam asks Oxford students what Christmas means to them today.

Join The Debate: Labour Glasgow victory

What does Labour's by-election victory in Glasgow mean for the wider party ahead of next year's elections?

Join The Debate: Should sex education be compulsory for children in...

Would the government be right to force children to learn about sex from a younger age?

Ken Livingstone: Boris, the Beeb and Me

Ken Livingstone speaks of his anger at the mayor, the media and a certain Mr Blair

Join The Debate: Can student activism really change the world?

Just how effective are student protests?

The white suit confronts the MPs

Martin Bell explains why our corrupt Parliament is in desperate need of reform

The BNP will forever claim it is a victim

Question Time could have improved the way in which it interrogated Nick Griffin. However, the BNP is always going to play the role of the victim

Join the debate: Is university worth £10,000?

What do Oxford students think about having to pay up for their studies?


Football blues take Brookes varsity win

It has been a tough season for the newly promoted Women’s Blues football team. Now playing in the top league in their region, they...

The plight of the struggling high street

Physical shops need to adapt to the times

Should Murray have been disinvited?

Yes: Hannah HealeyThe central argument against no-platforming in universities is a clear one: we should allow debate around controversial topics because it inspires resilience,...

Talaash preview – a fusion of dance, poetry, and identity

A discussion of the cultural significance and community spirit of Talaash

Union seeks legal advice over financial transparency rules

Requests for a detailed breakdown of the Society’s audited accounts for the 2016-17 financial year have been unsuccessful