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Fighting art with art in Bolzano

In Oxford we argue over the future of the Rhodes statue, but in Italy they have found a new solution

Union memberships are a waste of time and money

Emma Leech argues that although it may sound appealing, your Union card will become a cruel reminder of wasted finances and opportunities

My town and my gown: fruit-picking in the south of France

Emma Leech considers how her Oxford experiences prepared her for a month on a French farm

Laali Vadlamani wins Union Presidency for Hilary 2018

Particularly low turnout election sees Vadlamani win with 496 first preference votes

SnapShot: Crewdate

Emma Leech revels in journalistic gaiety as Cherwell meets The Other Place

Stormzy donates £9,000 to New College finalist

The grime artist donated to Experimental Psychology student Fiona Asiedu's crowdfunding campaign to study at Harvard

Oxford University announces new diverse portraits

Over twenty new portraits for the University feature women, LGBTQ+, disabled, and BME people, and those from varied socio-economic backgrounds

Battling uncertainty with uncertainty is reckless: Indy Ref Two must wait

The case for Scottish independence is just as poor as at the time of the last referendum, argues Emma Leech

Several College heads missed off Brexit open letter

Notable absentees from original list of signatories have expressed their desire to have been included

Representing sex in young adult fiction

Cherwell Books focuses on the importance of consent and honesty

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Access denied: Oxford’s white privilege is revealed

White British applicants twice as likely to gain admission as their black British peers

Keble and Pembroke win Summer VIIIs headships

Both crews rowed over on Saturday afternoon to seal their respective headships

Jacques-Louis David’s artistic revolution

David reinvents old stories in ways we don't expect

Café circuit: The Society Cafe

The Society Cafe is a haven in busy Oxford

Mental health support is a question of priorities

The press may scrutinise college endowments, but all of them have the resources to improve their provisions, says Fin Kavanagh