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Fred Dimbleby

Fred Dimbleby
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Fred, a second-year Historian at Keble, is the paper's editor for Trinity Term 2018 alongside Matt Roller. He started out as Cherwell's comment editor last Hilary.

Cambridge win 2018 Women’s Boat Race

The Cambridge crew entered the race as favourites and were dominant throughout the race.

Vice chancellor u-turns on UCU strike

It follows a tense meeting of the University's governing body yesterday

Reform but still no change

Despite being a society that claims to uphold the values of free speech, the Union makes a deliberate effort to restrict the freedom of the press.

Trinity Dean fines second years and bans sconcing

A charge will be added to all attendees' battels to meet the cost of breakages and inconveniences caused to staff

Teddy Hall tampered with tenancy agreements

The price agreed had been altered by hand on tenancy contracts

Missing Oxford comma leads to $5m settlement

The lack of the controversial piece of grammar led to a settlement in the labour dispute

Uni awards highest share of top grades in country

No humanities students were awarded thirds in 2017

John Bird: Tackling the big issues

John Bird talks about the possible solutions to homelessness and the role that the Big Issue plays on the streets

Colleges fail to pay the Oxford Living Wage

St. Anne’s and Wycliffe Hall also pay less than the real living wage to some staff

Student dresses as Stephen Hawking at LMH bop

The able-bodied student chose the costume for the 'dress as your degree' theme

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Oxford MP condemns ‘disgraceful’ fake UAE centre

Earlier this month, Cherwell revealed that the 'Mohammed bin Rashid Center [sic] for Future Research' did not actually exist

Modern China from a new perspective

Jacob Cheli talks to BBC Correspondent Michael Bristow about his travels around China with a cross-dressing language teacher

Different flavours in the Caribbean

The variety and intensity of Caribbean cuisine is far flung from minimalist European food

Council approves New College ‘Ivory Tower’

Baroness Kennedy of Mansfield told the planning committee that New College paid "very little attention to our genuine concerns"

Sexism in Jazz

Lola Grieve explores the underrepresentation of women in jazz in discussion with female jazz musicians at Oxford