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Fred Dimbleby

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

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

Syrian refugee receives offer from Balliol

Sulaiman Wihba described the news of his offer as "unbelievable"

Oxford SU stays neutral on NSS boycott

Last year a University-wide protest last year led to Oxford being one of only four Universities to be left out of the survey results.

Peter Preston Obituary: A journalist who believed in action

Peter Preston, who died last week, knew that no one should escape scrutiny.

Sensitive data stolen from exclusive Oxbridge club

The society has warned its 5000 members about 'suspicious activity'

University trawled sensitive data to drive donations

The records of almost 200,000 Oxford alumni have been inspected since August 2007.

Revealed: how Richardson splashes the cash on flights, hotels, and hospitality

£69k has been spent on VC’s expenses since taking job

No, saving Cellar was not a true victory for people power

Saving Cellar was an important victory, writes Fred Dimbleby, but pointless divisions are stopping students from uniting to fight for more significant causes

Oxford SU “angered and dismayed” by vice-chancellor homophobia comments

Richardson, who earns £350,000 a year, said that it wasn't her job to make students "feel comfortable"

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