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Jack Hunter edited Cherwell in MT17. Follow him: @_jackhunter or email jack.hunter@wadham.ox.ac.uk

Oxford Chancellor criticises “ham-fisted” Higher Education bill

Lord Patten joins House of Lords revolt over bill which opponents claim risks the “marketisation” of university sector

Thatcher fought to protect her women-only college from admitting men

Former prime minister battled European directive forcing women-only Oxbridge colleges to employ male fellows, National Archive files reveal

Jewish Society refutes claim Oxford University ‘no-go zone’ for Jewish students

Former Oxford proctor's criticism of Oxford University rejected by the University and Jewish Society

OUSU campaign takes consent classes to France

It Happens Here (IHH), Oxford University Student Union's (OUSU) sexual harrasment campaign group, has recently taken their consent classes to France. Several members of the...

Oxford protesters gather in “Solidarity with Aleppo”

Around 40 demonstrators condemned the actions of the Syrian regime in Aleppo and demanded a ceasefire

Mansfield tops first ‘Veggie Norrington Table’

Mansfield College beats Worcester and Kellogg to win award for the best vegetarian food in Oxford

Rhodes Must Fall return to protest outside Oriel

Campaigners demand that Oriel "name their price” a year after they launched their sixth-month listening exercise

The Lion, the Witch and the Controversy over C.S. Lewis nature...

Campaigners protest planned apartments near nature reserve

Students protest with red ribbons at matriculation

RMF and Free Education Oxford join in protest against “neoliberalisation and coloniality”

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The annual January conference will also see speeches from business leaders and union presidents
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Frantz: a wrenching tale of remembrance

The French-German film Frantz, however, has gone unnoticed by many English-speaking viewers, despite being one of the most powerful films released to explore the after-effects of World War I.
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Cherwell Fashion indulges its love affair with art
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Nuffield students defend Noah Carl after “racist pseudoscience” petition

Three Nuffield PhD students have signed a letter defending the former Nuffield fellow Noah Carl, after he was denounced in a petition signed by...