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Joe Iles


RON wins St John’s JCR President election

Nominations are reopened after presidential candidates fail to gain enough votes

Tutors stop students going on ski trip

University regulations prevent students leaving for Varsity Trip without permission.

Dean’s punishments cause outrage at Brasenose

Students view disciplinary actions following 'Matriculash' as disproportionate

Construction of new China centre begins

The new Oxford University China Centre building, the first to bring together all the department's academics, is being built on the grounds of St Hugh's college

Confidential NHS documents left on bus

Confidential NHS documents relating to John Radcliffe Hospital patients have been left on the Oxford Tube service

OUP hit out at photocopiers

Oxford University Press joins lawsuit against Delhi University’s photocopying service

Dossier discloses drunken behaviour of Oxbridge students

Information obtained by The Daily Telegraph reveals hundreds of incidents of drunken bad behaviour at Oxford and Cambridge

Oxford research predicts most expensive Olympics ever

Research from the Saïd Business School suggests that this summer's Games will be the most expensive in history

Proctors assaulted after exams

Two Proctors suffer bruises and black eye after student assault during trashing outside Exam Schools on Tuesday

Students protest in support of Campsfield hunger strikers

Inmates reportedly go on hunger strike as they demand release and asylum


Ed David named OURFC Blues captain for 2019

David will be captain for the forthcoming 2019 Varsity campaign
Collage showing cycling shorts, bum bags, yellow jumpers, and teddy coat

The Year in Fashion: 2018’s Best and Worst Trends

The Cherwell Fashion Editors give their take on 2018's key trends.
Mayweather mid-fight

Is Boxing in Danger of Losing its Prestige?

Oliver Donaldson reflects on Mayweather’s humiliation of Nasukawa

2018’s Cultural Highlights

Amber Sidney-Woollett recaps a year in culture

May’s Brexit deal has been overwhelmingly rejected: all the government can hope for now...

Parliament must come together to agree on a new deal