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Matthew Roller

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Matt, a second-year PPEist at Exeter, is the paper's editor for Trinity Term 2018 alongside Fred Dimbleby. He started out as Cherwell's sport editor last summer.

Law Faculty slammed for case list change

The Faculty excluded headings and subheadings from a case list, departing from normal practice

University under fire for ‘pathetic’ retweet

Journalism Sathnam Sanghera told Cherwell: "I think the RT...demonstrates a real entrenched resistance to change"

Harriet Harman: “The concept of safe spaces has been abused”

The veteran Labour MP denies that there is a 'free speech crisis' within UK universities

Claire Taylor: “there needs to be a continuous development of the...

Taylor, the first woman to be named as a Wisden Cricketer of the Year, says the game cannot solely rely on watershed moments for growth

Christ Church votes to fly St George’s flag during World Cup

The motion passed despite concerns flying the flag might be “a little bit EDL-y”

University to re-display removed Theresa May portrait

The portrait of Theresa May was removed from the walls of the University’s School of Geography and the Environment last night following student pressure

Students defy University’s trashing clampdown

The gates leading from Exam Schools to Merton Street were locked following second-year medics' final exam

“It was the kind of stuff that I thought had been...

St Peter's master Mark Damazer was unimpressed by Teddy Hall rugby fans' choice of beer in last week's Cuppers final

Plumbing issues cause cancellation of O2 Academy gig

Rock band Don Bronco told fans: "a lot of you are currently standing in human faeces."

Oxford could face ‘sanctions’ over access inequality, says Education Committee

Just 2.8% of the University’s intake were from students who live in areas classified as the most difficult to engage in higher education

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A year on from the movement’s explosion, Grime4Corbyn activist Adam Elliot-Cooper and Roll Deep member Saskilla tell Isaac Pockney how Labour instigated change

University to overhaul online systems

The technology behind OxCORT is a decade old, and is “no longer being actively developed and requires replacement”,  according to a University statement.

Pay ‘Oxford living wage’, campaign tells Uni

The petition reflects Oxford City Council’s recent commitment to pay its employees an ‘Oxford Living Wage’, which stands at 95% of the London living wage.

Magdalen LGBTQ+ and Entz reps sorry for ‘insensitive’ bop theme

The theme was subsequently changed to “80s Icons” after members of the JCR expressed concerns that the theme could have encouraged appropriation of the LGBTQ community.

Students launch magazine ‘for Afro-Caribbean voices’

The magazine provides a creative platform for students of Afro-Caribbean descent