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Matthew Roller

Matthew Roller
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Matt, a PPE student at Exeter, was the paper's editor for Trinity Term 2018 alongside Fred Dimbleby. Follow him on Twitter: @mroller98

Life after cricket for Varsity hero Sam Agarwal

Matt Roller speaks to the man with the highest-ever Varsity score about his career

The gradual death of the FA Youth Cup

Matt Roller says the lack of first-team opportunities for academy graduates throws the Youth Cup's purpose into question

Dark Blues hopeful ahead of first Varsity Football double-header

Matthew Roller reports on Oxford's high hopes ahead of Sunday's Varsity Football fixtures

Circa Waves – Different Creatures review

Matt Roller deems the sophomore effort from Circa Waves to be refreshing, but inane

Oxford complete Varsity hockey double

Matthew Roller reports on a memorable day for Oxford Hockey

How can we solve the prison crisis?

Theresa May’s sacking of Michael Gove as Justice Minister was an indefensible blunder, says Matt Roller

The Department for Consistent Failure

Matthew Roller argues that the Department for Transport has consistently failed and, in light of the recent rail strikes, must be investigated

Trudeau: a liberal’s nightmare

Don’t believe the hype about the Canadian Prime Minister, argues Matthew Roller

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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