Authors Posts by Matthew Roller

Matthew Roller

Matthew Roller
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.

“You never felt like you’d actually made it”

Ex-England batsman Chris Tavaré tells Matt Roller about his Ashes success and Blues memories

Injuries overshadow Men’s Blues victory

Heineken Cup winner Dom Waldouck lasted just 18 minutes on debut

Less than one third of Oxford colleges signed up to pay...

Only eleven of Oxford’s 38 colleges are currently accredited living wage employers

Stop pissing in Uni Parks, says OUAFC

College football teams threatened with bans from the premises

You do the maths: why aren’t female mathematicians getting firsts?

Despite the department’s best efforts, the gender discrepancy in results for BA Maths increased this year

Poppies mark the season of patriotic sensationalism

Abusing those who choose not to wear a poppy risks turning a symbol of respect into an excuse for division, writes Matt Roller

Brasenose put twenty goals past Univ

Calum Flintoff's side put a depleted Univ to the sword in JCR Division Three

Varsity start would be “an honour”, says ex-pro Talotti

Matt Roller catches up with former professional flanker Roberto Talotti as he settles into his Oxford MBA

Blues train with Windies captain

Matt Roller reports on Carlos Brathwaite's training sessions with the Blues

Anger over Exeter’s plan to ban smoking in college

Students have expressed anger over Exeter's move to prohibit smoking anywhere on its Turl Street site


Feminist philosophy will revolutionise our worldview

The new course is a step towards diversifying philosophy at oxford

I was overcome with a sense of familiarity, intermingled with strangeness

Beth James reflects on the forgotten female modernist poet, Hope Mirrlees

Oxford scientists receive £1m for heart defect research

Scientists awarded nearly £1m to determine the causes of congenital heart disease

Oxford International Art Fair Review – Open to all

Oxford international arts fair offers a accessible approach to curation for better or worse

13 Review – ‘effectively and enjoyably portrays Bartlett’s broken Britain’

Bertie Harrison-Broninski is impressed by the ambition and scope of this drama of political intrigue and belief