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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

Oxfess and Oxlove admins take pages offline after abuse

They were both taken down from Facebook on Tuesday afternoon following a set of abusive submissions aimed at the admins

“You have to really fight even to get a game”

Former Somerset spinner and Corpus alumnus Michael Munday says English cricket’s troubled relationship with leg spin is set to continue

Merton defeated in University Challenge final

Leonie Woodland's team were beaten by St John's College, Cambridge

The hidden costs of trashing revealed

Trashing is officially banned in the University's regulations, but that doesn't stop them from paying out £25,000 in security and cleaning costs

Merton beat Newcastle to reach University Challenge final

Next Monday's final will be the fifth in a row to be contested between an Oxford college and a Cambridge college

Salt ‘n’ Sauce Review: Far from a seaside chippy

Westgate Social's chip shop offers a gourmet take on seaside cuisine

Oxford PhD student beaten in MasterChef final

Nawamin Pinpathomrat was beaten to the title by 35-year-old bank manager Kenny Tutt

St Anne’s JCR website hacked by pro-Palestinian liberation group

The JCR President said he was seeking advice to make sure it didn't happen again

Oxford PhD student reaches final four of MasterChef

Nawamin Pinpathomrat impressed judges John Torode and Greg Wallace with his dishes

Revealed: 80s freshers’ introduction to sex

The Little Blue Book gave first-year students information and advice about sexuality, contraception, and STDs

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Union seeks legal advice over financial transparency rules

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