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.

Keble left red-faced after Oriel prank

The Torpids winners have bought Keble's website, and had access to a confidential Google Sheets document last term

2017/18 JCR Premier League preview: Catz favourites to retain the title

Matt Roller previews the 2017/18 JCR Premier Division

Cherwell’s guide to sport at Oxford

With so many opportunities on offer, sporting life at the university is just what you make it, writes Matt Roller

Pizza Hut enters “town versus gown” dispute with Council

The popular chain's application for a flashy new sign was rejected last month

Crichard’s haul sees Oxford slump to four-day defeat

Matt Roller reports on a disappointing four days at Fenner's

Fire crews called to acid leak at Engineering Department

Four staff were treated on site after 46 batteries overheated and leaked sulphuric acid

Double defeat for Oxford in Varsity T20

Matt Roller reports on a disappointing day of cricket at Fenner's

The secret coach who revived Alastair Cook’s career

In a rare interview, Gary Palmer tells Matt Roller about his desire to become involved with the ECB

SnapShot: Techno where you’d least expect it

Matt Roller has an overwhelming night in a quieter corner of Oxford

Summer VIIIs stories you may have missed

Matt Roller reports on ejector crabs, fines, beer boats and Instagram rivalries


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