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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

LGBTQ+ Soc slams red free speech ranking

Oxford was named the most “ban-happy” university in the magazine Spiked's league table

Football Blues set to make Varsity history

The double-header will see the men's game take place before the women's for the first time

Cellar praises ‘crucial’ bill to protect music venues

The bill will force developers to consider the futures of small clubs

Bell stars as Oxford beaten at Twickenham

Cambridge, who were clinical in attack, sealed a 20-10 victory

Oxford beaten by dominant Cambridge in Women’s Varsity

The Light Blues dominated proceedings to win 24-0 at Twickenham

“If we dig in and accept the challenge, it is very...

Ahead of Thursday's Varsity Match, former Saracens flanker Andy Saull tells Matt Roller that he is playing the most unselfish rugby of his career

Oxford leave Heineken Cup winner on bench for Varsity

Dominic Waldouck fails to make the Oxford XV after an injury-riddled term

Public schoolboys dominate Union election

21 of the 30 officers running in Friday’s elections attended fee-paying schools, Cherwell analysis has found.

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

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

Hooliganism overshadows Oxford’s win over Brookes

Last night's football match between the Oxford Men's Blues and Oxford Brookes ended in a pitch-side brawl

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