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Matthew Roller

Matthew Roller
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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.

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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University to overhaul online systems

The technology behind OxCORT is a decade old, and is “no longer being actively developed and requires replacement”,  according to a University statement.

Pay ‘Oxford living wage’, campaign tells Uni

The petition reflects Oxford City Council’s recent commitment to pay its employees an ‘Oxford Living Wage’, which stands at 95% of the London living wage.

Magdalen LGBTQ+ and Entz reps sorry for ‘insensitive’ bop theme

The theme was subsequently changed to “80s Icons” after members of the JCR expressed concerns that the theme could have encouraged appropriation of the LGBTQ community.

Students launch magazine ‘for Afro-Caribbean voices’

The magazine provides a creative platform for students of Afro-Caribbean descent