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CherwellTV: Wadstock 2015 – Music and Vibes

Cherwell investigates the music and fashion scene at this year's Wadstock festival

Here’s how to style your career in fashion

Niluka Kavanagh talks to Elle magazine’s Fashion Director, Anne-Marie-Curtis

10 things to get excited about in Trinity

Niluka Kavanagh looks ahead optimistically to a term of sunshine and punting

Where are the women at the top of Haute Couture?

Niluka Kavanagh bemoans the low number of female designers in Haute Couture

The vac to-do list

Niluka Kavanagh supplies us with seven tips for the vac in order to return to normality once more

Oxford Fashion Week: Insider glimpse

Niluka Kavanagh takes us inside this week's Oxford Fashion Week

Oxford International Arts Festival

This February, the Oxford Town Hall hosted the Oxford International Arts Festival, showcasing the work of artists from across the globe

Cherwell TV visits the Liquid Deli

Cherwell TV visited one of Oxford's most unique and unusual shops, Demi John, on Little Clarendon Street.

Oxford Media Society: Dinner with Lizo Mzimba

Niluka Kavanagh chats to Lizo about life in the Entertainment industry and her sacrilegious lack of knowledge about Harry Potter.

Feature: Homelessness in Oxford

As the festive spirit grows and students start going home for Christmas, the need to think about charitable causes is surely more important than ever. In the light of the OUSU Homelessness Awareness Week earlier this term, Cherwell investigates homelessness in Oxford, and asks what students can do to help.

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