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The Unseen University – 2. The Codrington Library

Oliver Moody presents the second in our architectural series, gaining a rare peek into All Soul's Gothic revival Codrington library

Review: Dr Faustus

Oliver Moody watches Marlowe's perennial classic lavishly resurrected in Blackwells.

First Night Review: Back to Back (New Writing Festival)

Cherwell takes a peep at Carla Neuss' tender but sometimes impersonal meditation on love

Thought for Week 6: Days of Rage

Tunisia and Egypt are in revolt. Why do we care?

Best track of 2010: Born Free – M.I.A

'If ever a song was recorded as an excuse for a music video, it was ‘Born Free’.'

Online Preview: The Shape of Things

Somebody’s life is always worse than yours - an 8th week Schadenfreude pick-me-up at the Burton Taylor

First Night Review: The Last Days of Judas Iscariot

Peaches and dynamite: Oliver Moody on the best chapel play he has seen in a long while

Online Preview: The Enemies

Oliver Moody is confused, consternated and slightly concussed by the latest new writing at the Burton Taylor

F**king the government with a small g

Oliver Moody is happy to meet Michael Crick, political editor of Newsnight and BBC's hitman hack

Homage to Catatonia

Why are Oxford students so rubbish at protesting? Oliver Moody goes on two very different demonstrations to find out

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Georgian independence petition discovered at Bodleian

The petition is the first documented occasion of the Georgian population protesting for further rights as a nation

Exposed expenses hide a darker truth

College heads’ personal expenses are shocking, but the real problem is transparency

Access denied? Reflections on a revealing week in Oxford

Students share their personal perspectives on Oxford's access report

The insidious power of borrowing

Cultural synthesis has historically been a tool of colonial oppressors

Oxford pubs serve the most expensive pints outside of London

The average cost of a pint in Oxford is £4.57, according to a new study