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Ryan Gould

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Ryan is a news editor for Trinity Term 2018. He is studying for a Masters degree in English literature.

UK ambassador to North Korea encourages pragmatism in China Centre speech

Alastair Morgan said that American investment in North Korea is a “carrot which they are rejecting”

Writer launches campaign for new Oxford memorial to Percy Shelley

The Lloyds Bank building on the corner of Cornmarket and High Street has been suggested as an option for a new memorial.

Number of EU undergraduates increases despite Brexit

The number of BME students at the University has also increased this year

Thames Valley? More like Silicon Valley as mysterious street signs appear...

Signs for "Snapchat End", "Emoji Alley", and "Facebook Row" surfaced in Oxford yesterday

Universities Minister criticises ‘institutional hostility’ to debate

Mr Gyimah’s announcement comes after two JCR committee members of Queen’s College cautioned students about attending an event featuring controversial political commentator Brendan O’Neill.

Working-class students pay more for university, NUS report says

Spiralling accommodation fees are outstripping maintenance loans, leaving poorer students struggling to meet costs, the NUS says

Oxford Chancellor Patten votes against government Brexit bill

Lord Patten was criticised for putting forward "a political argument dressed up as a trade argument" by former Conservative chancellor Lord Lawson

Oxford to confront colonial past in £20,000 project

The move will include returning treasures seized during the time of the British Empire, and the study of more black and Asian thinkers on degree courses

Mansfield Entz forced to apologise for ‘420’ bop theme

The Entz team said they had made a "very significant mistake"

Oxford among worst universities for equal access

Cambridge was ranked worst, while seven other Russell Group universities – including St Andrew’s, Bristol, Durham, and Aberdeen – rounded out the bottom ten.

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The debate to ban slates shouldn’t be overlooked

Union internal politics may seem irrelevant, but this cronyism has repercussions for our future society

JCR presidents ‘disappointed’ by access report

The letter calls on the University and Colleges "to take every possible step to ensure that this situation improves in the short and long-term"

Access denied: Oxford admits more Westminster pupils than black students

First-ever undergraduate admissions report reveals stark realities of Oxford's access problem

University under fire for ‘pathetic’ retweet

Journalism Sathnam Sanghera told Cherwell: "I think the RT...demonstrates a real entrenched resistance to change"