Authors Posts by Samuele Volpe

Samuele Volpe


Interview: Andrew Strauss

Samuele Volpe talks to the former England cricket captain about retirement, the stresses of touring, and Kevin Pietersen's book

Is F1 about to hit the barriers?

Samuele Volpe wonders if Formula One has wandered blithely into an existential crisis

"Transphobic" zine article leads to Magdalen resignation

After the St John's Gender Equality Festival committee apologised for the inclusion of a controversial article in zine, the writer has resigned as Magdalen JCR LGBTQ rep

From the pub to the peaks

Samuele Volpe took a trip to the hills and watering-holes of the Lake District

Interview: Simon Amstell

Simon Amstell talks fame, philosophy, and comedy with Samuele Volpe

2013-2014: The year of watery victories

With the academic year drawing to a close, Samuele Volpe reviews some of the sporting highlights

Investigation: Bursaries and Hardship Grants

C+ investigates the assistance available to students who find themselves with money-worries in Oxford, and finds out which college’s do best for their students

So what are the rules then?

In light of the C+ investigation into fines around Oxford, we had a close look at some of the rules which govern the daily lives of students

Fines: Where does the money go?

As part of this week's C+ investigation, we wonder where some colleges put the money they recoup from students.

Investigation: Fines and punishment in Oxford

This week's C+ investigation tackles the emotive issue of fines, should students be forced to pay for indiscipline?


Nuffield students defend Noah Carl after “racist pseudoscience” petition

Three Nuffield PhD students have signed a letter defending the former Nuffield fellow Noah Carl, after he was denounced in a petition signed by...

New taxi hailing app launches in Oxford

The startup's CEO wants to make taxis "more accessible and affordable"

What’s next for Theresa May?

Major constitutional changes must not be carried out without adequate support

If Merkel Says Auf wiedersehen, what’s Next for Germany?

The German people must decide what they want, and whether the CDU will be able to provide it, whoever leads them.
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Branding Matters

What does it take to make a strong brand? Apparently not the same as it did five years ago. Georgia Watkins analyses the shift in branding strategies and the rise and fall of the logo.