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Theo Davies-Lewis

Theo Davies-Lewis
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Theo is a first-year undergraduate at St. Hugh's College. He was Broadcast Editor in HT17, and is now News Editor in TT17. He has had experience working with News UK, ITV, and the BBC. Feel free to contact Theo via email: cherwellnews@gmail.com

Independent learning more beneficial than contact hours, report finds

The HEA 2016 Engagement Survey was based on the responses of 23,198 students at 29 institutions

Oxford Merchandise continues to expand in India

The Oxford brand is licenced for merchandising across 80 nations

Oxford pollution levels break health rules

Cancer-causing nitrogen dioxide levels break EU and WHO guidelines.

Warren Gatland selects controversial Lions squad for upcoming summer tour

Eyebrows have been raised at the presence of 12 Welshmen in the squad

Doctor Who’s ‘Sonic Screwdriver’ included in Oxford Dictionary

The addition of the Doctor’s trademark gadget coincides with the premiere of the tenth season of the show

BBC Question Time to be held in Oxford Union

The BBC's flagship topical debate programme will be in Oxford on April 27

Open House group evicted from third building

The group have been occupying a unused Italian restaurant in Summertown

Five Guys burger restaurant could be set to open in Oxford

The chain plans to move into Magdalen Street

Oxford startup receives £4m to develop ‘biological superglue’

Google's venture capital arm has invested £4m in SpyBiotech, an Oxford University spinout

12-year-old named as youngest Oxford organist in history

Oxfordshire schoolboy Louis Moss will play hymns for Jesus College chapel services from this Spring

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