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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

Nick D’Aloisio: Oxford’s new media hero

Theo Davies-Lewis investigates the undergraduate tech prodigy who chose Oxford over MIT or Stanford

0th Week News Summary – HT17

https://youtu.be/MV19gSp1Y0YCherwell Broadcasting is back to deliver the latest news from in and around Oxford in 2017. 0th week has been surprisingly eventful compared to...

Profile: Nicky Morgan

The Conservative former education secretary and minister for women on Brexit, grammar schools and unfulfilled promises

Hundreds rally for post-election unity at Broad Street demonstration

Yesterday afternoon, hundreds gathered outside the Clarendon Building for a 'Love Rally', in response to recent political events

US election events planned across Oxford

Colleges join other University institutions to broadcast the American election results live

Pembroke JCR passes anti-Brexit motion

Pembroke College's JCR have passed a motion that stated its “disapproval” of the current government and its support for an “open and tolerant Britain”.The...

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Western coverage of India's overturning of Section 377 was at best uninformed and at worst insulting

The Art of Small Talk

At the beginning of October a hormonal mass of teens, infused with adrenalin and trepidation, will descend on Oxford for a week of clumsy...