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Monday, November 20th

The American Tongue: Resurrected

New year, new blogger, same American Tongue

Happy Obama-versary!

Beltway is back and ready for year two of the Obama presidency.

Innocence and Experience

In 4th week's Stage Write, the director of the upcoming Brideshead discusses Charles' innocence, wonders how on earth one goes about making a trailer, and recounts her quest for quail's eggs

Euro 2012 Preview: Group A

Aleks Klosok reflects on a group where all four teams will feel that they have a realistic chance of progressing through to the Quarter-finals stage

Travel blog: A weekend in Manchester

In the first of our fortnightly travel blogs, Sarika Sharma strikes out in search of The Smiths

Senator Judd Gregg

Why Judd Gregg is in the wrong and has lost all credibility.

Local elections should stay local

Cherwell's Comment Editor argues that by bringing national issues into the campaign rhetoric, party leaders detract from the true importance of local elections

Science Minister visits Oxford

Government Science Minister Lord Drayson visited Oxford this week, meeting academics and students for a pilot ‘town hall’-style consultation.

Dave’s Dilemma

The devil is in the detail. Or lack of it.

Why business degrees matter

Heavy investment in business education is essential in ensuring the UK's future competitiveness, says Sam Rakestrow.
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