Rachel Savage argues that the government's recent defeats on welfare reform show how much more a democratic Lords could achieve
A contributor explains what it is like to be a Muslim in Oxford.
Daniel Kodsi argues that there is more to reporting the truth than pointing out every time Donald Trump says something false
Last week I got into a conversation with a homeless man I’d seen many times before, but never really spoken to. Scott Hadlow, a...
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Why you mustn't miss the upcoming World Cup
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Cherwell's music blogger, Remi, reports on the manchester beat making duo silence all the 'post-dubstep' haters at their latest London gig
So, it only took five weeks for the two papers to come out with the same front page story. The Friars/governing-body/license talk may have made the story impenetrable for many beyond the first two paragraphs. Aldate reckons that Cherwell's timeline and standfirsts represent a better effort to open the article up to the casual reader. But then maybe I'm biased... Nonetheless, both here and generally speaking, there's a lot more that both papers should be doing to make stories more enjoyable: infoboxes, definitions, graphs, diagrams, infographics, whatever. The fact is that the traditional combination of picture, copy, headline, standfirst and pullquote is immensely unimaginative and unhelpful in telling the news. Another good piece by Mr Holehouse on Stu p3 - goes to show that reading dry reports can go a long way. Gratuitous use of a pretty girl in Cherwell's rent protest coverage. Anything to do with one e
Remi guides you through a few perfect tracks to accompany an afternoon of punting