5 Minute Tute: Darfur: The Crisis Continues

Jo Read considers the current situation in Darfur

In defence of defence

General Sir Mike Jackson makes the case for the British Army

The murky world of politics isn’t so bad

The Guardian's Assistant Editor looks at a political career

Debate: Can student activism change the world?

Two students consider the value of non-violent protest

OCA’s commitment to reform is in doubt

The actions of OCA's members speak louder than the token gestures of its leadership

Going Nutts

Professor Nutt may have missed an opportunity to reshape drugs policy, but he's still right.

From the ashes of the capitalist crisis

Cherwell's Comment Editor asks if an ideology of 'Sustainababilism' could emerge from the economic crisis

For Humanities’ Sake

With debate ranging over how and why we fund these precious years, it is important to identify what it is that we really value about higher education.

Want to defeat the BNP? Provide a genuine, credible voice for...

Mainstream political parties must address the concerns of BNP supporters if they want to defeat the extreme right-wing party

Ablatively Absolutely Scandalous

Why the current Latin GCSE is failing to meet the different learning needs of students across the country


University Hospitals promise to cover settled status applications for its EU staff

Head of communications at the trust told Cherwell: "We have taken this step to demonstrate to our EU staff that we value the huge contribution they make".
A large empty cinema with black seats facing a large blank screen

“After three hours in an Omniplex I am, at least, still alive” – livestreaming...

Dorothy McDowell sees potential in livestreaming theatre, but it still fails to reach a mainstream audience

Is University really worth it?

Should the ‘crackdown’ on degrees filter out 'unworthy' courses and universities and ensure that young people are not being mis-sold degrees at £9250 a year when another route would serve them best?

Jee Saheb: A joy

The traditional restaurant sticks to the classics from India, Bangladesh, and Pakistan

Banishing elitist traditions, de-mystifying applications, and peer support

Three students weigh in on how to tackle Oxbridge's access problem