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Friday, November 24th

Great Novels: Disgrace by J.M. Coetzee

Disgrace is a novel rich in symbolism and undertones which address its postcolonial message. The novel focuses on the political conflict rife in post-Apartheid...

Exhibition review: Little Black Dress, at the Brighton and Hove Museum...

That iconic garment, the Little Black Dress, or 'LBD', was born in the 1920s when Coco Chanel took dreary, black, mourning dress and created...

OUSU doesn’t need a fresh start: it needs to regain students’...

  Last term wasn’t the best for OUSU: disaffiliations, an (arguably) botched referendum campaign and a general feeling of dissatisfaction in many quarters of the...

Side Lines – Cricket

Cricket is often derided as a boring sport – Cherwell thinks that those who think so simply don’t get it, but will lay off...

Another term of Cornmarket chaos

The work on Cornmarket which began in 2001 is set to continue long into the New Year. There will, however, be respite for beleaguered...

The Freshers’ Guide to Oxford Sport

President explains the role of the Sports Federation For the last five years the Sports Federation has been the guiding force developing and improving...

Resignations Plague OUSU

Two Student Union (OUSU) executive officers have resigned and the position of at least a third is doubt this week as disagreements continue over...

Cinerama

David Gedge’s career is founded on his love of John Peel. Gedge is one of those people who obsessively records the festive fifty every...

It’s Love at First Science

Despite knowing that this production was being revived after rave reviews and a sell-out run, I was slightly puzzled as to how physics could...

A Losing Battel?

Last week OUSU released a startling report exposing the massive financial inequalities that exist between colleges in Oxford, and the subsequent disparities in services...
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