5 Minute Tute: The right to die

Uehiro Chair in Practical Ethics Professor Julian Savulescu argues for a change in the law.

Organ Honesty

Donating organs - where does the trust lie?

Clamping down on legal protest

The student who was arrested for throwing water to a tree protestor speaks about the issues raised by his actions.

OUSU election: meet the candidates

Cherwell grills the four OUSU presidential candidates on their stance on crucial student issues

Bush’s last stand

Why we should see past Obamamania and take the last-minute actions of the Bush administration seriously

A Round of Applause for the Bullingdon Club

How Oxford's most presitigious drinking society does some good. Maybe.

Uniting the Nations

The head of the UN Association Sam Daws explains it's role.

Five Minute Tute: President Obama

Politics lecturer Scot Peterson tells us what to expect from the 44th US President.

Why we need Gender Equality Week

The Co-Secretary for OxWiP (Oxford Women in Politics) argues for awareness.

Chambers: The Running Man

We speak to controversial sprinter Dwain Chambers about his colourful career

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Cleopatra (Sophie Okonedo) kneels behind a dying Antony (Ralph Fiennes) flanked by two servants.

Review: Antony and Cleopatra – a star-studded Shakespeare

Lawrence Li is impressed by the National Theatre’s opulent imagining of a Shakespearean classic

Bhajis, bacteria, and bicycles: inside crew date kitchens

Cherwell obtained copies of the most recent hygiene food hygiene reports from At Thai, Jamal’s, and The Temple Lounge through Oxford City Council, all of which highlighted issues regarding hygiene, cleaning, and confidence in the restaurants’ management.

The Race is on

James Martin wonders whether Liverpool can hold on to win their first Premier League title?

Blues committee members vote on merger of women’s and men’s committees

The presidents' proposal is expected to meet opposition with captains of a number of teams signing a letter in opposition against the merger.

Crossing continents

How to build your academic career halfway around the world