Let’s deprive the tax-dodging super rich of their power

It’s not enough to say tax avoidance is immoral. It’s time to do something about it, writes Daniel Iley-Williamson

Based on a true story: the neglected history of fake news

We say alternative facts are a modern problem. But distorted truths and inaccuracy have a long history, writes Rosa Thomas

Tabloids must stop using children as a bastion for bigotry

In light of the response to the Church of England's report on the protection of transgender children, Naomi Packer considers how the media uses children to further their views

Let’s admit it, we all need Oxfeud

Oxfeud is the perfect outlet for petty outbursts of anger

The enduring legacy of Cherwell’s founding father

Ethan Croft considers the way in which Robin Esser redefined student journalism

We were better off without Oxfeud

Oxfeud was just an excuse for us to waste time being nasty, writes Alexander Curtis

The All Souls scholarship shows progress, but is a token gesture

In the face of All Souls' continued defence of regressive customs, we should not commend the college for its complacency, writes Priya Vempali

Queer spaces should solely be for those who identify as LGBTQ+

Straight people are an overwhelmingly problematic presence in queer spaces

The road to affordable housing in Oxford is not a simple...

Colleges own swathes of Oxford’s green belt, pitting local residents against the growing need to build more homes. Libby Cherry investigates the growing divide.

Trump is using Twitter to dictate the media

Trump's 'keyboard courage' has put him in control of the mainstream media, writes Becky Cook
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