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Accepting the Tory government’s plans without the people having their say will put our country at risk

Harriet Harman: “The concept of safe spaces has been abused”

The veteran Labour MP denies that there is a 'free speech crisis' within UK universities

Editorial: we’re on the move

After 25 years, Cherwell are moving offices from 7 St Aldates

Geographers must celebrate the diversity of their field

The recent display of portraits of the school’s decorated alumnae show that the subject is inescapably political.

No, Labour did not lose the local elections

The party should not be too disappointed about the result, but can’t be complacent

The disparity in college endowments is unjust

The differing levels of support create an environment of inequality

One man’s trash is another man’s treasure

Oxford’s trashing clampdown is nothing short of garbage

Colleges share more similarities than differences

“We all go to the same lectures and many colleges share tutors"

Why the media is fixated with student life

Freelance and Guardian writer Dawn Foster says that the right wing media have an odd fixation with student life

Feminism must fight for the rights of all women

The struggle for trans womens’ rights must be part of feminists’ aim of universal equality

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Learning that you have to resit your medicine exams is difficult, and it is only made worse by an unfair system