The injustice of this country’s deportation policy

James Elliott on why our current system is failing

The Campaign: OSFA for dairy-free G&D’s ice cream

Josh Hagley talks about the need to make vegan food more accessible and Oxford Students for Animals (OSFA)'s campaign for G&D's to introduce dairy-free ice cream

Why Israeli Apartheid Week matters

The committee of Oxford University Arab Cultural Society responds to Richard Black's article 'Who is calling for Apartheid now?' and outlines the purpose of this year's Oxford Israeli Apartheid Week

An open letter to British freshers

Jacob Williams, founder and editor of No Offence magazine, addresses students' perceived reluctance to confront difficult ideas

Drinking societies – a relic of Oxford?

Following last term’s drinking society controversies, C+ investigates the role drinking societies play in Oxford today

Interview: Frank Turner

Anna Burn discusses pop, politics and poetry with folk musician and libertarian Frank Turner

A View From the Pidge

In the first of Cherwell Comment's rolling blogs, Henry Zeffman and Adam Crozier put their wry spin on the news as it happens

Should the rest of the UK care about Scottish independence?

With polling stations open, Tom Carter argues that the rest of the UK should treat a possible Yes vote with great alarm, not casual indifference

Interview: Stuart Skeates

Alex Stronell discusses the Army’s role in the 21st century with the Commandant of Sandhurst, Major General Stuart Skeates 

Laura Bates: Why we still need Feminism

Harriet Smith-Hughes talks to Laura Bates about the Everyday Sexism Project

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Maxim Mower enjoys a touring production of Dirty Dancing at the New Theatre, which he says will satisfy lovers of the 1987 movie.