Debate: Should there be less sugar in our Coco Pops?

Kellogg's new 'healthy' Coco Pops are tearing LMH apart

Tchaikovsky at the World Cup: Hidden Politics

Tchaikovsky in the opening credits of the World Cup - a subtle platform for LGBTQ+ rights in a hostile environment

London Pride: Commercialised

This year London Pride coincided with the day England beat Sweden in the quarter finals of the World Cup. The pubs of Soho filled...

The UK’s education system is unfit for purpose

Myopic obsession with academic attainment harms student welfare and reduces the education system to a game

Britain is too desperate for affection

If Britain wants to be treated with respect, it needs to stop whining about a 'special relationship'

Why I won’t be protesting Trump

A decade of unknown change is worth protesting more than a two day visit

Circus life is no life for animals

In a week where Oxford hosts a circus, should be asking what place do animals still have in these performances?

League tables’ objectivity is simply a façade

Uni rankings are flawed in principle and in practice

A letter to Louise Richardson from the Oxford Climate Justice Campaign

The campaign's 170th letter to the vice chancellor, ahead of their divestment rally tomorrow

Remembering Paul McClean

As a fund is set up to commemorate the death of ex-Cherwell Deputy Editor Paul McClean, Louis Morris remembers his friend's contribution to journalism

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The Spotify syndicate

We should be wary of Spotify's control over the music we listen to

‘Beneath the music from a farther room’

This potential for interaction between artist and audience is a phenomenon of the modern era

Strange creatures: monstrosity in Kafka’s ‘The Metamorphosis’

The world of literature is abundant with monsters: physical monsters, psychological monsters, benevolent monsters, evil monsters. However, there is hardly a monster as puzzling...

Should Philip Green have been named and shamed?

This follows Lord Hain naming Sir Philip Green in Parliament as the businessman accused of harassment