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Art history documentary maker Andrew Graham-Dixon talks contemporary art and BBC spending to Altair Brandon-Salmon

Which film best represents your college?

Oxford colleges are known for their quirks, and inspired by these traits, here’s part two of the Cherwell guide to movies that reflect our...

Isle of Dogs – a minefield of toxic stereotypes

While Wes Anderson's trademark charms are present, they fail to conceal a problematic portrayal of both Japanese culture and female characters

Review: The Grand Tour

After three false starts, Top Gear is back – just under its new name, The Grand Tour. As every episode starts in the studio...

John Cleese to speak at Oxford Union

British actor John Cleese, known for his on-screen comedy and cavalier internet presence, is to speak at the Union on 20 April.

‘Jackie’: simply a mishandled film

Surya Bowyer is unstirred by Natalie Portman’s performance as America’s sweetheart

Exhausted tropes and the odd jump scare: ‘Split’ review

Louise Howland is unimpressed by 'Split', Shyamalan’s attempt at psychological horror

Review: ‘La La Land’

Jonnie Barrow is amazed by Chazelle’s modern musical, which reinvents a forgotten genre

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Intersectional feminism triumphs in ‘Hidden Figures’

Izzy Smith examines the racial issues at play in the Oscar-nominated film, 'Hidden Figures'

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Government announces student loan interest rate rises

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Oxford to confront colonial past in £20,000 project

The move will include returning treasures seized during the time of the British Empire, and the study of more black and Asian thinkers on degree courses