Class and conflict in the works of Leonora Carrington

Priya Khaira-Hanks explores the surrealist's attempt to come to terms with her class identity

Snapshot: Salvador Dali and the legacy of surrealism

Jasmin Yang-Spooner discusses Salvador Dali's development of the Paranoiac Critical Transformation Method and the legacy of surrealism

Warhol and the importance of social exchange

Mia Neafcy explores the notion of consumerism in American capitalist society

Tate Britain celebrates the playfulness and dynamism of David Hockney

Sabrina Ruia is captivated by a retrospective look at the artist's life

Faces, forgotten and faded

Jonathan Egid visits Christ Church Picture Gallery’s disappointingly small Forgotten Faces exhibition

Home is where the art is: Rod Jordan

Sophie Jordan ventures past her grandfather’s notecards only to come back to them

Old&New: Songs of displeasure

Sydney Gagliano on being open-minded about overlooked art

Home is where the art is: Yu Hong

Queenie Li explores Chinese feminist Yu Hong’s artwork

Facing walls

Art by Mark de Courcy Ling following Cherwell's portrait photography competition

The Winning Shots

Results of the portrait photography competition are in! Was your photo selected? Check out our best submissions here

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Cherwell obtained copies of the most recent hygiene food hygiene reports from At Thai, Jamal’s, and The Temple Lounge through Oxford City Council, all of which highlighted issues regarding hygiene, cleaning, and confidence in the restaurants’ management.

The Race is on

James Martin wonders whether Liverpool can hold on to win their first Premier League title?

Blues committee members vote on merger of women’s and men’s committees

The presidents' proposal is expected to meet opposition with captains of a number of teams signing a letter in opposition against the merger.

Crossing continents

How to build your academic career halfway around the world

Oxford bans donations from Chinese tech giant

Oxford suspended Huawei donations shortly after China was criticised as 'autocratic' by Chancellor Patten