Keep Off The Grass

Keep Off The Grass

How to: Lecture Note-taking

Scribbler or studyblr? Here are our strategies for effective note-taking.

First Auditions: Getting Involved in Performing Arts at Oxford

What to expect during your first foray into Oxford drama

Things to do in September

With friends disappearing across the country, here are some things to keep you busy before Freshers' Week hits.

Hall food: A short introduction

Not all of us are master chefs when we get to uni – but fear not!

Lessons learned: Long-distance relationships

Long-distance may seem daunting, but it can often improve a relationship.

The Cherwell Freshers’ Packing List

After experiencing three terms of packing and re-packing, you will soon become adept in knowing exactly what you take to university. The first Michaelmas...

On Reading Lists

Reading lists are springboards, not prescriptions

Meet the Parents: College Families Explained

Bizarre but brilliant- who are these 'college parents' and why are they writing letters to you?

Matriculation: Everything you need to know

From sub fusc to punting - matriculation should be a day to remember

Welcome Freshers!

Congratulations - you made it!

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