Mental health first aid: the basics

Marco Narajos discusses first response training for mental health issues

What not to do at a music festival

An inconclusive guide for you to print out and tape to your rucksack

What animal is your degree?

Nicola Dwornik defends humanities degrees against the charge of apparent laziness

Recipe: as American as apple pie

Julianna Lewis reflects on two Christmases on either side of the Atlantic

Blind Date: “I would like to be the female Louis Theroux”

Shoma Dhar and Barney Pite navigate the tricky territory of San Pellegrino flavours

Oxford’s Best: Sandwich

This week Becca Webb sinks her teeth into the search for Oxford's most mouthwatering sandwiches

Diary of an… OUSU President

Cherwell peers into the weekly lives of Oxford's most famous characters

Life Divided: Royal Wedding

Whose argument will reign supreme?

From the pub to the peaks

Samuele Volpe took a trip to the hills and watering-holes of the Lake District

Review: Tea Rooms

Ching Lee visits St Hugh’s to test the Chinese food at the new Tea Rooms

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Union Standing Committee vote to continue with Bannon event

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Oxford Union officers revolt against Steve Bannon invite

Union secretary Nick Brown has called an emergency meeting of Standing Committee – the society’s governing body – to vote on cancelling the event on Friday