MP tells Uni to help relieve homelessness

Dodds told Cherwell that "it would be helpful if the University could undertake an audit of its properties to examine if any that are not being used could contribute to relieving homelessness"

Writer launches campaign for new Oxford memorial to Percy Shelley

The Lloyds Bank building on the corner of Cornmarket and High Street has been suggested as an option for a new memorial.

Failings revealed in case of Oxford student whose rape trial was...

A February 2018 letter to the trial judge, obtained via a Freedom of Information request, revealed multiple failings in the investigation into Oliver Mears

Oxford denies alleged new eSport offerings

Oxford University does not plan to introduce eSport courses, despite recent reports of an alleged collaboration between the University and Tencent to offer the classes

Christ Church votes to fly St George’s flag during World Cup

The motion passed despite concerns flying the flag might be “a little bit EDL-y”

College JCRs discuss funding Irish students to vote in referendum

The minutes of the Christ Church meeting, seen by Cherwell, showed that some students were concerned the motion was "irrelevant", as there were only two JCR members eligible to receive funding.

Students hold emergency vigil to honour Palestinians killed in protests

Over 100 students and residents observed the vigil, which fell on the 70th anniversary of the Palestinian exodus of 1948

Oxford councillor resigns Labour whip after ‘anti-semitic’ comments

It comes less than a week after Cherwell revealed he had compared Israel to Nazi Germany, praised Muammar Gaddafi, and alluded to same sex marriages as a “perversion” on his Facebook page.

Oxford MP calls on government to recognise Palestine

Layla Moran, who is the first British MP to be of Palestinian descent, told Parliament: "In between Hamas and a very extreme Israeli prime minister, we have the blood of children."

LMH hosts Brookes ball days after bop ban

The college hosted an Oxford Brookes society's ball, despite banning bops days before

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