5 top things to do in Oxford over Christmas

Cherwell Broadcasting walks you through the most fun festivities in Oxford, perfect for the Christmas period
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News summary – 1st week

The first instalment in our new series in which we summarise the most important news in Oxford each week. It has never been so...
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Active Oxford

Cherwell speaks to campaigners from student activist groups from all over Oxford to see what items are on the social justice agenda. Edited and Directed...
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Cherworld: Episode 2 – NUS Yes or Mess?

Cat Bean, Ellen Peirson-Hagger and Joe Inwood discuss the decision made by Oxford students to remain affiliated with the National Union of Students.
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The Tabs beat Oxford to win Varsity Ice Hockey 2016

Cherwell takes to the ice to watch Oxford's crushing defeat in their last match of the season.
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Oxford Colleges OxPops

Francesca Nicholls gets the low down on students' views on the Oxford collegiate system and college stereotypes.
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OxFoods: Market Madness at Gloucester Green

A Nordic man hunts for the best flavours in Oxford.
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Diego Marani Interview

Rachel Evans interviews novelist and EU policy officer Diego Marani on the release of his new book, The Interpreter.

Cherworld: Keyboard war, what is it good for?

Are students wasting their time changing profile pictures when they should be changing the world?

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