Teddy Hall Earth Sciences dinner crashed

A dinner at St Edmund Hall celebrating Oxford University's new partnership with Shell has been stormed by anti-tar sands protesters

CNB: Summer VIIIs 2013

In the first of Cherwell's video reports, we update you from the banks of the Isis after the end of a second day of heated competition at the 2013 summer rowing bumps

The Cherwell Culture Show – Episode 1

Cherwell Culture presents The Cherwell Culture Show a bi-termly breakdown of the best (and worst) that Oxford has to offer from the world of the arts. This week, Music travel down Cornmarket exploring the world of street performers, Stage go behind the scenes at the O'Reilly with Dull Roots Spring Rain, Film and TV travel to the cinematic savannah that is the Phoenix Picturehouse, and Arts and Books explore a BNOC's bookshelf with OUSU president David J Townsend

CNB Report: Saturday of Summer VIIIs

Pembroke and St John's claim the headship in a heavily contested Summer VIIIs

RAG Bungee Jumping

NOT for those of a nervous disposition

Shark Tales – Series 2 Episode 1

A fresh term and a fresh face: Toby Mather brings you the newest instalment of Shark Tales.

Shark Tales – Series 3 Episode 1

The debut episode for Alexander Fox, fishing for sharks on the streets of Park End

An Interview With… The Cast and Crew of Another Country

A behind the scenes interview with the Cast and Crew of Another Country, where we discuss rehearsals, the Oxford drama scene, and first night nerves!

Shark Tales: S4E3

Freddie Money talks Bullingdon and bouncers outside Oxford's Park End

Animal rights protesters out in force

Frank Macpherson and Patrick Beardmore report from one of the largest protest against Oxford University's laboratories in several years.


Union Standing Committee vote to continue with Bannon event

Officials voted narrowly to not cancel the event, despite pressure from student groups

Oxford Dictionaries announce Word of the Year 2018

Runners-up included 'big dick energy', 'incel', and 'gammon'

Normal People Review – ‘a novel that speaks to the current climate’

Jenny Scoones discusses the portrayal of masculinity and friendship in Sally Rooney's second novel

Labour councillor suspended for anti-semitism to rejoin party

Lloyd-Shogbesan was suspended from the Labour council after he shared "inappropriate and offensive" posts

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