Cher(ch)world: Religion in Oxford

Looking at a recent Cherwell investigation, we discuss the status of religion in Oxford
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Mental Health at Oxford – with Filmmaker Alexander Darby

Cherwell sits down with Alexander Darby to discuss his latest film 'In Our Own World'–which focuses on student mental health at Oxford.
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Rhodes Must Fall protest outside Oriel

Oriel College's Vice Provost personally received a petition demanding that the college tear down its statue of Cecil Rhodes

Oxford University in oil donor controversy

University retains donation despite company subsidiary receiving criminal fine

A view from the Cheap Seat- Third Week MT 15

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A View From the Cheap Seat

Failed Actor, Super Bitch critic Mark Barclay takes us through second week's theatrical offerings

Cherworld: Do Conservatives need conserving?

In the first episode of Cherworld's triumphant return, Luke Barratt and Tom Carter discuss whether Tories are unfairly vilified at Oxford

Shark Tales S5E5 – The Finale

Crowds of Oxonians brave Park End to say farewell to Bex Watson in her final episode of Shark Tales

CherwellTV: Slam Poetry for Oxford Dignity Drive

CherwellTV talks to the organisers of a slam poetry event aimed at ending the prejudice around menstruation

CherwellTV: What does it mean to be happy?

Oxford Students for Happiness present a talk on what it means to be happy.

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