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Daniel Kodsi

Hi, I am Chairman of OSPL, Cherwell's publishing house. I was editor during Michaelmas 2016. I read Philosophy, Politics and Economics (PPE) at Balliol College and can be reached at [email protected]

The collegiate system is in need of change

The vice chancellor's proposals to increase Oxford centralisation are both innocuous and sensible, writes Daniel Kodsi

The Norrington Table serves no meaningful purpose

Daniel Kodsi argues that the Norrington Table's is too superficial to provide any valuable insight into collegiate disparity in finals

‘Baby Driver’ dazzles and thrills

Daniel Kodsi reviews 'Baby Driver', an action story that packs a musical punch, with a love story at its heart

Courting Controversy: lives matter more than lies

Daniel Kodsi argues that there is more to reporting the truth than pointing out every time Donald Trump says something false

Courting Controversy: against conservative callousness

In the first of a new blog series, Daniel Kodsi is repulsed by a Trump administration built on hatred

Oxford students only second most employable in UK

Oxford three spots below Cambridge in Times Higher Education's 2016 University Employability Report

Professor Daniel Robinson: Why I’m voting for Trump

Daniel Kodsi interviews the Oxford philosopher about his support for Donald Trump

University commemorates 75th anniversary of first use of Penicillin

The University commemorated the first use of penicillin by Oxford scientists on a human patient earlier this afternoon

Oxford grant funding falls more than a third

Oxford remain first for second year running in grant income despite a drop of nearly £40 million in income from the previous year

Profile: Randall Kennedy

Daniel Kodsi talks to Harvard Law School professor Randall Kennedy about racial optimism, solidarity, and justice

Profile: Laurence Tribe

Daniel Kodsi interviews the constitutional scholar about his constitutional philosophy, equal human dignity, and contemporary politics

Reflecting on 9/11: a promise

On the fifteenth anniversary of 9/11, Daniel Kodsi considers how far we've really come

What can we learn from the Norrington Table?

Age surpasses wealth and the PPEists struggle, in Cherwell's analysis of this year's Norrington Table.

NUS to decide Jewish rep without input from Jewish students

Union of Jewish Students accuse NUS National Executive Council of "complete lack of commitment to Jewish students"