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Tuesday, June 28, 2022

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]

‘Oxford Eye’ proposed addition to Oxford skyline

To boost Oxford tourism, the Oxfordshire Local Enterprise Partnership propose building the city's own ferris wheel.

The stories that shaped Oxford life in 2015-2016

Cherwell deputy editor Daniel Kodsi presents Oxford's year-in-review

Interview: Chief Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis

Daniel Kodsi talks to the Chief Rabbi about crossing the line between anti-Zionism and anti-Semitism

The Yes to NUS vote hides a real need for reform

Daniel Kodsi calls for the failure of the NUS referendum not to obfuscate the factors that made the vote necessary

Cambridge Say ‘Yes’ to NUS

Cambridge narrowly voted to remain affiliated with the NUS in a referendum called by the Cambridge University Student Union, Varsity reported this afternoon. Cambridge saw...

Sir John Vickers on capital buffers and why they matter

Daniel Kodsi talks to the economist and Warden of All Souls about the need for the BoE to push for more stringent regulation

Latest admissions data only reinforces stereotypes

2015 statistics continue to indicate Oxford demographics not representative of the UK

Revealed: Oxford’s addiction to study drugs

15 per cent of students have knowingly taken a ‘study drug’, according to a Cherwell recent survey

How dare Oxford let common sense get in the way of moral outrage?

Daniel Kodsi argues that it is perfectly reasonable for the University to accept donations from the Qatari government

Brasenose JCR wants honorary membership for Vardy

Members of the college have proposed a motion to name the footballer Ball President

Profile: Clarence Seedorf

Daniel Kodsi talks dreams, success and universe with the four-time Champions League winner

Labour see gains in Oxford City Council elections

Consolidating their hold on the Oxford City Council, Labour won 18 of 24 contested seats in Thursday's elections

Profile: Michael Møller

Daniel Kodsi talks to the Director-General of the United Nations Office at Geneva about the future of the United Nations

EXCLUSIVE: Oxford Union Trinity term-card

Cherwell brings you an exclusive preview of the Union's Trinity term-card