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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]

MOOCs: the future since 2012

Daniel Kodsi argues that elite brick-and-morter universities will never quite fade away

University officially outlines pro-EU position

Citing numerous benefits to membership, the University Council officially endorsed EU membership Friday morning

Panama Papers to have “no impact” on honorary degree

Award-winning Spanish filmmaker Pedro Almodóvar will still be awarded an honorary degree following his implication in the Panama Papers

University announces new college

Largely the conception of a wealthy donor, the college will be the home for students with 'special talents'

A bittersweet day for Oxford on the Thames

The 162nd Varsity Boat Race ended in resounding victory for the women's first boat, their fourth in a row, but the men's own winning streak was snapped

Blavatnik School and Cabinet Office partner up

The Blavatnik School of Government and UK Cabinet Office have announced a new plan to try to improve social outcomes

Vincent’s Club ends gender exclusivity

The 153-year-old sports club for Oxford Blues voted last week to remove the word 'male' from its constitution

The end of Roppongi

"The ultimate destination for Oxford's exclusive highly effervescent and au fait crowd" is to close next Friday

Cambridge’s Cecil falls

Jesus College has agreed to remove a bronze cockerel statue students said ought be repatriated to Nigeria

RMFO march takes to the streets

The group headed to five locations which they have deemed "linked to colonialism and racism"

OULC: “ugly, intimidating and vaguely cultish”

OULC embroiled in new row following passage of motion to make members of multiple political groups ineligible for voting rights at TGMs

Lachs defeats Dattani to win Union presidency

The #19ideas slate was broadly successful in Friday's vote but unable to replicate Stuart Webber's or Robert Harris's dominance

Weather forecast: rain doo-wops

Daniel Kodsi disagrees with the complacency of M. Ward's eighth album More Rain

Casualties in Didcot collapse

Accident leaves up to four dead, with five taken to John Radcliffe Hospital