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Sunday, July 3, 2022

Daniel Sutton

2020: A Year of Success for Oxford Chess

"a year filled with success on and off the board"

Magdalen Tower lit blue for World Diabetes Day

Magdalen's iconic tower turned blue yesterday in honour of World Diabetes Day, the first time an Oxford landmark has done so

Funding for EU Students guaranteed for courses starting next year

EU students who begin courses in England in 2017 will have the same funding and have their fees capped at £9,250, the government has pledged

OUSU to campaign against raise in tuition fees

OUSU have launched a petition and intend to use Freedom of Information requests to challenge the University's decision to raise fees

Balliol students set up new refugee scholarship

Balliol's JCR and MCR lead the setting up of new funding for a refugee or asylum seeker

Oxford’s Olympic Medallists: Andrew Triggs-Hodge and Constantine Louloudis

Olympic Gold medallists and Oxford alumni Andrew Triggs-Hodge and Constantine Louloudis talk exclusively to Cherwell

Oxford to have most state school students for decades

Oxford University's intake of freshers this autumn will have the highest proportion of state school students for at least forty years

Breaking: Oriel tops 2015/16 Norrington Table

Oriel top and Merton second as Queen's fall to bottom of Norrington

Vice-Chancellor moves into Clarendon Building

Professor Louise Richardson has moved into her new offices out of a Wellington Square location once described as "More at home in Cold War East Berlin"

Oxford applications outstrip Cambridge again

Oxford has 15% more applications as more teenagers apply to Oxbridge overall

Fire at Clarendon Institute ‘started in a toaster’

Twenty firefighters battled a fire at the Clarendon Institute this afternoon, with one woman hurt

Wahoo to close

The immensely popular nightclub will close around the end of 2016 as the site is redeveloped.

Interview: Nigel Warburton, best-selling philosopher

Daniel Sutton discusses dialogues, diversity and popularising philosophy with the well-know philosopher Nigel Warburton

George Foreman: getting up after getting knocked down

“When I was a kid”, booms a deep Texan voice, “I used to bunk off school. I’d set off, like any other kid, then...