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Tuesday, June 28, 2022

Flora Dyson

University releases updated guidance for students in light of May 17th changes

Oxford University has updated their arrangements for students after 17 May, following this week’s Government announcement.  Updated guidance for in-person teaching, returning to Oxford and...

Oxford societies respond to Chauvin trial outcome

"While Oxford American Society is glad that the jury returned a guilty verdict on all counts, we understand that this verdict cannot bring back the life that was lost nor does it provide justice for any of the other individuals that have fallen victim to police brutality.”

SU Fair Outcomes for Students releases update

The Student Union’s Fair Outcomes for Students campaign has released two new goals for the future. It aims to open more study spaces and...

Police and Crime Commissioner candidates share views on ‘Kill the Bill’

Police and Crime Commissioner candidates for Thames Valley have published their manifestos for elections on 6 May. Cherwell asked them for their views on...

Jesus College announces Michael Sheen Bursary for Welsh students

Jesus College has announced a new bursary scheme that will provide financial support for Welsh students. The bursary has been developed with actor and...

Music for springtime

"Start your day off with this dance track and you can’t go wrong." Flora Dyson picks out some selections to help keep you company during the final stretch of restrictions and drive you into the spring and summer months.

The misogynist within: calling ourselves out

TW: Mentions of sexual violence "Rather than teaching men that to assault is wrong, society teaches women to do all they can to avoid it." Flora Dyson unpacks the phenomenon of internalised misogyny and questions how we can tackle it.

Oxford City Council responds to concerns raised over Oxford street lighting

CW: Sexual assault, death  It Happens Here, an Oxford Student Union group tackling sexual violence, recently released a statement arguing that “street lighting in Oxford...

Oxford societies respond to the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill

"The president of OULD, Asher Weisz, said that 'the bill will massively constrain the ability of all people to protest by giving the Government sweeping new powers to take action if one person is ‘annoyed’ by a protest.;”

Winners of Oxford’s Beyond Boundaries competition announced

"It was a great opportunity for us to highlight the incredible researchers of colour in the Division and to show young people that they can be scientists too."

Charity choir performs for Oxford care home

The performance, in a pre-recorded video which opens with members singing and communicating in sign-language, was dedicated to Marston Care Home and Deaf-SELF, a London-based charity.

New ICU unit planned for the John Radcliffe Hospital

"The OUH NHS Trust have said they are facing double the number of patients ill with Covid-19 than in the country’s first wave."