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    Cherwell video team is recruiting for Michaelmas 2018!

    Cherwell is looking for new team members to help us produce quality video content in Michaelmas term, 2018. Experienced or not, if you've always...

    After the Smoke Had Cleared

    Exactly one year since the Grenfell Tower fire killed 72, there are still residents without a home, and over 50 public housing buildings covered in materials known to fail fire safety tests. What has happened?

    Café circuit: The Society Cafe

    The Society Cafe is a haven in busy Oxford

    Grime4Corbyn: How a genre changed an election

    A year on from the movement’s explosion, Grime4Corbyn activist Adam Elliot-Cooper and Roll Deep member Saskilla tell Isaac Pockney how Labour instigated change

    The other footballers

    "The players on this college football team have simpler motivations: camaraderie, love of the sport, and the prospect of beating Cambridge."

    New world, Old media: the aesthetic revival burns bright in Oxford

    Online media may challenge the status quo, but some producers are seeking to up the quality of old media to dizzying heights

    ‘Racism amongst college porters must be dislodged’ Appendix

    This week in Features Leanne Yau exposed widespread racial profiling of students of colour by porters employed by Oxford colleges. Accusations were received from...

    Kevin Rudd: ‘An apology without a strategy would have been a hollow gesture.’

    Ten years after apologising for the persecution of Aborigines, the former prime minister of Australia explains why the current policy is going nowhere

    Crocodile preview – ‘This is going to be properly funny’

    Nitrous Cow look set to provide a rip-roaring comedy follow-up to their sold out debut 'Lovesong' last term

    Disposable Perspectives – Hope and despair in the margins of Paris

    Amateur photography by refugees give a personal insight into the refugee experience

    The Corridor review – ‘a serious spectacle of operatic drama’

    Isaac Pockney is spellbound by an opera that puts a fresh twist on a classic tale