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Sunday, June 26, 2022

Matthew Roller

Matt, a PPE student at Exeter, was the paper's editor for Trinity Term 2018 alongside Fred Dimbleby. Follow him on Twitter: @mroller98

Oxford coach calls for clarity in funding of university cricket

Graham Charlesworth said: "It’s potentially good news, but we’re not quite sure what the detail looks like."

Sathnam Sanghera: “We’ve got to go through this painful process”

The Times columnist, a vocal critic of Oxbridge's admissions data, says that access is about attitude, not money

Half of colleges fail to provide halal food, says ISoc

Oxford's Islamic Society claim that 14 of Oxford's 30 undergraduate colleges fail to offer halal food in hall

Quarter of JCRs have transgender rep

Queen’s College is the latest college to introduce the position

Universities minister repeats call for ‘sanctions’ over access data

Oxford accepted fewer applications from poor neighbourhoods this year than any other mainstream institution

‘IT glitch’ means Clinton talk sells out before tickets go on sale

The tickets were due to be released at 9am today

Hillary Clinton is coming to Oxford

The failed US presidential candidate will give the annual Romanes lecture

Revealed: Colleges’ property investments worth £1.5 billion

Colleges' holdings encompass an area bigger than the Mediterranean island of Malta

Oxford pubs serve the most expensive pints outside of London

The average cost of a pint in Oxford is £4.57, according to a new study

Keble and Pembroke win Summer VIIIs headships

Both crews rowed over on Saturday afternoon to seal their respective headships

Law Faculty slammed for case list change

The Faculty excluded headings and subheadings from a case list, departing from normal practice

University under fire for ‘pathetic’ retweet

Journalist Sathnam Sanghera told Cherwell: "I think the RT...demonstrates a real entrenched resistance to change"

Harriet Harman: “The concept of safe spaces has been abused”

The veteran Labour MP denies that there is a 'free speech crisis' within UK universities

Claire Taylor: “there needs to be a continuous development of the game”

Taylor, the first woman to be named as a Wisden Cricketer of the Year, says the game cannot solely rely on watershed moments for growth