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Cherwell Statement on Covid-19

We have been made aware of a number of cases of misinformation and speculation in relation to the spread of Covid-19 at Oxford. A number of sites have, either...

OSPL SUMMER SCHEME

If you are interested in business and publishing then join the OSPL Summer Scheme! Who else can say that they worked as a business executive for a real publishing company whilst completing their degree?!

The Spectre of Virtue Signalling

Brian Wong criticises the use of social justice causes for personal ends

The Imperative to Resist Injustice

Brian Wong argues that we all have a responsibility to fight today's social injustices

Cherwell Statement on Covid-19

We have been made aware of a number of cases of misinformation and speculation in relation to the spread of Covid-19 at Oxford. A...

OSPL SUMMER SCHEME

If you are interested in business and publishing then join the OSPL Summer Scheme! Who else can say that they worked as a business executive for a real publishing company whilst completing their degree?!

The Spectre of Virtue Signalling

Brian Wong criticises the use of social justice causes for personal ends

The Imperative to Resist Injustice

Brian Wong argues that we all have a responsibility to fight today's social injustices

The obsession with meritocracy in university admissions is misguided: here’s why

Universities are more than merely merit-obsessed, mechanical institutions

Join Cherwell’s editorial team for Michaelmas 2018

Cherwell is recruiting a new team of section editors for MT18

Italy heads to the polls, and towards political despair

Despite promises of a new dawn from both left and right, Italy's political landscape looks increasingly uncertain

Oxford Collage: a human sciences student

A conversation about the degree that nobody understands

The marriages Brexit can’t break

Charlotte Tosti speaks to European women living in Oxford about the impact of Brexit on their lives.

A life on the streets of Oxford

Michael Jacob records a few days in the life of rough-sleeper Chad

Oxford Collage: A conversation with Theodore Zeldin

Charlotte Tosti speaks to philosopher, historian and Fellow at St. Antony’s College, Theodore Zeldin, about the evolution of conversation

Life on the streets of Oxford, Scott’s story

Last week I got into a conversation with a homeless man I’d seen many times before, but never really spoken to. Scott Hadlow, a...

Cherwell’s guide to sport at Oxford

With so many opportunities on offer, sporting life at the university is just what you make it, writes Matt Roller

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