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    Ten colleges not paying real Living Wage

    A Cherwell investigation has found that at least ten Oxford colleges were still not paying the real Living Wage of £9.30 per hour to all of their permanent employees and casual workers as of 16th December 2020.

    Students unhappy with college isolation provision

    A Cherwell survey has found that 57% of respondents were not satisfied with their college’s handling of self-isolation last term. One student commented that...

    Investigation: Toxic Chemical in University Hand Sanitisers

    Relisan hand sanitiser, purchased by Oxford University for use in its facilities, has been found to contain a synthetic fragrance called butylphenyl methylpropional, also...

    Investigation: Prelims Favour Private School Students

    An investigation into the attainment of ex-state school students, which includes both state comprehensive and state grammar, and ex-independent school students at Oxford has...

    Investigation: Towards a Transparently Funded Careers Service

    Nestled in a tranquil lot on Banbury Road, the Careers Service is the University’s main provider of careers and graduate advice to members. In...

    Profile: Richard Bilton

    Playwright Tom Stoppard said, “I still believe that if your aim is to change the world, journalism is a more immediate short-term weapon.” The...

    More than a quarter of Oxford students don’t go clubbing

    C+ investigation reveals new details about Oxford clubbing culture

    Almost half of Oxford students to back Labour in June, Cherwell...

    Cherwell's 2017 General Election poll suggests overwhelming support for Jeremy Corbyn's party

    C+: “Free speech is the lifeblood of a university” says Oxford—but...

    C+ reveal the surprising political divide in opinion on freedom of speech in Oxford

    C+: Student testimonials on free speech in Oxford

    As part of the survey conducted to gather experiences and opinions of students in Oxford, C+ collect­ed anonymised comments from students on their perceptions of freedom of speech in Oxford.