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    Retelling the Immigrant Experience: A Review of ‘Xiao’

    'Before us is a potted plant, a porcelain tea set, a dinner table, and a couple in embrace.'

    “Fast-paced, witty and painfully relatable”: Review of Immaculate

    'The Devil, complete with a set of black wings, is sat at the end of the row having a chat with an audience member as we arrive for the opening night of Oliver Lansley’s ‘Immaculate’ '

    UK’s first professor of LGBTQ+ history appointed at Mansfield College

    The UK's first professor of LGBTQ+ history has been appointed by Mansfield College. Renowned historian, Professor Matt Cook, will become the first Jonathan Cooper...

    Barefoot Bakery — Cakes, bakes, and great values

    "What makes it even more special though is the ethos behind it and every single dish on offer."

    Captains Corner: OURFC

    This week Cherwell spoke to the new women's Blues captain for rugby union in Oxford, Sophie Shams.

    Oxford joins partnership to explore a new method for creating fusion power

    The University of Oxford has joined Imperial College London and the University of York in a £12 million industry partnership to explore a new method for creating fusion power.

    Famous Lewis Carroll boat ride re-created

    The famous boat ride on which Lewis Carroll is said to have first shared the story of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland was re-created this...

    The F1 cartel: do the Big Three have too much power in Formula 1?

    F1 is a cartel, which is bad for smaller teams and fans, as it makes the racing less competitive and more predictable. Not only have the Big Three teams – Red Bull, Mercedes and Ferrari – won 198 of the 201 races in the last 10 seasons, but they control what happens off the track as well.

    Temptations Dessert Lounge – Everything sweet, all at once?

    "Cookie dough is my weak spot in these kinds of places and Temptations’ options are seemingly endless."

    St Hugh’s and Oriel score 0 on latest sustainability ranking

    The Climate League of Oxford and Cambridge (CLOC) has just released its 2023 ranking of Oxford colleges. St Hugh’s and Oriel are the worst...

    Wadham wins national Climate Quiz

    Wadham College has been crowned the champion of the National Union of Students’s Feburary Big Climate Quiz. The quiz was part of the sustainability...

    Some habits die hard: the truth about Oxford’s Coffee Culture

    The baristas in Cornmarket Pret know my coffee order on sight. My friends rarely see me without a strong black Americano in hand. You...

    EXCLUSIVE: Gabriel Macht, Ed Norton and Patrick J Kennedy amongst final group of Union speakers this term

    As the Oxford Union nears the end of Trinity Term, Cherwell can exclusively reveal 4 additional speakers. American actor Gabriel Macht will be speaking at...

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