Authors Posts by Jack Hunter

Jack Hunter

Jack Hunter
56 POSTS 0 COMMENTS
Jack Hunter is the editor of Cherwell. Follow him: @_jackhunter or email jack.hunter@wadham.ox.ac.uk

Bullingdon Club kicked out of Christ Church by college porters –...

Watch: Members of the Bullingdon Club are marched out of Christ Church by porters while attempting to take their annual photograph on the steps

Christ Church bans student from college events for Klu Klux Klan...

Student wore a pillowcase resembling a Ku Klux Klan hood as a “satirical” comment

Labour hold Oxford East as Lib Dems take Oxford West from...

See the full general election results for Oxford's constituencies

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

Rhodes Must Fall hits back at new Oxford global history course

The campaign group have derided reports of a new non-European history paper, attacking the University’s continued “narrow and Eurocentric worldview”

Armed police stationed outside the Rad Cam

Thames Valley Police have told people to be “alert but not alarmed” after terrorist threat level raised to 'critical'

Oxford stands in ‘solidarity’ against terror at Manchester attack vigils

Hundreds of students, faith leaders and residents gather to display “love and solidarity” after suicide bombing at Manchester Arena

Watch: Theresa May confronted by angry voter on visit to Oxford

Theresa May was challenged by an angry voter, Cathy, over disability cuts on a visit to Oxfordshire today

Oxford University Hospitals “on alert” following global ransomware attack

Colleges have warned students to be "extra cautious" with Nexus email attachments, although there are no reported issues on the University's servers

ACS photo campaign to “debunk myths” on race

Viral Cambridge campaign sparks attempt to “elevate” voices of black students at Oxford
6,024FansLike
7,240FollowersFollow
473SubscribersSubscribe

We can scrutinise without abusing

It’s important to reject personal attacks on politicians, but holding these same politicians to account is important for our democracy

Adaptating our perception of film adaptations

Jack Allsopp questions whether film adaptations can ever match or even supersede their literary predecessor

Balliol appoints first female Master

Dame Helen Ghosh will be the first woman to hold the position in the college's 750-year history

“Refreshing, original and honest – a genuine delight to watch”

Katie Sayer gives five stars to 'Touch', a brand new sexual comedy from the makers of 'Fleabag', at the Soho Theatre

Council unveils ‘cycling city’ signs despite rising accident rates

Oxford City Council plans to increase the number of commuters cycling even as accident rates rise both locally and nationwide