Guilt and mental illness on my year abroad

Maria Minchenko urges students to speak more openly about the reality of a year abroad

On That Point: Safe spaces and politicians

Keir Mather argues that safe spaces cannot be extended to politicians without eroding democratic principles

Ask Uncle Sam

Cherwell's very own agony uncle, Sam Juniper, is here to cast an avuncular eye over your woes

Ask Uncle Sam

Cherwell's very own agony uncle, Sam Juniper, is here to cast an avuncular eye over your woes

Not Wong: Beyond the social construct

Brian Wong asks us to embrace the fact that reality is socially constructed

My date with Theresa May

Charlotte Tosti imagines sitting down to talk biscuits and Brexit with the Prime Minister

Ask Uncle Sam—Shark Love

Cherwell's very own agony uncle, Sam Juniper, is here to cast an avuncular eye over your woes

On That Point: Hitchens and Chechnya

Keir Mather is less than impressed by the snap election and argues that it is imperative we help the oppressed gay community of Chechnya

Ask Uncle Sam

Cherwell's very own agony uncle is here to cast an avuncular eye over your woes

Cherwell is recruiting for TT17

Applications are now open to join Cherwell for Trinity 2017
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Bullingdon Club kicked out of Christ Church by college porters – video

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

Life Divided: Oxlove

Maxim Parr-Reid and James Lamming debate the vices and virtues of Oxford’s most amatory Facebook page

Students reject move to end the wearing of scholars’ gowns

Students vote heavily against the proposed ban in OUSU poll

Oxford awarded Gold in controversial first TEF rankings

OUSU condemns "marketisation" after new rankings enable tuition fee increases

Opposition to scholars’ gowns detracts from a meaningful discussion about inequality

Thomas Munro argues that support for the new OUSU motion is born out of envy, not a desire for real change