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Wednesday, March 22nd

Films on Friday #4 ‘Pidge Post’

The latest in our short film competition is this lighthearted documentary from Lincoln's film production society, investigating the inner workings of Oxford's internal post

LiveFridays at the Ashmolean

New to the Ashmolean museum this year are the highly anticipated Live Friday events. Rolf Merchant went to see how the very first, 'An Evening With the Gods', unfolded

Cherworld Week 6 – Cross-Dressing Bops

Beth McKernan and Robin McGhee discuss OUSU's proposal that colleges cease setting gender-bending bop themes on the grounds that they are offensive to transgendered individuals

‘Put People First’ Protest March

Cherwell attended a political rally that called for major changes to the way we now live.

Shark Tales – Series 3 Episode 2

Alexander Fox returns for another curious incident of the drunks in the night-time

News Roundup Podcast: Week 4

Lizzie Greene and Christy Rush bring you the latest news from Oxford and beyond

Extra Time – Week 2 – Interview with Kapil Dev

In this special edition, Aleks Klosok and Evie Deavall are joined by the former Indian captain and cricket great, Kapil Dev, to talk about his career, the Indian Premier League, and what the future holds for Indian cricket.

Cherworld: Hilary Week 1

Sophie Jamieson and Robin McGhee are back for Hilary, bringing you their views on the latest Oxford news. This week they discuss alcohol awareness, or lack thereof.

A last look at babylove

Cherwell talks to the owner and visitors of Baby Love about its impending move to Castle Tavern

Snog Marry Avoid? #1

Vickie Morrish and Xin Fan take to the streets to investigate the aesthetic appeal of our illustrious party leaders. Which gentleman will tickle our Oxfordians' fancy?
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Why AFC Wimbledon is the people’s answer to modern football

George Steijger writes that AFC Wimbledon's recent win over MK Dons was a victory for football fans

Government plans to protect freedom of speech in universities

Jo Johnson outlines plans to protect freedom of speech in universities, in light of increasing censorship

Oxford students charged £92,254 in overdue library fines in 2015-16

News figures revealed by Freedom of Information request

Survey finds Oxford students hardest working and most miserable in UK

Nearly a quarter of students in Oxford say they regret enrolling

Exeter College’s Cohen Quad formally opened

Delays in building work saw 86 students moved into hotels, but Cohen Quad is now formally open.