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Tuesday, January 17th

Assange protesters outside Union

Organised in response to the invitation of Julian Assange to address the Oxford Union, protesters gathered outside the gates of the debating chamber on Wednesday evening. Cherwell solicited the opinions of those taking part.

Extra Time – Week 3

Aleks Klosok looks back at the Barlcays Premier League Season and previews England's opening Test Match of the Summer as well as looking ahead to some of the big sporting events coming up in the next week

Cherwell TV visits the Liquid Deli

Cherwell TV visited one of Oxford's most unique and unusual shops, Demi John, on Little Clarendon Street.

Join the debate: Humanities cuts

An inquiry into how Government budget cuts will change the way humanities are funded at Oxford.

Preview: Potosi

Cherwell spoke to the cast and crew of a new piece of student writing, Potosi, being performed at the BT studio in 3rd week

OxPops at the Union: RMF Special

Mark Barclay, the Virgil to your Dante, guides you on a tour of Oxford public opinion following a Union panel debate on Oriel's Rhodes Statue

OUSU vote not to propose Israel boycott

A motion requiring delegates to table a motion in support of the Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions (BDS) movement at the forthcoming NUS Conference was defeated on Wednesday at OUSU Council by 69 votes to 10

Interview: The Rain Starts A-Fallin’

Interview with the writer, producer and cast of the new play, The Rain Starts A-Fallin'

Cher(ch)world: Religion in Oxford

Looking at a recent Cherwell investigation, we discuss the status of religion in Oxford

Students and activists protest Marine Le Pen

Activists from UAF joined students at the Oxford Union protesting against the leader of the French party Front National

So, what will actually happen at Donald Trump’s inauguration?

Fred Dimbleby looks ahead to the traditional inauguration of the 45th President of the United States of America

Oxford – a tale of two cities sitting in the same space

SJ Novak describes what happens to town-and-gown when students disappear, and how the hush of the midwinter streets betrays something important about our community

Bigger babies? So what?

Taking a closer look at the claim that caesarean sections are driving evolution

‘The Prize most poets want to win’

Katie Mennis celebrates the strength and variety of the 2016 T. S. Eliot Prize shortlist

Hertford accidentally distributes rejection letters

An email attachment was circulated containing the details of all unsuccessful applicants