Profile: Wendy Cope

Poet Wendy Cope on teaching, parodies, and writing what we are all thinking

Debate: Does Oxford foster a sense of community?

Maxim Parr-Reid and Tilly Nevin debate whether Oxford University fosters a sense of community

One thing I’d change about Oxford…Self-loathing

Keir Mather mourns the constant attacks upon Oxford and advises its students to be proud of the University

The ‘Oxford’ scent: a chemist in perfumery

Ruth Mastenbrœk, entrepreneur, scientist, and former president of the British Society of Perfumers, talks to Annie Yu about her international career in cosmetic science, her inspirations, and having a “good nose”

A word from the stalls

Miriam Nemmaoui accosts a teary-eyed audience member emerging from the Burton Taylor Studio, after the final showing of STOP

How can we solve the prison crisis?

Theresa May’s sacking of Michael Gove as Justice Minister was an indefensible blunder, says Matt Roller

Cherworld HT4: A presidential palaver

Charlie Atkins and Harry Gosling discuss the impacts of Trump in Oxford, and the student response to the president's first days in office

The uncertainty of Trump’s LGBTQ+ stance

Louis McEvoy argues that LGBTQ+ rights in America will be under attack, but perhaps not from Trump

Trump is limiting women’s reproductive rights

Julia Routledge says that Trump’s abortion measure will weaken women’s rights and that the UK must intervene

Profile: Frank Gardner

Julia Routledge speaks with Frank Gardner about bullets, banking, and the BBC
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Government plans announced for two-year university courses

Universities Minister Jo Johnson told university leaders today that universities in England will be able to charge more than £14,000 per year for a...

Medical student uses unborn baby’s brain for research without parents’ permission

An unborn baby’s brain was used by an Oxford medical student without its parents’ permission.The student at the John Radcliffe Hospital used the foetal...

Revealed: Oxford’s use of controversial ‘gagging clauses’

Oxford University has repeatedly used so-called “gagging clauses” in redundancy settlements with former employees, figures obtained by Cherwell reveal.A Freedom of Information (FOI) request...

Councillor John Tanner apologises for calling Oxford homeless “a disgrace”

Oxford city councillor John Tanner has been forced to apologise after deeming homeless people “a disgrace”.A formal complaint has been launched by East Oxford...

Rhodes Must Fall join campaign for student to continue studies

Oxford student groups, including Rhodes Must Fall (RMF) and the Oxford University Africa Soceity (OUAS), have gathered in support of a campaign to crowdfund...