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Saturday, February 25th

Readers’ Photo Competition

Have some great Instagram shots of your college pals? Or portraits of people you met while travelling abroad? Send [email protected] your best portrait photos by Wed 15 and see your work in print!

Walking the pilgrim’s way

Looking back at his exhibition 'We will meet', Alvin Ong tells Sophie Jordan of his walks along the thin line between memory and fiction

Home is where the art is: Helen Pinkney

Bill Freeman investigates his artist godmother’s inspirations and her relation to the process of creation

The Road of Dreams

Travelling was once a life-and-death decision, not just a leisurely impulse

Who’s in the artistic power seat?

Ella Hill discusses Tristram Hunt’s appointment at the V&A and the continuation of gender inequality in the UK’s major museums

Old&New: Pascal Pinaud, Granny’s modern rival

Yet another woolly jumper and a visit to the Maeght Foundation outside Nice push Sophie Jordan to consider the artist’s unexpected inspirations

Home is where the art is—Doug Eaton and The Forest of...

Ewan Davis finds Doug Eaton’s unlikely colour palettes faithful to the landscape of the Forest of Dean

Holiday snaps

Photos submitted by Jessica Voicu, Catrin Haberfield and Andrew Wood. Keep an eye out for the next competition!

On the look-out: Hilary 2017 in art

Cherwell Visuals brings you this term's calendar of top exhibitions and events not to miss

Holidays: Cherwell Visuals competition

Whether you spent the vac away or at home, send your holiday art to [email protected] for a chance to see it in print
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An experience of Oxford Women Speak Out

Emily Beswick discusses using her time, and body, for activism

Left-wing academics are sexier than right-wingers, study suggests

Despite “scruffy” appearance, left-wing scholars are more attractive than well-groomed right-winger counterparts, psychologists say

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...