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Keble JCR—no boat burning after Summer VIIIs

Undergraduates narrowly reject proposal to burn 40 year old boat if Boat Club triumphs in Summer VIIIs

Vice-Chancellor urged to renew commitment to city cyclists

The move comes after Claudia Comberti, a DPhil student at the Environmental Change Institute, was run over and killed

Torpids trophies inequality

Women have been able to enter Torpids since 1969, although the winners have never received a trophy

Cyber experts encouraged to “redouble their efforts” following attacks

Oxford experts have called on governments and computer users to take cybersecurity seriously.

Charles and Camilla surprise public with trip to Oxford

The Prince of Wales visited the city in order to officially open the Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies

St Catz student praised for “heroic” behaviour in police chase

Student Jake Quinn tackled one of the fugitives in a car chase which ended on Merton's sports ground

JCRs vote for compulsory £1 donations to homeless charities

It follows a motion by St Anne’s JCR to add a compulsory £1 donation to battels each term for Oxford homelessness charities

St Hugh’s JCR votes for “the alpacas this college deserves”

The motion stated that “alpacas are fluffy and cute and adorable and basically represent everything good in this world”

Christ Church student who stabbed boyfriend could return next year

The 24 year old medic is likely to avoid jail and return to her College in October

Prince Charles and Camilla in surprise Covered Market visit

Camilla spoke exclusively to Cherwell during the royals' tour of the Market
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“A fierce accomplishment”

Will Austin is absorbed in 'Reigen', a revival of Arthur Schnitzler’s controversial sexual drama

Christ Church and Wadham primed for Summer Eights headships

Matt Roller previews the final day of the highlight of the college rowing year

Outbreak of mumps plagues Oxford’s colleges

As a result of the outbreak students have been sent home, cricket games have been cancelled, and preliminary and final exams are under threat

Huge increase in students using University Counselling Service

Between 2011 and 2016, the number of students contacting the counselling service per academic year has jumped by 84 per cent

The ICC’s neglect of Irish cricket

Matt Roller writes that cricket's governing body has failed to promote the growth of the game