Cherwell - Oxford University's Independent Student Newspaper since 1920
More Comment
Let's stop the stigmatisation of self-harm

Let's stop the stigmatisation of self-harm

28th Feb 2015 by Giles Neal
In response to Cherwell publishing a much altered version of an article he wrote without his consent, Giles Neal...
Interview: Reni Eddo-Lodge

Interview: Reni Eddo-Lodge

28th Feb 2015 by Mary Reader
Mary Reader talks to Reni Eddo-Lodge about equality and liberation
The Campaign: Whose University?

The Campaign: Whose University?

26th Feb 2015 by Charlotte Cooper Beglin
Charlotte Cooper Beglin talks about 'Whose University?', a new campaign which is trying to highlight ways Oxford...
Interview: Tim Harford

Interview: Tim Harford

26th Feb 2015 by Harry Gosling
Economist Tim Harford tells Harry Gosling how to see into the future
OxStew: Union members deny ‘We <3 Marine’ sign shows support

OxStew: Union members deny ‘We <3 Marine’ sign shows support

25th Feb 2015 by Philip Kinemod
In our weekly satire, controversy hits the Union as a giant sign with the words 'We <3 Marine' was waved as Marine...
Why young people won't vote

Why young people won't vote

20th Feb 2015 by James Elliott
In his weekly column, James Elliott talks about why young people will not vote unless Labour offers an appealing...
Interview: Peter Horby

Interview: Peter Horby

20th Feb 2015 by Tom Carter
As part of C+'s investigation into Oxford's treatment of Ebola, Tom Carter speaks to Peter Horby, who is leading...
Interview: Tommy Rampling

Interview: Tommy Rampling

20th Feb 2015 by Tom Carter
As part of C+'s investigation into Oxford's treatment of Ebola, Tom Carter speaks to Tommy Rampling, who is part of...
Is it Britain’s humanitarian duty to aid affected countries?

Is it Britain’s humanitarian duty to aid affected countries?

20th Feb 2015 by Hannah Foxton
As part of C+'s investigation on Oxford's role in the fight against Ebola, Hannah Foxton asks whether we have a...
Investigation: Oxford's role in the fight against Ebola

Investigation: Oxford's role in the fight against Ebola

20th Feb 2015 by Tom Carter, Chanatjit Cheawsamoot, Pierro Olliaro
This week, C+ explored the contribution Oxford scientists have made in combatting Ebola
The next government should prioritise mental health

The next government should prioritise mental health

20th Feb 2015 by Ellen Milligan
Ellen Milligan argues that NHS cuts under the Conservatives have had a catastrophic impact on mental health care
Debate: Can social media activism be a force for good?

Debate: Can social media activism be a force for good?

20th Feb 2015 by Freddie Hopkinson, Lucjan Kaliniecki
As the use of social media continues to grow, we ask whether social media activism is as good as we think it is
Interview: Myriam Francois-Cerrah

Interview: Myriam Francois-Cerrah

20th Feb 2015 by Allison d'Ambrosia
Allison d'Ambrosia talks to the journalist Myriam Francois-Cerrah about Muslim women in the feminist movement
Christianity Uncovered

Christianity Uncovered

19th Feb 2015 by Ruth Hayhow
Ruth Hayhow talks about her experiences of Christianity and how a talk during 'Uncover Oxford' turned her away from...
The Campaign: Giving What We Can

The Campaign: Giving What We Can

16th Feb 2015 by Henry Phipps
Henry Phipps on why giving money to charities can increase personal happiness, and why it is important to give to...
Interview: Richard Evans

Interview: Richard Evans

16th Feb 2015 by Tom Robinson
Tom Robinson talks to historian Richard Evans about Oxford, being an expert witness in Irving v. Lipstadt, and the...
Why we clapped Marine Le Pen

Why we clapped Marine Le Pen

15th Feb 2015 by David Browne
David Browne disagrees with James Elliott's column on Le Pen, giving alternative reasons for clapping her and...
Oxstew: Oxford death toll of 500 in battle for free speech

Oxstew: Oxford death toll of 500 in battle for free speech

15th Feb 2015 by Ravenna Webster
In our weekly satire, 500 students have been killed in the blood-bath on Turl Street that kicked off after a free...
"Medical leave often feels like a punishment"

"Medical leave often feels like a punishment"

15th Feb 2015 by Molly Rogers
Molly Rogers discusses the work of Balliol JCR’s Suspended Status Group
"It was as if they'd forgotten I existed"

"It was as if they'd forgotten I existed"

15th Feb 2015 by Teddy Hall Student
A Teddy Hall student describes her intermission experience
We need to begin talking about stress and anxiety at Oxford

We need to begin talking about stress and anxiety at Oxford

15th Feb 2015 by Samuel Rutishauser-Mills
Samuel Rutishauser-Mills talks to three students who intermitted for reasons relating to mental health