18th Nov 2014 by Anna Murphy
Oxford athletes trying pentathlon for the first time beat their Cambridge counterparts in both the men’s and...
18th Nov 2014 by Alex Bartram
Alex Bartram, a former candidate for OUSU President, shares his ten thoughts about this year's elections on the eve...
17th Nov 2014 by Henry Shalders
JCR’s decision not to change its controversial college marriage process angers LGBTQ campaigners
17th Nov 2014 by Sam Dayan
Students and fellows vote in favour of a weekly 'Vegetarian Day', starting from next term
17th Nov 2014 by Alex Cavell
After the shock exit of the holders, will the football pitches of Oxford see another surprise?
17th Nov 2014 by Jacob Rabinowitz
The Lancers, Oxford’s American Football team, beat the Anglia Ruskin Rhinos 62-0
17th Nov 2014 by Robert Walmsley
Despite health and safety concerns, OUSU Council reaffirms its support for the demonstration
15th Nov 2014 by Stan Lalanne
President Mayank Banerjee will appear before a Senior Disciplinary Committee, facing charges of 'dereliction of...
15th Nov 2014 by Sascha Brooksbank
Rolling hunger strike in Fifth and Sixth Weeks aims to protest against governmental laws used to detain activists
15th Nov 2014 by Tom Calver
For Oxford and Right to Education slates boycott husts with accessibility fears
14th Nov 2014 by Stan Lalanne
89.6 per cent approve landmark reforms as President Banerjee faces complaints over alleged rule break
12th Nov 2014 by Fay Watson
Groupspaces list for CapitOx spammed after one student hit 'reply all' to an email advertising a J. P. Morgan event
10th Nov 2014 by Hannah Foxton
Movember Campaign raises over 2,000 pounds in first days alone
10th Nov 2014 by Charlie Lawrence
With a month until the Varsity Match and tickets now on sale, Cherwell Sport looks ahead to the biggest game in...
10th Nov 2014 by Jamie Farmer
Shoe the tabs: Oxford women’s football team smashes Cambridge in BUCS thriller
10th Nov 2014 by Stan Lalanne
Harmless email inquiry provokes thread of spam for society members
10th Nov 2014 by Elliot Burns
Strict quarantine laws exclude academic from American conference because he has been to affected Guinea
10th Nov 2014 by Suzie Marshall
Prize gives DPhil student Thomas David money for academic books and digital equipment
10th Nov 2014 by Sascha Brooksbank
The Green Party parliamentary candidate has expressed disapproval for Campsfield expansion plans
10th Nov 2014 by Ellen O'Neill
For the first time in history the new bishop of Oxford could be a man or a woman