13th Jun 2014 by Esther Hodges
Oxford professor Luciano Floridi warns that a European Court Ruling allowing people to remove their names from...
5th Jun 2014 by Ellen Brewster
University criticised after declining to mention the death of almunus Stuart Hall in media bulletin
5th Jun 2014 by Dorothy Finan
Ross-CASE Survey results show that Oxford and Cambridge receive £357 million in donations, more than half of the...
5th Jun 2014 by Niluka Kavanagh, Zabrina Lo
Cherwell speaks to the organisers of the Oxford Women Speak Out against human trafficking campaign, which took place...
29th May 2014 by Emma Cookson
The ICO has reported several incidents where student data was accidentally sent to the wrong people by the Student...
29th May 2014 by Dorothy Finan
Neuroscientists' research into the thought processes of fruit flies provides insight into human cognition
29th May 2014 by Ella Richards
Students have been wearing white ribbons this week in support of the campaign to end violence against women
28th May 2014 by Jack Doyle
Jennifer Perry, who spoke at the Oxford Union on Tuesday afternoon, has condemned the campaign for speakers to...
22nd May 2014 by Alex Stronell
Oxford has come 23rd in the annual University Sex league, which ranks universities based on the average number of...
22nd May 2014 by Georgia Latham
Oxford have recently launched a new study on the neurology of monkeys whilst being committed to a concordat on...
22nd May 2014 by Dorothy Finan
An Oxford researcher has claimed that students are being arrogant in their attitudes towards their body clocks
22nd May 2014 by Rohan Arora
A study has found that people who are mean with money have less trustworthy qualities
18th May 2014 by Charlie Atkins, Tess Colley
Cherwell talks to the leaders of the 'Yes' and 'No' campaigns in the week coming up to the referendum on whether...
16th May 2014 by Robert Walmsley
As part of our C+ investigation into the upcoming local elections, Robert Walmsley went to hustings before OUSU council
16th May 2014 by Samuele Volpe
Samuele Volpe finds out from some Oxonians and alumni why local elections matter to students in Oxford
15th May 2014 by Rebecca Grant
The UCU are campaigning against 'casual contracts' because they claim they threaten employment rights and job...
15th May 2014 by Esther Hodges
Police are investigating a group, thought to contain a few member of the Wyvern Cambridge drinking society, who were...
15th May 2014 by Ellen Brewster
Exeter College has awarded an honorary fellowship to the Harry Potter author, J.K. Rowling
15th May 2014 by James Rhodes
An Oxford psychologist has shown why having psychopathic characteristics is often beneficial in high-powered careers