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Sunday, June 26, 2022

Felix O'Mahony

COVID cases double among young people in Oxford following students’ return

COVID cases among those aged 20–24 in Oxford have doubled in the last week, according to new data reported by the government, in what may be the first indication of the impact of students returning to the city for Hilary Term. 

Oxford SU fights for renter protection amid student rent strikes

Oxford University Student Union and Oxford Brookes Union has written a letter to major lettings agents in Oxford reminding them of their duties under...

EXCLUSIVE: Oxford Union releases term card for Trinity 2020

The Oxford Union Society has released its term card for Trinity Term 2020, Cherwell can exclusively reveal. The term card includes a range of...

Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Education clarifies Trinity examinations arrangements

Following concerns raised by a number of students surrounding academic arrangements for Trinity term, Cherwell reached out to Martin Williams, Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Education for...

Oxford student sets up volunteer tutoring service

A student at the University of Oxford has founded the “Coronavirus Tutoring Initiative”, a service which pairs university students with school students in need...

Oldest tree in Botanic Gardens damaged by Storm Ciara

The oldest tree at the Oxford Botanic Gardens has been damaged in the recent storms which have hit the UK. Storm Ciara, which made...

MP delivers petition to block St John’s quarry

Matt Western, MP for Warwick and Leamington, has delivered a petition to Parliament in an attempt to prohibit the construction of a quarry on...

University refuses to release Schwarzman vetting documents

Oxford University has refused to release documents to Oxford Students’ Union relating to the vetting of a £150 million donation made by Stephen A....

Torpidoed: winter rowing faces rules upheaval

Oxford University Rowing Clubs (OURCs) has announced drastic changes to the structure of this year’s Torpids, the University’s winter rowing races. Changes mean that...

UCU Strikes: What you need to know

The University and Colleges Union will begin strikes again this Thursday, Cherwell is here to tell you everything you need to know. When are strikes...

Bloomberg criticised for comments made at Oxford

Democratic Presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg has drawn criticism for views he expressed during a speech he gave at Oxford in 2016. In a video...

Oxford will be hit with 14 more days of strike action

The University and Colleges Union (UCU) has announced a further 14 days of strike action which will hit 74 universities across the country including...

Merton College to host “homophobic” RZIM conference for third time

Merton College will once again host the Ravi Zacharias International Ministries’ Summer School this year, it has been announced. The conference is hosted by...

St Hilda’s abolishes chapel in favour of multi-faith space

St Hilda’s College will abolish its chapel from next year, replacing the space with a multi-faith room. The announcement makes St Hilda’s the third...