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Friday, June 24, 2022

Libby Cherry

Oxford colleges hosting group with “homophobic, misogynistic and Islamophobic views”

Oxford colleges have been annually hosting the summer camp of the evangelical Christian group the Ravi Zacharias Trust, despite the Oxford SU having previously...

The long read: the libertarian links of a private tuition programme

The Oxford Study Abroad Programme faces a worrying lack of scrutiny.

It’s time to accept Brexit has failed

Without any meaningful agreement, leaving the EU presents an unacceptable risk.

New data reveals suspension gender gap among postgrads

New data shows that 8.7% of female postgraduates suspended their studies in 2016/17, one-third higher than the rate for men (6.5%). The gender discrepancy...

Lib Dem MEP deems Polish Soc disinvitation “censorship on campus”

The Polish Society has said that their decision is final.

New data reveals suspension gender gap among postgrads

New data shows that 8.7% of female postgraduates suspended their studies in 2016/17, one-third higher than the rate for men (6.5%). The gender discrepancy...

Record turn-out for SU elections

The new record beat the previous best set in the Michaelmas Term 2013 election, where 4,494 votes were cast.

Revealed: the “hidden casualisation” of University staff

55.3% of staff held fixed-term contracts in July 2017

Wang Dan – “There are a lot of lies about true democracy”

The dissident and activist talks about democracy in contemporary China

Greta Thunberg – “we need both individual and systemic change”

Teenager Greta Thunberg is on a mission to prevent global disaster

History theses will be examined by supervisors in new trial

The changes are to ensure thesis examiners are "most appropriately qualified"

The Cherwell Freshers’ Packing List

After experiencing three terms of packing and re-packing, you will soon become adept in knowing exactly what you take to university. The first Michaelmas...

Oxford First-Generation students launch Alumni Community

The Oxford First-Generation group now have over 70 alumni members

Oxford research points to the need for divorce law reform

The majority of divorces were found to be granted on grounds of 'unreasonable behaviour'