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Saturday, June 25, 2022

Sam Millward

In Conversation with Ted Hodgkinson

From the window above my desk I can see straight into four of my neighbours’ offices. The workspace belonging to the family opposite sits...

Christ Church dean accused of mishandling child sexual assault case

Martyn Percy, Dean of Christ Church, has been accused of failing to correctly report the sexual assault of a minor. Percy, embroiled in a...

Tory balls-up!

OUCA lose £4100 thanks to poor ticket sales

Sex, drugs and gender roles: Frank Turner’s historical concept album

A discussion of the new historical concept album from Frank Turner, "No Man's Land".

Oxfordshire County Council vote ‘No confidence’ in Oxford Health

Councillors cite ‘lack of respect’ from health chiefs following no confidence vote.

Professor accuses Cambridge of anti-white racism

An Oxford Theology don has condemned Cambridge of their treatment of Jordan Peterson.

Council fly LGBTQ+ Flag for Oxford Pride

In previous years, Conservative Councillors had reportedly stopped the flying of the flag above the Chambers.

University to fund Erasmus alternative in case of No Deal Brexit

The University has made an “open-ended commitment to funding exchange activity".

Oxford University Hospitals staffing woes persist

The trust has exceeded its annual agency staff spending cap, as well as seeing an increase in the number of EU nurses leaving their posts.

Professor of Poetry Simon Armitage named next Poet Laureate

Simon Armitage, the current Oxford Professor of Poetry, has been named the next UK Poet Laureate.

“Isolated” Union Secretary resigns

The departure comes amidst rumours of tense relationships between committee members and that Harvey had been the subject of bullying, according to sources close to the ex-secretary. The position will be filled by Standing Committee member Spencer Cohen.

Tragedy for Teddy Hall in Uni Challenge final

Edinburgh beat Teddy Hall 155-140.

Oxford artist and masters student claim responsibility for Rad Cam climate protest

Artist Georgia Crowther told Cherwell "We must change, and many have addressed this and acted accordingly, but a nudge is still needed."

Figure made from rubbish appears on RadCam in suspected climate protest

An accompanying sign read "WHAT HEIGHT WOULD YOU GO 2 4 THE WORLD// OX RISE UP".