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Stanislas Lalanne

No Mr. Hitchens, Russia is not acting peacefully

Stanislas Lalanne argues against the views laid out by Peter Hitchens concerning the Ukraine crisis

Union rules changes overturned a week before elections

The Oxford Union’s Returning Officer calls President's rule interpretations 'false' and 'misleading' as electoral rules changes are annulled

Union President facing disciplinary hearing over poll

President Mayank Banerjee will appear before a Senior Disciplinary Committee, facing charges of 'dereliction of duty' regarding last week's poll

Union rules changes passed amidst controversy

89.6 per cent approve landmark reforms as President Banerjee faces complaints over alleged rule break

Vote on Union rules changes to be held on Thursday

Vote on introduction of RON and slates to go ahead amidst calls by some members to move the poll to 6th Week

PPE-mail list spammed by trolls

Harmless email inquiry provokes thread of spam for society members

Old members out of order at Keble bop

Keble officials react to complaints about inappropriate and sexist behaviour at Entz event

The week ahead — 1st Week preview

Cherwell looks at a selection of events happening in Oxford during 1st week (12th October to 18th October inclusive)

Controversy over Christ Church GCR consent workshop comments

Comments made in a newsletter to graduate students at Christ Church have been criticized for trivialising consent workshops

Oxford researchers discover origins of HIV/AIDS epidemic

According to research by Oxford academics the HIV/AIDS epidemic almost certainly originated in 1920s Congo and was spread by the help of railways

The week ahead – 0th Week preview

Cherwell looks at a selection of events happening in Oxford during 0th week. (5th October to 11th October)

‘A third of young women have been groped,’ finds NUS study

An NUS study into sexual harassment has found it to be pervasive throughout British universities

Oxford tweeters third politest in UK

Tweeters from Oxford are the third politest in the UK, based on the percentage of tweets containing swearing

Labour hold Carfax ward in controversial by-election

Labour hold the student-dominated ward, but opponents say election was 'against spirit of democracy'