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Colleges share more similarities than differences

“We all go to the same lectures and many colleges share tutors"

Why money matters: college financial and educational disparities revealed

Cherwell analysis of exam results data shows that seventeen of the top twenty best academically performing colleges are also among the top twenty richest colleges

Boris Johnson cancels press conference at Keble College

Johnson had been due to meet with his German counterpart at the press conference

Female lecturers: a rare sighting

Newly released figures on Oxford’s gender pay gap reflect an absence of females in senior university positions

LGBT flags deserve more than a week

February is LGBT history month. The flag should fly for all four weeks

Less than one third of Oxford colleges signed up to pay staff living wage

Only eleven of Oxford’s 38 colleges are currently accredited living wage employers

The collegiate system is in need of change

The vice chancellor's proposals to increase Oxford centralisation are both innocuous and sensible, writes Daniel Kodsi

JCRs vote for compulsory £1 donations to homeless charities

It follows a motion by St Anne’s JCR to add a compulsory £1 donation to battels each term for Oxford homelessness charities

Oxford University announces new diverse portraits

Over twenty new portraits for the University feature women, LGBTQ+, disabled, and BME people, and those from varied socio-economic backgrounds

Oxford heads sign open letter for EU residency rights

Vice-Chancellor and heads of 35 Colleges and PPHs write in support of Lords amendment to guarantee EU residency rights

Debate: Does Oxford foster a sense of community?

Maxim Parr-Reid and Tilly Nevin debate whether Oxford University fosters a sense of community

Which film best represents your college?

In a three part special, Jack Allsopp explores the movies that reflect our homes away from home

‘Keep the Damned Women Out’ – CherwellTV & Nancy Malkiel

Cherwell Broadcasting speak to Nancy Malkiel, discussing her book 'Keep the Damned Women Out'

College rivalries: good for life at university?

Colin Donnelly argues that college rivalries are an important building block of the culture in Oxford, whereas Antonio Gottardello claims they are a relic from the past

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