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The Kardashians have made millions from misogyny

They aren’t feminist heroes, but they’re brilliant business women

Small town communities step into a modern world

A local tragedy reveals social media's role in the persisting power of small town communities

The enduring legacy of Cherwell’s founding father

Ethan Croft considers the way in which Robin Esser redefined student journalism

Queer spaces should solely be for those who identify as LGBTQ+

Straight people are an overwhelmingly problematic presence in queer spaces

Queer spaces can benefit from the presence of allies

With Queerfest on the horizon, Naomi Packer considers the presence of straight people within queer spaces

Prohibition kills. Why no progress on drugs policy?

Drugs policy is failing society’s most vulnerable, writes Joshua Harvey

The Harvey Weinstein scandal has shone the spotlight on Hollywood’s institutional sexism

The disgraced film producer should mark a turning point in the film industry, writes Shivani Ananth

Don’t separate black history from British shame

Naomi Packer argues that Black History Month should serve as a reminder of Britain's sordid past

May’s racial disparity audit is a token gesture of little substance

The government's audit does little more than affirm what we already know about racial inequality in the UK, writes Michael O'Connor

Cable shouldn’t fool himself – he won’t make it to Number 10

Nat Rachman argues that Vince Cable isn't an attractive option for a generation more concerned with change than experience.

Oxford throws freshers in at the deep end without teaching them how to swim

Oxford provides a 'baptism of fire' for freshers, writes Emily Patterson

Trump’s team of failures are running out of time

Adam John Ellison argues that the Trump administration will make history for all the wrong reasons

Misleading media coverage of Oxford must stop

Maxim Parr-Reid considers the impact sensationalist articles have on access at the University

Opposition to scholars’ gowns detracts from a meaningful discussion about inequality

Thomas Munro argues that support for the new OUSU motion is born out of envy, not a desire for real change

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