Editors-in-Chief Best wishes, and happy end of term, A matter was recently brought to our attention regarding an article about Lana Del Rey written and posted in June, and we were made aware that this piece as well as the handling of another piece prior failed to consider the perspectives of BAME women and their experiences with feminism. We also acknowledge that other similar instances may have occurred before this, and for this we as a paper take responsibility and apologise. We have also taken the need for broadened perspectives into account when interviewing staff, and as we have begun to train them, awareness of key issues has been and will continue to be included. Cherwell is read across the University, and often outside of it, and this means we can and should do our part to effect change. We at Cherwell are incredibly excited to begin the next term, whatever it may hold. Preparing for the future necessitates examining our past, and just as Oxford has changed over the years in response to calls for greater diversity, Cherwell has endeavoured to make itself a platform with which all students can engage and participate. The paper has embraced these changes, but we acknowledge that change has often not gone far enough and the paper has sometimes failed to sufficiently reform its attitudes and approaches to journalism. While we have begun to move forward, particularly in light of recent events highlighting racial inequality not only abroad but also at the University, Cherwell still has a way to go. As recently as this past term, members of staff have not always been receptive to the views and experiences of other students when they differ from their own. It is a long journey, one which will far outlast the next term of our time as editors, but we hope to lay the groundwork now. There is great possibility, and we intend to make the most of it. Joe Hyland Deeson and Maya Misra As we look to the future, we wish to be a platform for the elevation of a diverse cross-section of Oxford voices, and we believe Cherwell has a value as a space for frank and open discussions. With our new BAME Lived Experiences section, we hope to enable people to share views that would otherwise have gone unheard. This is just the start of a new focus on the voices of students that have been marginalised.
Twitter MUP-RHTwitter MUP-RH In just over a month, more than a million applications from foreign travelers, mostly tourists, were received through the EnterCroatia system. At the end of May The Ministry of the Interior and the Ministry of Tourism have launched a website EnterCroatia, through which foreigners announced their arrival in Croatia. “In order to shorten the time of crossing the state border and enable better flow, special lanes marked by passengers announced via the Enter Croatia system have been marked at border crossings such as Bregana, Macelj, Rupa and Plovanija,” the Ministry of the Interior said on Twitter. Croatian. Important notice‼ ️ In order to shorten the time of crossing the state border and enable better flow, at the border crossings such as Bregana, Macelj, Rupa and Plovanija, special lanes have been marked that can be used by passengers announced via the Enter Croatia system 🛣️ 🚗 pic.twitter.com/dSuLpRMFfn- MUP-RH (@mup_rh) July 3th, 2020 Source and photo: twitter MUP-RH A few days ago, the Ministry of the Interior published a notice on its official twitter profile that delighted all those who used the EnterCroatia system:
–By: Citi Sports Ghana’s Jeffrey Schlupp was very pleased with his side, Crystal Palace’s, qualification to the last 8 of the Emirates FA Cup after they beat Doncaster Rovers 2-0 on Sunday.Schlupp scored the first of the two goals on the day while Max Meyer headed home the second to help them go to the next round.The Black Stars player has been in good form for Palace in the last few months and had gathered a total of 22 league appearances with 4 goals in his name.After the victory over Doncaster, he shared his thoughts with Palace’s official website.“I found a bit of space on the left side so I drove into the space and before I knew it, I was in the box. I thought I’d get a good strike on it and see what happens and thankfully it went in.We knew it was going to be a tough one and anyone who watched today saw that they [Doncaster] played good football but we’re obviously pleased to have come here and won the game. We scored two good goals and are through to the next round.We obviously knew if we got past this round, we’d be in a good position. Of course this is a special tournament and hopefully with the luck of the draw we might get a ‘lesser’ team, if that’s what you want to call it, to have a better chance of getting through. But obviously any trip to Wembley is special and hopefully we can do that.”Palace will find out who their next opponents will be on Monday evening when the draw for the quarter final is made after the final round 5 tie between Chelsea and Manchester United.