History trip to Versailles

On Friday the 9th of June, a group of 14 eager historians studying the French revolution set off for a day in Versailles, to see where it all began. Despite the 5am start and 7 long hours of travelling, their spirits were not diminished as they enthusiastically posed for pictures and made continuous inquires and…

Charterhouse and beyond…

Oak Reporter James interviewed Tejasva Malhotra, a 2YS pupil, about his time at Charterhouse and his plans for the future… So, tell us a little about yourself Tejasva? “My name is Tejasva Malhotra. I am 18 years old, and I just finished my sixth form exams. I was sponsored by an individual to this school…

Dele Alli: A man in the making

Since his inevitable move to Tottenham Hotspur in 2015, Dele Alli has taken the premier league by storm- exceeding initial expectations which were placed on the, then, 19-year-old and “Football League Young Player of the Year”. Just two years on and entering his third season with Spurs, Alli finds himself as perhaps one of the…

The Charterhouse Mock Election

  In the evening before the UK would be hitting the polling stations, five First Year Specialists representing the leading political parties addressed an audience of Government & Politics students. The layout of the evening involved a prepared four-minute speech about each of their party’s policies, followed by questions from the floor. It was interesting…

Scorsese vs Scorsese

Scorcese or Scorcese? It has been 25 years since the release of the crime epics Goodfellas and Casino, both directed by the maverick Martin Scorsese. Goodfellas has long been seen as leading the gangster genre and rightfully so. In Casino, the cast all deliver stellar performances, with Sam ‘Ace’ Rothstein being grandly portrayed by Robert…

Gender on the Agenda for School Uniform?

Teenagers like me growing up in the 21st Century have frequently been dubbed as the ‘snowflake’ generation; something to encapsulate our sensitivity towards a far wider spectrum of social issues. In recent years, sensitivity seems to have developed into a ‘dirty’ word, especially by older and more ‘robust’ generations. An important question to ask is…