Alumna, Judith Portrait awarded an OBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours

Posted June 29th 2015

Congratulations to alumna, Judith Portrait who has been awarded an OBE for charitable services in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List. Judith …

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Anna Bellettato wins Outreach Photography Competition

Posted June 17th 2015

With the end of term fast approaching, we are delighted to announce that Anna Bellettato (2nd year Modern Languages) has won this year’s Outreach …

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Alumnus, Jason Sarfo­‐Annin receives prestigious Fulbright Award to the US

Posted June 14th 2015

Jason Sarfo‐Annin, an alumnus from St Hugh’s College has received the Fulbright-Nursten Postgraduate Award to enable him to study at Harvard …

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Royal Society of Chemistry Prize for Professor Anthony Watts

Posted June 11th 2015

Professor Anthony Watts is a Royal Society of Chemistry Interdisciplinary Prize Winner for 2015. Tony Watts’ award recognises his work at …

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Magna Carta: debating the date

Posted June 5th 2015

On 15 June 2015, the Queen will visit Runnymede to celebrate the 800th anniversary of Magna Carta. But are we commemorating the sealing of the …

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Student’s successful nomination for University’s Inspirational Teachers Award

Posted June 5th 2015

Teacher Sheena Kar from St Benedict’s Catholic High School in Whitehaven has won a 2015 University of Oxford Inspirational Teachers Award …

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Dame Elish Angiolini review into investigation and prosecution of rape in London published

Posted June 3rd 2015

An independent review of how the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) and Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) investigate and prosecute rape cases in …

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Philip Larkin letter declining Oxford Professor of Poetry discovered at St Hugh’s College

Posted June 3rd 2015

A previously unpublished letter from the poet Philip Larkin, declining the post of Oxford Professor of Poetry has been discovered in a safe at St …

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