Summer Eights success!

Posted May 25th 2018

St Hugh’s won a number of blades in a successful Summer Eights campaign this year. W1 rowed over a sandwich boat, bumped Merton on the same …

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‘Women on the Inside’ panel discussion

Posted May 23rd 2018

The College is co-hosting a panel discussion with the Criminology Centre entitled: ‘Women on the Inside: A discussion on the impact of prison on …

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College hosts 2018 Bookfeast festival

Posted May 22nd 2018

More than 1700 primary school children visited St Hugh’s earlier this month, to attend the annual Bookfeast festival. The festival promotes a …

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Maria Sibylla Merian’s ‘Metamorphosis Insectorum Surinamensium’ donated to the library

Posted May 22nd 2018

Clare Todd (née Griffiths) (Italian and French, 1952) and Alan Todd have very kindly donated a facsimile of Metamorphosis Insectorum …

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Royal Society’s Biology Letters publishes Professor Ruth Baker’s and Professor Antoine Jerusalem’s opinion piece on machine learning

Posted May 18th 2018

Professors Ruth Baker and Antoine Jerusalem have had an article on mechanistic versus machine learning published in Biology Letters. The full …

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Congratulations to Professor Katherine Willis!

Posted May 15th 2018

Congratulations from all at St Hugh’s to our Honorary Fellow, Professor Katherine Willis, on her election as Principal of St Edmund Hall. …

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Well done to our Town and Gown runners!

Posted May 14th 2018

St Hugh’s fielded a very large team for the Town and Gown yesterday. Congratulations to everyone who completed the race! It was for a very …

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Alumni Weekend in North America

Posted May 11th 2018

From the ‘City of Dreaming Spires’ to the ‘City by the Bay’, hundreds of Oxonians from around the globe descended on San …

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