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Learn the art of Sattriya dance at St Hugh’s lecture-demonstration

St Hugh's graduate student, Oomona Das (MPhil Global and Area Studies) will be holding a lecture-demonstration on Sattriya dance on Wednesday 29 May at 3.30pm in Maplethorpe Hall. Through this lecture-demonstration, Oonmona will lead an introductory session on Sattriya dance, covering the basics and philosophy of the dance form. Participants will have a chance to partake in the session where Oonmona will guide them in the basic grammar of Sattriya dance, known as “Mati Akho...
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Alumni Business Breakfast: “Think like a Brand”
We were delighted to welcome our alumni to a recent Business Breakfast at the Museum of Brands in London, where our two distinguished speakers: alumna...
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DPhil student of St Hugh’s Fellow awarded annual prize of Society for French Studies
Many congratulations to DPhil student Hannah Scheithauer (Queen's) who has been awarded the annual R. Gapper Postgraduate Essay Prize by the Society f...
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St Hugh’s Fellow elected a fellow of the Institute of Physics
Congratulations to St Hugh's Fellow by Resolution in Physics, Dr Jack Miller (Phy...
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The Colin Matthew Fund 2024 is open to applications
This fund offers travel awards for historical research to all undergraduate and graduate members of the University of Oxford. Professor Coli...
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Alumna and Leverhulme Trust Research Fellow, Professor Wendy James FBA, has died
We are deeply saddened to learn of the death of alumna Professor Wendy James (Geography, 1959). Before becoming a Leverhulme Trust Research Fellow at ...
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St Hugh’s Fellow is co-author of research which uncovers remarkable archive of ancient human brains
A new study conducted by researchers at the University of Oxford, including St Hugh's Fellow and Tutor in Palaeobiology, Professor Erin Saupe, has cha...
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St Hugh’s Fellow leads new study revealing insight into which animals are most vulnerable to extinction due to climate change
A new study by a team of researchers at the University of Oxford led by St Hugh's Tutor in Palaeobiology, Professor Erin Saupe, has used the fossil re...
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St Hugh’s students part of winning Oxford team in Rugby League Varsity Match
Congratulations to the Oxford University Rugby Football Club (OURFC) and our two St Hugh's team members, undergraduate Ben Hughs (Economics and Manage...
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St Hugh’s announces winner of Avril Bruten Award 2024
Congratulations to first year graduate student, Sarah Marshall (DPhil, Classical Languages and Literature) who has won this year’s Avril Bruten Crea...
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St Hugh’s College to host all expenses paid Admissions Workshop
In an aim to demystify Oxford and the admissions process, St Hugh's College is hosting a two-day admissions workshop on 25 and 26 March on behalf of t...
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International Women’s Day 2024: Poem published for the centenary of St Hugh’s Principal Eleanor Jourdain’s death
On the eve of International Women's Day, St Hugh's is celebrating the life of one of its most influential women in the College's history, Eleanor Jour...
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International Women’s Day: St Hugh’s celebrates the conducting career of alumna, Alice Farnham
On the eve-eve of International Women's Day S...
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St Hugh’s postgraduate student selected to play for the Oxford Blues at The Varsity Matches
Congratulations to St Hugh's postgraduate student Michele Szegda (MSc Medical Physics with Radiobiology) who has been selected to play for the Oxford ...
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St Hugh’s Principal, Lady Elish Angiolini LT DBE PC KC FRSE, presents findings of Inquiry
On Thursday 29 February, the Home Secretary laid before Parliament the first report of the Angiolini Inquiry into the abduction, rape and murder of Sa...
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St Hugh’s hosts an evening of Cavafy with Oxford Professor of Poetry
On Tuesday 20 February, St Hugh’s College welcomed Oxford Professor of Poetry, A E Stallings (pictured on the right), to preside over an evening ded...
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St Hugh’s women footballers make it to Cuppers Final
Congratulations to five St Hugh's ladies who have made it to the Cuppers Finals as part of Summertown Women's Football team:  Carrie O’Toole (Engli...
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Time is racing towards Town & Gown 2024
The next Town and Gown will take place on Sunday 12 May 2024 and we would love members of our Col...
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St Hugh’s launches 2024 online lecture series: ‘Gifts and Books: From Early Myth to the Present’
We recently launched our 2024 online lecture series with our opening session, ‘Gifts and Books: From Early Myth to the Present’, presented by Prof...
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St Hugh’s skiers reach new heights
Congratulations to two members of St Hugh's College, Professor Horst Eidenmueller and Monty Pierce Jones (pictured on the right during racing), both o...
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St Hugh’s English undergraduate wins film award
Congratulations to St Hugh's second year undergraduate, Natalie Tiede (English, 2022) whose new short film, 'Windows'  was recently premiered at the ...
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Lady Elish Angiolini to retire as Principal in September 2025
  The Principal of St Hugh’s College, The Rt Hon Lady Elish Angiolini LT DBE KC, has advised the Governing Body that she will be ret...
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St Hugh’s Tutorial Fellow in Biology seeks to improve gender equity in Medical Sciences
This International Day Of Women and Girls In Science, we are highlighting the work of our Tutorial Fellow in Biology at St Hugh’s, Professor Rachel ...
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St Hugh’s announces The Catherine Ennis Organ Scholars for 2024
In 2021 St Hugh's launched an appeal to endow three organ scholarships at the College in honour of the late Catherine Ennis (Music, 1973), who was one...
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St Hugh’s alumna appointed CBE in The King’s New Year Honours list 2024
We are delighted to offer our congratulations to St Hugh's alumna,
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St Hugh’s alumnus appointed MBE in King’s New Year Honours List 2024
We are delighted to offer our congratulations to St Hugh's alumnus, Laurie Thraves, who has been appointed Member of the Order of the British Empire (...
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Research by St Hugh’s Fellow suggests that having employees with disabilities is a source of competitive advantage for organisations
Professor Luisa Alemany, St Hugh's Fellow by Resolution in Management is the co-author of some ground-breaking research which suggests that having emp...
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St Hugh’s Tutorial Fellow receives the prestigious Elman Award for Scientific Achievement and Community Building
St Hugh's Tutorial F...
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Professor Horst Eidenmüller, Freshfields Chair in Commercial Law, publishes new research article
Together with Dr Kathrin Eidenmüller (Judge, Munich Court of Appeals), who was an Associate Member of St Hugh's SCR between 2021 and 2022, and Conor ...
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St Hugh’s Honorary Fellow appointed lay Commissioner of the Judicial Appointments Commission
Congratulations to Professor Anthony Harnden who has been appointed as a lay Commissioner of the Judicial Appointments Commission (JAC) by His Majesty...
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St Hugh’s MCR celebrate students’ cutting-edge research
As her tenure as MCR Academic Representative comes to an end, Caroline Taylor (third year DPhil, English) reflects on the past year's MCR activities ...
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