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March 7th 2017

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Women At St Hugh’s Today – A Celebration

To celebrate International Women’s Day, some of the many women who are prominent in the life of St Hugh’s comment on being a woman in Oxford in 2017. Their voices tell us about living, studying and working here today, and show how much women are achieving in the University, yet how far they still have to come.

 

Inspired? You can read more about the radical tradition of St Hugh’s and how it opened up educational opportunity for women in our history pages here.

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