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One of Brasenose’s greatest strengths is our ability to use all of the diverse interests and talents of this wonderful community to play a positive role in the community around us, as well as in the wider world.
Dr Ferdinand Rauch opened the first Graduate Blurbs of Term by challenging head-on Economics’ reputation as a ‘dismal science’. Modern economics, he countered, was vibrant field that addressed major problems in novel and productive ways, exerting a big impact on people’s lives, while being at the same time intellectually rewarding.
One of the long term ambitions of the Brasenose College archives team is to open up the collections we care for to a wider audience. The National Archives, as part of their annual Explore Your Archive campaign, are spearheading such initiatives and ensuring that records kept in archives around the country are collected, made safe and accessible for the future.
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