Student Blog: Brasenose wins Veggie-Pledge
Hi, I’m Mattie and I’m the Brasenose JCR Environment Rep. My role is to get students interested in environmental issues and try to make the college more sustainable in general.
At Brasenose, we embrace both modern and traditional aspects of Oxford’s unique academic experience. The latter category includes the College’s heritage assets which are held in trust for the benefit of future generations.
Student Blog: Big Organised Partying
Around three times a term, Brasenose students come together to ditch the library and spend a night dressing up, dancing, and delighting in each others’ company.
Student Blog: Erica at Brasenose
Oxford has given me so many unique experiences. I’m struggling to decide where to begin. I remember when I first arrived. Walking past the Radcliffe Camera to get to my new home. It was all so surreal.
Brasenose's LGBTQ+ Network
On Wednesday 12th September, Brasenose launched the BNC LGBTQ+ Network with an event for alumni in central London.
Student Blog: Welcoming our 2018 Freshers
I’m Brad and I’m in charge of Freshers’ Week for the undergraduates in Brasenose; together, the undergrads form the JCR (Junior Common Room).
Open Day 2018 - visit Brasenose College!
The last undergraduate Open Day of 2018 at Brasenose College will be Friday 14th September.
Geography tutor Sneha Krishnan joins Brasenose
Sneha Krishnan joins Brasenose this year as the new tutor in Geography.
Professor Richard Cooper – Elected as Acting Master of St Benet’s Hall
The Principal is delighted to announce that Professor Richard Cooper (Emeritus Fellow of the College and Emeritus Professor of French) has been elected as acting Master of St Benet’s Hall, Oxford.
Brasenose welcomes next-generation female scientists
At the end of August, Brasenose College hosted a Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Enrichment Residential Programme.
Student Blog: A Summer in the Bod
I spent the month of July neither on a Mediterranean beach, nor even back home in Ireland, but mainly in a very cold room called the Archives Processing Area.
Student Blog: Julien Goodman interviews Julien Goodman
I was asked to write an article about my year abroad and I didn’t know what to write or how to write it so I decided to sit down and interview myself
Student Blog: Sports Round Up 2018
Brasenose has seen another year of high quality sport and great participation from freshers through to finalists.
Chaplain Julia Baldwin: Interviewed
BNC's Chaplain, Rev. Julia Baldwin, joined us from Canterbury last year as our first permanent female Chaplain. She spoke to journalist Olivia Gordon about the transition from
Church to College Chapel, and the importance of a diverse Fellowship.
Student Blog: Life in Parliament
Having spent much of my spare time at Brasenose campaigning for political change, and then doing the same straight after I finished finals, when the chance came up to be paid to do the very same on Hillary Clinton’s campaign, the choice was simple.
Brasenose Graduation 2018
Last week Brasenose College held our annual graduation event, where undergraduates and post-graduates who have recently completed their courses return to Brasenose to celebrate the end of their studies, along with their families.
Student Blog: India’s Faithful - From Varanasi To The Taj Mahal
Thanks to the generous award from the Brasenose College Annual Fund, I was able to take a long sought-after trip to India this May.
Brasenose students in examinations success
Brasenose College is delighted to announce another year of excellent results in the summer “finals” examinations.
Student Blog: Brasenose Charity 2018
Brasenose’s Junior Common Room (our student council) has made amazing contributions again this year to charities in a range of ways.
Insects Through the Looking-Glass
However you feel about them, insects have always fascinated us humans. Egyptians worshipped them as Gods, they inspired the most famous scientists’ in history, and they are characters in some of our favourite stories – they become deeply woven into our culture.