CassKennedyimperialThis summer I followed the well-trodden footsteps of many past Brasenostrils and migrated from Oxford to the big lights of London. However, I was not stepping into the customary well-respected graduate job but embarking on another four whole years of university: this time as a post-graduate at Imperial College.

HunterHunter Doughty, a Brasenose College doctoral student in the Department of Zoology and the Department of Social Policy and Intervention, has recently published a children’s book entitled Abigail Ann in the Bike Path Predicament.

SilverrushEvery few years, Brasenose College puts on display its silver collection, which is normally largely kept under lock and key. This event we dramatically label the “Silver Muster”.

ElinBethPhoebeHaving spent our first year at Oxford learning about various aspects of the human condition, the three of us studying Experimental Psychology at Brasenose College (Beth, Elin and myself) were delighted to be given the chance to explore the social aspects of a different country, with the support of the Michael Woods Travel Grant.

20160901 112830The twinning of my fate with that of another Brasenose alumnus, David Cameron, is not something of which I suspect even those closest to me are anything more than dimly aware. And yet, and yet…

CharleyDanceOxford is well known for its drama and thespian scene, with many famous actors such as Rowan Atkinson, Michael Palin and Rosamund Pike completing their degrees here. Yet there is very little mention of dance and, having trained in many disciplines for over fifteen years, I was worried it would all go to waste once I reached the dreaming spires…

HarteventOn 2nd of November the chapel was packed-out for the first in the Principal’s series of talks on Great Brasenose Lawyers celebrating the life and works of H.L.A. Hart.

RebeccaBowlerWhen I was a teenager I saw the most distant object I will even see with the naked eye, while standing in my pyjamas in my Aunties garden in Herefordshire

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