NYMat19Over the Easter holiday, Angharad (2nd Year Biology & Access Rep), Joe Organ (Schools Liaison Officer) and myself, along with Maddy (1st Year Languages), Alicia (3rd Year Chemical Engineering) and Kathryn (School Liaison Officer) from St Catharine's College, Cambridge; went around North Yorkshire state schools encouraging students to apply to Oxbridge.

IftarOn Monday 27th May, Dr Leal and I were very kindly invited by Brasenose College student Abdullah Khalil to share in the Iftar at the Oxford University Islamic Society’s dedicated prayer room in the Robert Hooke building.

MargotSwitchStudying biology as a 2nd year at Brasenose, people often expect that I go absolutely nuts about the environment – and I am glad to say, that is one cliché I am happy to live up to.

LydiagraduateA little over three years ago, I was asked to write an article for the Brasenose website reflecting on my first term as an undergraduate student

MariaRyan4thChemI am currently in my fourth year studying Chemistry at Brasenose College, Oxford, the part of the Chemistry degree known as ‘Part II’. Unlike the first three years of my degree, this year has no exams, tutorials or coursework.

Vogt photoProfessor Katja Maria Vogt will give the 11th John Ackrill Memorial Lecture at 4.00 pm on Thursday, 6 June, in the Lecture Room of the Radcliffe Humanities Building.

This year’s Boat Race saw three Brasenose students compete.


Two of the students, Katie Anderson (Economics & Management, 2018) and Juliette Allen (Geography, 2016), were in Osiris, the Women’s Reserve Boat: Katie as stroke, and Juliette in the two seat, and Toby de Mendonca (Chemistry, 2016), coxed the Men’s Blue Boat.

harryjudge1It is with sadness that I record the death of Dr Harry Judge, aged 90, on 2 April. He had a very long connection with Brasenose as a student, a Professorial Fellow and latterly from 1988 as Emeritus Fellow.

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