Brasenose runs the Town & Gown 10K 2016
Brasenose College again had a fantastic turn out for the Oxford Town and Gown 10K charity race, with a team of over 70 students, tutors and staff joining Team Brasenose for the run in support of Muscular Dystrophy UK.
Professor Simon Palfrey, a Brasenose College English tutor, has curated a new exhibition at the University central library (the Bodleian) exhibition space, with Professor Emma Smith.
Boxing. Not exactly the first thing that comes to mind when you imagine the academic grandeur of Oxford University, but it has nonetheless ended up becoming a huge part of my experience here.
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Brasenose College was delighted to host acclaimed historian Simon Schama, writer of over eighteen books, on Thursday 12th May for a tea followed by a Q and A session and drinks reception on Old Quad.
Just Like Us
Former Classics and Arabic Brasenose student, Tim Ramsey, has set up a charity which sends recent LGBTQ+ school-leavers into schools to give talks and run workshops so pupils can hear personal accounts from people their own age about what it can be like growing up LGBTQ+.
Arts Week 2016 Launched
The annual Brasenose Arts Festival began on Sunday 8th May. This year the festival will feature...
Ivy Beer and Hairy Bikers
On May 5th Brasenose College took part in a number of traditional festivities.
Brasenose ‘Collect4Calais’ campaign
The Collect4Calais campaign was the first time I had really engaged with charity work in Oxford. The proximity and inaction surrounding the situation in Calais grabbed my attention and, together with Sarita Shah, I formed Collect4Calais.
Once again Brasenose is learning about its past by improving for its future. Old Cloisters is back to being a reading room for the summer term, however in the last few months a number of exciting discoveries have been made during the renovation works in Old Cloisters and in Deer Park quad.
Student Blog: Whiskey for Breakfast
On the last day of the winter term, laughter could be heard coming from our lecture room as the Pater Society played host to the improvised comedy group Whiskey For Breakfast.
Student Blog: Brasenose battle to Football Cuppers Glory
In a truly nail-biting match at Iffley Road (the Wembley of Football Cuppers), Brasenose College triumphed over Teddy Hall last Friday.
Ian gets Marie Curie
Ian Gibbs-Seymour has been awarded a Marie Curie Fellowship.
Williamson Prize goes to Brasenose tutor
Professor Christopher McKenna has won the prestigious Harold F. Williamson Prize.
Student Blog: Rubber Duck
“Tell me, what exactly is the function of a rubber duck?”
Student Blog: Moot Points
This spring Matthew Ward (Second Year, Law) and I competed as part of the Oxford team in the International Monroe E. Price Media Law Moot Court Competition in Oxford.
Student Blog: PPE Society
The Brasesnose PPE (Philosophy, Politics and Economics) Society was set up in 2016 by us, (Vivek Gupta and Will Feerick) two second year PPE-ists. The aim of the society is to invite interesting speakers to come and talk to students on topics related to one of the three subjects.
Student Blog: Les Milibandles
If you’d told me a year ago that there was going to be a performance of the musical ‘Les Milibandles’, I would have made some very sarcastic noises of disbelief.
Dr Helen Firth delivers prestigious lecture
Last month former Brasenose student Helen Firth delivered the inaugural Lady Estelle Wolfson lecture in translational medicine at The Royal College of Physicians’.
Student Blog: A Summer in Uganda
This Summer I decided to avoid the traditional Summer Internship, and instead spend two months on a voluntary project in Uganda.
Student Blog: Ale Verses 2016
On the 9th February, Brasenose College came together to celebrate Shrove Tuesday, the last day before lent, through the traditional Ale Verses.