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.

veggiepledgeHi, 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.

clocksAt 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.

BOPcorridorAround 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.

EricaNuamah copyOxford 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.

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