TGphotoBy Rosie Thomas (Second Year PPE)

After last year’s monster fundraising effort in Oxford’s ‘monstrous orange’ themed Town and Gown 10k, Brasenose had a lot to live up to when the run came around again on 11th May 2014.

Dr NicholsonJohn Stuart Nicholson (1925-1983), a former Brasenose chemistry student, has been honoured with Royal Society of Chemistry National chemical landmark plaque, for his work in developing ibuprofen.

By Cameron Montgomery (Brasenose student sports representative)BNCRFC warm up. "It was a warm and sunny day and the Brasenose College Field of Dreams was set to see one of the most epic and eagerly anticipated mens rugby matches in years.

135th Heavy  Battery A438 19152014 marks 100 years since the start of the First World War. To commemorate this centenary the College Archives will be profiling some of its related collections on the Library and Archives blog.

MartaphotoBy Marta Dazzi – 4th Year Chemist

The fourth year project (part II) is by far the most exciting year Chemistry at Oxford has to offer.

Tom and ClareThe University of Oxford men’s boat powered to an emphatic victory against the University of Cambridge boat during the 160th annual Boat Race on Sunday 6th April, completing a clean sweep for both Men and Women Blues crews, and their reserves.

Baker BikesAs of last term, Brasenose now has a free of charge bike hire scheme for all undergraduates to take advantage of.

BeatlesatBNCThis week marks 50 years since the Beatles visited Brasenose College. The Fab Four came to Brasenose on 5th March 1964 for a short time, at the climax of a fund-raising appeal by the charity Oxfam.

Chinese New YearWe decided to see in the Year of the Horse in true Chinese style this year, as a typical friday dinner was replaced with something a little more oriental, and celebrations were held down the bar afterwards.

Burns Night 2014On Saturday 25th January, Brasenose College enjoyed a wonderful evening of food, speeches and dancing to commemorate the birth of the famous 18th century Scottish poet, Robert Burns.

Germinating seedlings Belize credit O. LewisDr Owen Lewis, Biological Sciences tutor at Brasenose College, has hit the headlines for his research on the positive effect of pathogenic fungi on biodiversity.

Brasenose offers map v2 - screen resolutionAt the beginning of January, the college sent out offers for undergraduate entry at Brasenose in October 2014. In recent years, these letters have found their way to addresses across the whole of the United Kingdom.

artbyUdyReflections by Daniel Udy, who completed his Fine Art degree at Brasenose in the summer of 2013, and has stayed on to take a Master of Studies in the History of Art and Visual Culture.

PalinIn November, Brasenose College was lucky enough to be treated to a visit and talk by Michael Palin, television presenter, comedian and star of Monty Python and alumnus of the College.

TheProducersThe Producers is a musical comedy adapted by Mel Brooks and Thomas Meehan from Brooks' 1968 Oscar winning film of the same name. The story follows the neurotic accountant Leo Bloom and washed-out producer Max Bialystock, as they embark on the ultimate showbiz swindle. But not everything goes to plan...

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