Student Blog: Interviewing Elspeth Garman
Biochemistry undergraduate Josie Pepper interviews eminent scientist, and Brasenose tutor, Professor Elspeth Garman.
Brasenose welcomes Julia Baldwin
Brasenose College is pleased to announce that the Reverend Julia Baldwin has been appointed as Chaplain, starting 1st September 2017.
Student Blog: Taking the Veggie Pledge
Meat. Cheese. Chocolate. Butter. Meat. Cheese! A year ago, these were all central—nay, essential—components of my daily diet.
Student Blog: Oxmas 2016 at Brasenose
Unfortunately, due to our first term term running from early October to early December, the Brasenose community aren’t together to celebrate Christmas!
Student Blog: Travels in the Greek Islands
Having 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.
A biography of John Idowu Conrad Taylor
John Idowu Conrad Taylor the renowned Nigerian lawyer is a seminal figure in Lagos.
Student Blog: First Term at Brasenose
As I write this review of my first term at Brasenose, I’m confused as to whether it has passed quickly or slowly.
A Reflection on Ten Years at Brasenose
The 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…
Theresa May says ‘Brexit means Brexit’ but what does Brexit really mean?
Professor Vernon Bogdanor on the Impact of the Vote to Leave the EU.
Brasenose Appoints our first female Chaplain
Brasenose College is pleased to announce that Rev’d Professor Judith Brown has been appointed as interim Chaplain, starting 1st January 2017.
Student Blog: More Brasenose Archaeology
This summer I was given the wonderful opportunity of spending a few weeks working in the college’s archives, alongside the archivist Georgie Edwards.
Student Blog: Dancing Oxford
Oxford 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…
Student Blog: Blunkett visits Brasenose
On the 14th October, David Blunkett gave a talk to the Brasenose student-run PPE Society.
Great Brasenose Lawyers
On 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.
Discovering our cosmic origins
When 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
International Relations Talk
On Friday 4th November Brasenose will be holding an International Relations talk by Professor Zeev Maoz.
Chris Kennard: From diagnosis to treatment
Chris Kennard reflects on an amazing career at the commanding heights of Neurology.
Student Blog: Brasenose (and Sharon) in North Yorkshire
An important part of Oxford’s schools outreach is the regional link programme, which has assigned a college to every UK local authority to act as their first point of contact within the university.
Prof Nancy Malkiel talk
Professor Nancy Malkiel is giving a talk on “Keep the Damned Women Out”: The Struggle for Coeducation on Tuesday 1st November, at Brasenose College.
Former Brasenose student wins Nobel Prize
Michael Kosterlitz, who carried out doctoral research at Brasenose College between 1966 and 1969, was yesterday named a Nobel Laureate in Physics for his pioneering work revealing the secrets of exotic phases of matter.