In 2017, the UK has suffered the worst combination of terrorist attacks for many years. In the face of these threats, Max Hill QC, UK Independent Reviewer of Terrorism Legislation, asks whether legislation passed in the national security interest undermines rights which we hold to be fundamental.
New portraits of a diverse range of people selected from over a hundred nominations by living Oxonians are displayed in the Bodleian's Weston Library
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Representatives of Wadham College gathered with builders, architects, planners, designers, alumni, councillors and local residents to celebrate the ground-breaking to make way for Wadham’s Iffley Road student accommodation building.
The ‘mythology’ that Lethal Injection is a humane form of execution was exploded by Reprieve Director Maya Foa in a talk to Wadham Human Rights Forum.
Wadham graduate student Fitzroy Morrissey is to take up a prestigious Examination Fellowship at All Souls College, Oxford.
How did words, sounds, visual, gestural, material and spatial components interact and inform culture in late medieval Europe?
Wadham Rugby Club Old Boys pitted their skills against the College team before enjoying a celebration formal dinner in the Old Library.
Wadham’s sportswomen reunited for a dinner celebrating the achievements of women in sport at the College.
Some 39 years since he witnessed first-hand a Wadham University Challenge defeat, Richard Senior (French and German, 1977), was selected to take part in the competition, representing Kings College London.
Police forces used to have a minimum height requirement. The stipulation made no mention of sex or gender. But it meant that fewer women could qualify to enter the force than men. So was that rule discriminatory?
A ‘first time’ presentation by a Wadham graduate student was awarded second prize at a major international Conservation Biology conference this summer.
Alumnus and benefactor Edwin Mok (Law, 1979) has been elected to a Foundation Fellowship at Wadham.
It is with great sadness that we announce the sudden death of Emeritus Fellow and Classicist James Morwood. James died while on holiday in Greece on 10 September 2017, at the age of 73. A memorial will take place on Sunday 4 February.
Latest news on the Dorothy Wadham Building student accommodation project on Iffley Road where demolition work is now underway.
Wadham's collection of rare books includes a Shakespeare first folio and a 1543 publication by Nicolaus Copernicus...
Wadham's ambitious programme to achieve fair access to university.
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