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As more scaffolding goes up in Wadham chapel, in preparation for the cleaning and repair of the stained glass in the East window, and the temporary removal of the chapel organ reveals ‘hidden’ windows, we take a brief look of the history of some of the chapel windows.
Leaves, the new novel from Wadham alumnus John Simmons (1966, English), set in 1970s London, reveals the complex characters of the residents of Ophelia Street.
Wadham College was the venue for the Encaenia garden party, following the ceremony at which the University of Oxford awards honorary degrees to distinguished men and women and commemorates its benefactors.
Wadham Professor and Tutor in French Christina Howells has become a ‘Commandeur’ in the ‘Ordre des Palmes académiques’ following a ceremony led by French Ambassador to the United Kingdom, Sylvie Bermann.
Despite the rain showers, students and their tutors gathered in the Warden’s Garden on Saturday for the 2015 Leavers’ Garden Party.
This short documentary film featuring interviews with students, staff, fellows and alumni was commissioned by the Students' Union to mark the 40th anniversary of women students at Wadham College, University of Oxford.
An original short story and a free translation of poetry are the winning entries in the 2015 Rex Warner Literary Prize competition.
Rugby Captain, Ben Coney Critchley (2013, Law) reports of double promotions a broken ankle and the thrills and spills on the rugby field this year.
Marking the end of the academic year, members of the Wadham College community gathered in chapel on Sunday for a service to wish farewell to Wadham leavers.
“Newspapers must continue to entertain, but they must also be a thorn in the sides of those in power, wrongdoers and those who abuse the young and old,” writes Wadham alumnus, journalist and author Robin Esser (1952, History).
A portrait of Nelson Mandela by second year undergraduate Will Forrester has been given pride of place in the Junior Common Room.
Horologists Rory McEvoy and Oliver Cooke discussed the history, design and mechanics of two of the College’s most significant clocks at the first event in the Wadham in Objects series.
Wadham tortoise Archibald Manshella secured a creditable fifth place in the inter-college tortoise race, raising funds for the DEC Nepal Earthquake Appeal.
A bust of the distinguished poet, civil servant and Wadham scholar Humbert Wolfe CB CBE FRSL (1885 – 1940) was generously presented to College this week.
A new video by Wadham Biology lecturer Cedric Tan uses dance to highlight research showing that homosexual behaviour occurs in over five hundred species.
Have you booked your place at our forthcoming open days on 1 & 2 July?
Visitors are welcome to Wadham College during opening times. Prospective students are welcome at any time. (You may be asked to return if an occasional restricted event is taking place).
- Term time
- 13.00 - 16.15
- Out of term
- 10.30 - 11.45
13.00 - 16.15
Wadham's collection of rare books includes a Shakespeare first folio and a 1543 publication by Nicolaus Copernicus...