6th June 2017
Historian Cliff Davies, Wadham Scholar from 1956-59 and Wadham Fellow 1963-2016, was remembered by family, colleagues and students at a service on 4 June, 2017 in the Holywell Music Room.
5th June 2017
Wadham AI experts shared insights about the Fourth Industrial Revolution with San Francisco alumni at an illuminating and thought-provoking panel discussion.
1st June 2017
Some seventy years after graduating from Wadham College, alumnus Basil Hone (Law, 1945) looks back on highlights from his time at Oxford shortly after World War II.
30th May 2017
Wadham Chapel’s East window has been restored to its former glory following a lightning strike which caused extensive damage after a storm in June 2016.
Wadham’s women are Head of the River for the fourth year in a row!
25th May 2017
‘The Professor Is In’ – Dr Karen Kelsky debated the ups and downs of an academic career in the US, in discussion with MCR members at a recent Research Associate-organised event.
24th May 2017
War, trauma and surf therapy are the subjects of a new documentary film by Wadham alumnus Wynn Padula (Sarah Lawrence Programme, 2000-01).
22nd May 2017
An uplifting programme of classical solos was performed by members of Wadham College Chapel Choir in the Holywell Music Room.
18th May 2017
Fear, exhaustion, and occasional moments of relief that were inevitable ingredients of sea travel in the ancient world are explored in a new commentary on Vergil's Aeneid, Book 3, by Wadham Classicists Stephen Heyworth and James Morwood.
17th May 2017
The fascinating story of Wadham alumnus, adventurer and hero George Aylwin Hogg (1915 –1945) has been detailed in a new book by his nephew Mark Aylwin Thomas.
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