18th March 2017
Visitors to Wadham Antechapel will notice a small but dignified temporary memorial marking eighty years since the battle of Jarama in 1937, when Franco’s armies were held back from Madrid.
13th March 2017
A Warden who lasted less than four months, the laundress who claimed to have lived to 120 and a portrait discovered rolled in a coal-hole were among secrets revealed through Wadham's magnificent art collection.
9th March 2017
Wadham students planted six young trees as part of a carbon offset project following the winning Summer VIIIs boat burning ceremony in January 2017.
Wadham crews gave a strong performance in Torpids 2017, the University of Oxford bumps rowing race on the River Isis.
Zep, creator of the renowned cartoon character Titeuf, shared his career and quick-thinking drawing skill with an audience at Wadham College.
7th March 2017
Wadham rooms and gardens came alive to the sounds of Kurt Weill’s music for the College performance of Bertold Brecht’s Threepenny Opera.
6th March 2017
Raising funds for an accessibility ramp to the C Day-Lewis room, Wadham leavers have launched the 2017 #IGaveToDorothy campaign.
2nd March 2017
After animated debate, Wadham alumni voted to maintain the status quo and keep the Parthenon marbles in the British Museum.
1st March 2017
Poets, photographers and activists were among speakers at Wadham’s second Race Symposium focusing on the question Can Multiculturalism Work?
Catch up with activities, features and news from the past year at Wadham in this annual record of College events.
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