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Hot off the press, the latest Wadham Gazette brings a summary of news and views from the past academic year.
Former Wadham Research Associate Dr John Miles describes the process behind the printing of Shakespeare's First Folio, in a new short film from Wadham Library.
Wadham College students have won first place among Oxford Colleges in a national climate quiz sustainability campaign, organised by Student Switch Off.
Balliol, Hertford and Wadham Colleges are collaborating on a new initiative to support school pupils during the pandemic, drawing from the academic expertise of Oxford’s graduate student community.
Two Oxford Preservation Trust Awards have been presented to Wadham College celebrating the Dorothy Wadham Building in Iffley Road as one of Oxford’s finest new buildings.
From his earliest memories of mathematical shapes and patterns to theories of consciousness and quasi-stellar objects, Roger Penrose shares his ideas with Wadham alumni in these fascinating discussions.
Wadham based students can celebrate Fairtrade Fortnight with a free chocolate brownie with your takeaway dinner.
Selection to the GB under-19 handball team has been an exciting achievement for talented Wadham undergraduate Zoé Lacour.
Congratulations to two Wadham students who have been elected to sabbatical positions at the University of Oxford Student Union.
Some of Wadham’s most valuable medieval manuscripts have been catalogued for the first time in several hundred years thanks to the work of former student Zachary Stone.
Wadham is proud to be flying the Progress Pride flag above the College throughout LGBTQ History month.
Could rust be the secret to next-gen computing technology?
Wadham's collection of rare books includes a Shakespeare first folio and a 1543 publication by Nicolaus Copernicus...
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