20th February 2019
Politics reduced to the metric of ‘standard of living’ has helped open the door to populism in the UK said Stewart Wood, Labour peer in the House of Lords and Fellow of Practice at Oxford's Blavatnik School of Government.
18th February 2019
Wadham’s extraordinary collection of the first four Shakespeare folios are the subject of a series of short films featuring Oxford’s Professor of Shakespeare studies, Emma Smith.
14th February 2019
Teach First Wadham Bursary holder Clara Breakwell (French, 2010) returns to Wadham with forty Year 6 students from Elmhurst Primary School in Newham, East London, where she teaches.
13th February 2019
A new CD featuring Wadham’s fabulous Chapel Choir has gone on sale in Wadham Lodge.
12th February 2019
By telling individual stories of injustice, Wadham alumna and journalist Amelia Gentleman not only revealed the Windrush scandal, she forced action from Government.
7th February 2019
Student applications are now open for this year’s Wadham College travel grants.
6th February 2019
Wadham alumni – have you bought your tickets for the 2019 Wadham Ball, Féerie?
5th February 2019
Naming a tutorial room in Wadham's Back Quad development, Wadham alumna Siripattra Kusuwan encourages giving back to the college which helped shape her.
4th February 2019
Three Wadham members are travelling to Fukushima in Japan with Oxford University Orchestra as part of a musical regeneration project.
Wadham’s Research Associates organised a ‘sell-out’ tour of the Wadham’s magnificent collection of of paintings and portraits, led by Emeritus Fellow, Stephen Goss.
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