23rd January 2018
Redressing the perception of Kafka as an isolated loner, Franz Kafka in Context, a new book by Wadham Fellow Carolin Duttlinger, places Kafka and his work in political, social and aesthetic context.
22nd January 2018
Celebrating the life and poetry of Robert Burns, Wadham students, academics and guests gathered in Hall on Friday for a traditional Burns night supper.
18th January 2018
Planning your summer? Take inspiration from Wadham students who, with the help of alumni funded travel grants, discovered marine biology's secrets; recreated Auden's 'Journey to Iceland'; and introduced Big Band sounds to Bangladesh.
17th January 2018
From teaching in rural Sichuan to charity work in Malawi and theatre in Edinburgh, Wadham students have been putting their alumni funded travel grants to good use.
15th January 2018
An opportunity for current Wadham undergraduates to enjoy a week of dedicated study combined with relaxation, discussion and household chores near Mevagissey in Cornwall.
Catch up with activities, features and news from the past year at Wadham in this annual record of College events.
11th January 2018
Two Wadham women weightlifters have qualified for the national power-lifting championships after taking part in the regional competition in Birmingham.
9th January 2018
A new portrait of Wadham alumna and actor Felicity Jones (English, 2003) has been unveiled in Wadham’s seventeenth century dining hall.
4th January 2018
Calling all Wadham students. The University of Hong Kong has announced the 2018 Crimson Summer Exchange Fellowship, an opportunity for graduate and undergraduate students to spend summer in China.
17th December 2017
Head Chef Neil Mahon has been voted Wadham College Employee of the Year 2017.
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