15th February 2018
Wadham undergrad and former SU President Lucas Bertholdi-Saad (History and Economics, 2015) has been elected to a sabbatical position on the Oxford Student Union Committee.
12th February 2018
It’s time for Wadham students to get creative and enter the Rex Warner Prize competition for original short stories, poems or translation.
10th February 2018
A traditional Boat Burning ceremony took place in the College gardens in February.
7th February 2018
Friends and colleagues of the late James Henry Weldon Morwood, 1943 – 2017, gathered in Oxford's Sheldonian Theatre to remember this great classicist.
6th February 2018
Marking 100 years since (some) women were granted the right to vote, Wadham College is proudly flying a ‘Votes for Women’ flag in the suffrage colours , green white and purple.
5th February 2018
Want to watch the progress of Wadham’s student accommodation building in the Iffley Road?
25th January 2018
These informal gatherings of Wadham alumni and friends – usually in a pub or bar - are not only becoming increasingly popular, they have taken off internationally.
PROMYS Europe, a challenging six-week residential summer programme at Wadham College, is seeking pre-university students from across Europe who show unusual readiness to think deeply about mathematics.
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.
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