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.
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.
1st March 2017
Poets, photographers and activists were among speakers at Wadham’s second Race Symposium focusing on the question Can Multiculturalism Work?
27th February 2017
Student applications are now open for this year’s Wadham College travel grants.
21st February 2017
The oldest custom built concert hall in Europe, the Holywell Music Room opened its doors to the public for the first time in 1748.
17th February 2017
Rupture was the theme of Wadham’s 2017 cross-college symposium attracting Wadham students, Senior Common Room members and staff.
15th February 2017
Should they stay or should they go? Join the discussion ahead of Wadham's Circles' Debate in March.
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