23rd June 2020
Wadham students have contributed nearly £20,000 towards staff employment costs in an effort to support the College during COVID-19.
17th June 2020
Current and past members of Wadham's Chapel Choir joined forces for this glorious musical lockdown performance.
16th June 2020
Aaron Kai Shankar (German and Portuguese, 2019) won the Student Union presidential election with a manifesto focused on working toward the Oxford Living Wage for Wadham staff and greater inclusivity in Wadham Student Union.
15th June 2020
Sharing evidence from Wadham’s access programmes in order to support best practice, Wadham’s 2020 Impact Report charts expansion of the College’s ground-breaking work.
10th June 2020
The Royal Institute of British Architects has shortlisted Wadham’s new second year student accommodation building in Iffley Road this year’s RIBA South Awards.
1st June 2020
In the second of our features following student lives under lockdown, Joseph Geldman (English, 2018) shares his experience of remote study.
21st May 2020
Addressing aspects of living in lockdown, a group of first year Wadham English students have composed creative responses to the Old English poems they are studying.
19th May 2020
So what is it like to be a student in lockdown? Wadham undergraduate Zahra Grieve, (Classics, 2018) shares her experience of third week of Trinity Term.
14th May 2020
Wadham's glorious gardens are looking their spring time best.
The poetry of Yves Bonnefoy and philosophy of Jean-Luc Nancy have inspired a new book by Wadham Fellow and Tutor in French, Dr Emily McLaughlin.