Some 'inspirational' state school teachers have been honoured by the University of Oxford for the roles they played in the education of former pupils. Particular congratulations to Neil Robertson of Highgate Wood School, who was nominated by two of his former pupils, one of whom (Blue Weiss) is a 1st year History student at St Hilda's College. Find our more here.
Well done to all crews, especially M1 on getting blades. St Hilda's is now 48th on the river, our highest position ever. Congratulations to all!
On Tuesday 30 May (Tuesday of 6th week), Liberal Democrat peer and St Hilda's PPE alumna, the Right Honourable the Baroness Kramer KC will be joining students of St Hilda's College for the latest in our termly PPE seminar series. Respected parliamentarian and vocal Remain supporter Susan Kramer discusses the prospects for young people, asking whether young people really will be the biggest losers and what hopes there are of securing our futures. This event is open to all members of St Hilda's College, JCR, MCR, and SCR. Students of all subjects are encouraged to attend!
Professor Mark Franko (Temple University USA), renowned dance scholar, returns to St Hilda’s to deliver a guest seminar on his new research into French dance and neo-classicism. The title of the seminar is: Serge Lifar and the Interwar Dance Discourses of Neoclassicism (1930-1939): An examination of how neoclassicism was theorized in French ballet during the 1930s. The event will be followed by refreshments.