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Misbehaviour, directed by our alumna, Phillipa Lowthorpe, is available to watch online

21st April 2020

The recently released film, Misbehaviour, directed by Phillipa Lowthorpe (Classics, 1980) is now available to watch online. Staring Keira Knightly and Jessie Buckley, Misbehaviour tells the story of the 1970 Miss World contest and the feminist protest that ended with ‘host Bob Hope covered in...

Gathering donations for CEF Oxford

Helping to support the local community

16th April 2020

We are happy to have been able to help with local efforts to support the NHS in a small but practical way. Our Domestic Bursar and members of her team have been busy gathering protective aprons and gloves from our own stores and collecting donations from colleges across the University, all of...

Anneliese Dodds is appointed Shadow Chancellor by Sir Keir Starmer

6th April 2020

Our alumna, Anneliese Dodds (PPE, 1998) has been appointed Shadow Chancellor by the new Leader of the Labour Party, Sir Keir Starmer.

St Hilda's Virtual Literary Festival speakers

St Hilda's Virtual Literary Festival

29th March 2020

The year 2020 was to have been St Hilda's 11th as the only college curating its own day of sessions at the FT Weekend Oxford Literary Festival. As ever, we had an outstanding line-up of speakers, all of whom are members or friends of College. The 2020 Festival, like so many events, has been...

Dr Helen Swift is admitted as Assessor of the University

18th March 2020

We are very proud that Dr Helen Swift, Fellow and Tutor in French at St Hilda's, was admitted as Assessor of the University of Oxford on Wednesday 18th March 2020.

With the Proctors, the Assessor is a senior officer of...

COVID-19 Update

17th March 2020

In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, we have taken the decision to close the Jacqueline du Pré Music Building and cancel all performances with immediate effect. The practice rooms are also closed.

We thank all of our performers and visitors for your patience and your continued support. The...

Event Cancellations

11th March 2020

After careful consideration, St Hilda's College has made the decision to postpone all College events up to and including the College Ball that was planned for 2 May 2020.

Dr Nick Cammack gave the Hilary Term Lecture for the Climax Centre for Therapeutic Innovation

10th March 2020

We welcomed Dr Nick Cammack, Head of the Wellcome Trust's Snakebite Team, to St Hilda's on 9 March.

St Hilda's Arts Week, 8th week of Hilary Term

St Hilda's Arts Week

9th March 2020

St Hilda's Arts Week took place in 8th week of Hilary Term, 9–13 March. We enjoyed an exciting programme of events, with film showings, debates, workshops and 'hands on' creative sessions that have been ably organised by our Arts Officer, Georgia Watkins:

Dr Luke Jew with Physics Students at St Hilda's Principal's Research Seminar

Dr Luke Jew delivers The Principal's Seminar for Hilary Term

26th February 2020

The St Hilda's Principal's Research Seminar is an occasional series that highlights the intellectual life of the College. Each seminar is given by a Fellow about their research, in a manner that is accessible and interesting for both specialists and non-specialists.

St Hilda's College Men's Football Team wins Cuppers 2019/20

23rd February 2020

St Hilda's Men's Football Team have won the Football Cuppers competition! 

Having defeated Univ, Somerville, Worcester and St Edmund's Hall along the way, they met Pembroke in the final on Friday 21 February 2020. The closely-fought match ended with a 3-2 victory to St Hilda's, who scored...

Open Rehearsal of The Cellist by Cathy Marston and The Royal Ballet

'The Cellist', about the life of Jacqueline du Pré, premieres at the Royal Opera House

20th February 2020

The life of the celebrated cellist and our Honorary Fellow, Jacqueline du Pré, has inspired a new work by the Royal Ballet.

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