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Ben Atkins runs the 2019 London Marathon for Teenage Cancer Trust

10th April 2019

St Hilda's undergraduate, Ben Atkins (Law, 2016), will be running the 2019 London Marathon on 28 April. Ben will be raising money for Teenage Cancer Trust, an organisation that supported him from when he was first diagnosis with...

Dr Ann Dowker has published two books

4th April 2019

Dr Ann Dowker, Lecturer in Psychology at St Hilda's College, published Individual...

Professor Dan Zahavi has received a major EU grant for research on collective identity

4th April 2019

Professor Dan Zahavi of the University of Copenhagen and Senior Research Fellow at St Hilda's has been awarded a major EU grant for research on collective identity. The European Research Council has awarded Professor Zahavi...

The 2019 Lightweight Boat Race between Oxford and Cambridge is on Saturday 23 March

22nd March 2019

Among the Oxford Lightweight crew members is St Hilda's student, Dr Iain McGurgan, who is studying for a Clinical Neurosciences DPhil.

2019 sees the 45th running of the lightweight men’s Boat Race between Oxford and Cambridge. It first took place in 1975 on the Thames at Henley. This year...

Kenneth MacMillan: Making Dance Beyond the Boundaries DANSOX event, Speakers at the DANSOX event, 'Kenneth MacMillan: Making Dance Beyond the Boundaries

The DANSOX event, 'Kenneth MacMillan: Making Dance Beyond the Boundaries', took place on 16 March

18th March 2019

Sir Kenneth MacMillan (11 December 1929 – 29 October 1992) was a British ballet dancer and choreographer who was artistic director of the Royal Ballet in London between 1970 and 1977, and its principal choreographer from 1977 until his death. Earlier he had served as director of ballet for the...

Oxford, led by Hou Yifran, wins the 137th Varsity chess match

14th March 2019

Oxford's team of chess players were led to victory by St Hilda's student and former Women’s World Chess Champion, Hou Yifan (Public Policy, 2018), over Cambridge University in the "Varsity Match".

Congratulations to all!...

Holly Jackson and Violetta Suvini

St Hilda's undergraduates and Oxford University Orchestra members take part in the Japan Project

13th March 2019

St Hilda’s undergraduates, cellist, Holly Jackson (Music, 2017), and violinist, Violetta Suvini (Modern Languages, 2017), will be travelling to Tokyo with the Oxford University Orchestra in March 2019. As well as performing, they will take part in the...

Our Choral Scholars, with St Hilda's Director of College Music, Dr Jonathan Williams

Eight choral scholarships have been created at St Hilda's College

12th March 2019

We are delighted to announce the creation of eight choral scholarships at St Hilda’s. This has been made possible thanks to the continuing and generous support of Louisa Hemming. Many congratulations to the holders of the choral scholarships:

Sopranos: živa Alif (Biology, 2016) and Laura...

Professor Daniel Bulte, will lecture on 'Modern Mesmerism: The history and future of medical magnetism in the brain' at the IET in London

11th March 2019

Our Fellow and Tutor in Engineering, Professor Daniel Bulte, will give a lecture on Modern Mesmerism: The history and future of medical magnetism in the brain at the Institute of Engineering and Technology in London, on 13...

St Hilda's M1 and W1 both win blades at Torpids 2019

4th March 2019

At Torpids 2019, W1 finished with five-bump blades and rose to Division 2.

M1 also won blades. They ended this year's Torpids at 7th in Division IV, the highest they have ever been.

Many congratulations to both crews!


Emily Lawford wins the 2019 Philip Geddes Prize

28th February 2019

Emily Lawford (English, 2016) has won the 2019 Philip Geddes Prize. She has been awarded a first prize of £2,500 from the Geddes Trust, which is given to the most promising student journalist at Oxford University each year.

Scenes from a Play: It's the Wrong Way to Tickle Mary and Q&A session

Scenes from a Play: 'It’s the Wrong Way to Tickle Mary' and Q&A Session comes to the JdP

19th February 2019

Hosted by the Women in the Humanities programme, MaD Theatre Company brings this funny and poignant production to the JdP Music Building at St Hilda's College, inviting you on a journey through the north west’s rich cultural history to the time...