We are now one month into our survey of Orielenses and are delighted with the response so far. Thank you to all those who have taken the time to complete the survey, we look forward to sharing the results with you later in the year.
We are pleased to say that Hogan Lovells Professor in Law and Finance John Armour has been elected as a Fellow of the British Academy.
The Oriel Choir have just returned from their annual tour, which this year took them to Italy where they performed at venues in Milan, Lodi and Crema.
Almost 5,000 invitation emails have now been sent out to Orielenses around the world inviting them to participate in Oriel’s first ever large-scale piece of alumni research.
Fellow in Modern Languages Professor Annette Volfing has recently published a new book with Routledge, entitled: The Daughter Zion Allegory in Medieval German Religious Writing.
We're looking forward to welcoming lots of potential applicants to Oriel as part of the University of Oxford Open Days on Wednesday 28th and Thursday 29th June this year!
Third year English undergraduate Dominic Hand has been named as the winner of the University's prestigious Sir Roger Newdigate Prize for Poetry for the 2016-17 academic year.
Booking is now open for this year's Oriel Garden Play, which returns in the 8th week of Trinity Term with a production of The Taming of the Shrew, directed and performed by Oriel students.
Fellow in Computer Science Professor Ian Horrocks has recently published his new book, An Introduction to Description Logic, with Cambridge University Press.
You can now book your space for the final Oriel Talks of this academic year, which will discuss the theme of 'Mirror Images'.
Oriel fielded the largest college team for the second year running in the Oxford Town and Gown 10k in aid of Muscular Dystrophy UK, which took place on Sunday 14th May.
Equality Fest 2017 will take place in the afternoon on Saturday 13th May, and all College members are invited to drop by for a relaxing afternoon filled with equality-themed events and discussion.