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The Poor Print Media and Journalism Careers Event
8 May, 2017

The Poor Print - Oriel College's newspaper - will host its first ever Media and Journalism Careers event on Tuesday 9th May, organised in association with Corpus Christi.

Professor Yadvinder Malhi
5 May, 2017

Congratulations to Jackson Senior Research Fellow in Biodiversity and Conservation Professor Yadvinder Malhi, who has been elected as a Fellow of the Royal Society.

Oriel College
26 April, 2017

The Oriel Arts Festival will take place in second week of Trinity Term this year (1st to 6th May), and will see a whole host of arts-related events taking place around College.

Music Makers Award
25 April, 2017

Congratulations to first year Music undergraduate and Choral Scholar Chris Hill, who has been selected as the winner of the Carlton Male Voice Choir (CMVC) Music Makers Award (Young Musician) for his achievements as a flautist.

Oriel Talks Anthropocene
20 April, 2017

Booking is now open for the first Oriel Talks of Trinity Term on Tuesday 2nd May, which will be on the topic of 'Anthropocene'.

English Language and Literature
12 April, 2017

This year's Eugene Lee-Hamilton Poetry Competition is now open for entries! Current undergraduate students at Oxford and Cambridge are invited to enter a Petrarchan Sonnet on a topic of their choosing to be considered for the £60 prize.

5 April, 2017

You can sponsor the team of Oriel College runners taking part in this year’s Oxford Town and Gown 10k in support of Muscular Dystrophy UK on Sunday 14th May.

Martin Luther: Renegade and Prophet
3 April, 2017

Fellow and Regius Professor of History Lyndal Roper’s latest book, Martin Luther: Renegade and Prophet, has been shortlisted for the prestigious Wolfson History Prize 2017.

Oriel College
31 March, 2017

The College has this week started the process to recruit its next Provost, who will succeed current Provost Moira Wallace when she reaches the end of her term in August 2018.

Professor Richard Scholar and Asefay Aberaha
30 March, 2017

Oriel’s SCR Butler Asefay Aberaha will star alongside Professor Richard Scholar in a new theatrical show called Storming Utopia, which will be performed in locations in Oxford and Venice this year, starting with a performance at the Pegasus Theatre in East Oxford on Thursday 6th April.

Mere Civility by Teresa Bejan
10 March, 2017

Dr Teresa Bejan's new book Mere Civility: Disagreement and the Limits of Toleration, published with Harvard University Press, is making waves in the USA, where it is proving very topical in the current political climate.

Oriel College W1 Boat Torpids 2017
6 March, 2017

This year's Torpids competition was a triumphant one for Oriel's two women's boats, as the women's First VIII claimed Head of the River and the women's Second VIII got blades as they moved up into Division III.