Recent graduate Rowan Milligan (History, 2012) has had her undergraduate thesis published in 'Anarchist Studies', an academic journal published by Lawrence & Wishart.
In weeks four, five and seven of Hilary Term, all are welcome to attend a series of pre-Evensong organ recitals in the College Chapel.
Applications are now open for student callers to join the team for the Oriel Telephone Campaign, which will take place in March. It's an opportunity to connect with other Orielenses, and to earn some extra cash!
Fellow in Politics Dr Teresa Bejan has recently published her new book, "Mere Civility: Disagreement and the Limits of Toleration" with Harvard University Press.
Booking is now open for the first Oriel Talks of 2017 on Thursday 19th January, which will be on the theme of "Resilience".
Tickets are now on sale for the much-anticipated concert by our Visiting Musician Sarah Connolly at the Holywell Music Room on Monday 6th March.
Composer and College Lecturer in Music, Hugh Collins Rice, has received warm praise for a new CD, including his sequence of modern compositions for medieval instruments.
This year’s Oriel College Christmas card, with a wonderful illustration by David Mostyn, is now on sale at the Lodge and from the Development Office (16 King Edward Street) while stocks last.
Congratulations to Emeritus Fellow in Philosophy David Charles, who has been awarded an Honorary Degree by the National Technical University of Athens.
The annual College Carol Services will be held on Sunday 27th, Tuesday 29th and Wednesday 30th November this year. Two of the events will be held at Oriel, and the other at Pusey House in St Giles.
The second Oriel Talks of Michaelmas Term, on the theme of “Make or Break”, will take place on Tuesday of 7th week, the 22nd of November. Booking for College members is now open!
We are pleased to announce the winner and two runners-up of the Gower Memorial Creative Arts Prize 2016.