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Oriel Talks: The Material Things
5 October, 2016

Oriel Talks is back for the new academic year, and the theme of the first event on 18th October will be "The Material Things...".

Winners of Lloyd Davies Philosophy Prize 2016
16 September, 2016

The winners of the 2016 Lloyd Davies Philosophy Prize, Brendan McGrath and Amedeo Robiolio, visited Oriel on the final Open Day of the year.

Oriel College Senior Common Room by John Cairns
23 August, 2016

Oriel is celebrating its best ever finals results this year, with 38 students achieving Firsts, out of just over 80 finalists.

Professor Nick Eyre
2 August, 2016

We are delighted to announce that Nick Eyre, Oriel’s Jackson Senior Research Fellow in Energy, has had the title of Professor of Energy and Climate Policy conferred on him by the University.

Oriel College on University Challenge
2 August, 2016

A team of Oriel students will compete against the University of Manchester on University Challenge at 7.30pm on Monday 8th August on BBC Two.

Professor Lyndal Roper
14 July, 2016

Professor Lyndal Roper, History Fellow and Regius Professor of History, has been awarded the prestigious Gerda Henkel Prize.

Oriel's Winning Summer Eights Crew
31 May, 2016

An eventful week on the river resulted in the Oriel men's 1st VIII fighting off a determined challenge from Christ Church to be crowned Head of the River for a third year running!

Oriel Hall
24 May, 2016

Second year Biomedical Science undergraduate Shannon Guild has been awarded a runner-up prize in the Society for Endocrinology's national student essay competition.

Oriel team photo
16 May, 2016

A large Oriel contingent took part in the Oxford Town and Gown 10k on Sunday 15th May, raising money and awareness for Muscular Dystrophy UK.

College Choir
5 May, 2016

Following on from its debut at Evensong on 6th March, College members and visitors will have another opportunity to hear the Choir perform the College's new Magnificat, composed by Judith Bingham. The Choir will perform the Magnificat at Evensong on Sunday 8th May.

Acknowledging Equality
5 May, 2016

Dr Teresa Bejan was elected as the 2015-16 Balzan-Skinner Fellow in Modern Intellectual History by the Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (CRASSH) at the University of Cambridge last year.

Oriel Talks
3 May, 2016

The first Oriel Talks of Trinity Term will take place on Tuesday 3rd May and will be on the topic of 'Differences and Diversity'. Talks will begin at 5.30pm in the Harris Lecture Theatre.