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University of Oxford ceremony at which students are formally admitted to membership of the University. Learn more.
The present graduation ceremony retains all the essential features of its ancient predecessors, with the proceedings still conducted in Latin. Learn more.
Wolfson's member celebrate the anniversary of the birth of Robbie Burns in style at one of our Guest Night Dinner during Hilary Term. Dinner in the Hall is followed by a fantastic Ceilidh.
Wolfson College joins a set of competitions with our sister college in Cambridge, Darwin College. Besides the usual sports competitions (e.g. rowing, football, field games, etc.), we have decided to also include other society exchanges (e.g. wine, music, arts, etc.)
Wolfson's member celebrate the founding of the College during Trinity Term.
Cherwell Day is an annual punt regatta, croquet tournament, and dinner held at Wolfson College. Every year, members celebrates the College's geographical fortune on Cherwell Day.
19 October 2018The College Record 2018
The Wolfson College Record is a formal account of the past year.16 October 2018College Nurse
We are delighted to welcome Helen Thornton to Wolfson as our new College Nurse. Helen is a registered nurse who will work together with the...15 October 2018The Academics At-Risk Fellowship Campaign
The Wolfson Alumni Office are launching a campaign with The Council of At-Risk Academics (CARA) to accommodate an academic and their family at...
Lectures and Seminars24 - 24Oct OctThe Kitchen Cabinet, BBC recordingWednesday 24 October - 6:00pm to 8:00pm
BBC radio's long-running panel show, "The Kitchen Cabinet" comes to Wolfson for recording. TICKETS MUST BE BOOKED via http://www.bbc.co.uk/showsandtours/shows/the_kitchen_cabinet_2018 PHOTOGRAPHIC ID MUST BE SHOWN FOR ENTRYLectures and Seminars25 - 25Oct OctText and Textiles: Approaches to Material Past in South AsiaThursday 25 October - 5:00pm
The Spinners and Weavers of the Dacca Factory: Rethinking Worker's Histories of Muslin Production in Bengal by Samia Khatun -a writer, filmmaker and cultural historian and her research focuses in upon on the experiences, knowledges and life-worlds of colonised peoples in South Asia and Australia.Lectures and Seminars25 - 25Oct OctAn Evening with Laurence Freeman OSBThursday 25 October - 5:30pm to 9:30pm
'Christian Meditation in a Secular Age: Rediscovering faith and belief' The main talk at 7pm in the Auditorium will be preceded at 5.30 pm by informal conversation and questions – everyone is welcome but booking is essential for both parts of the evening! Please use the booking form on our website.