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4 November 2019

Carol competition winner

Congratulations to music alumnus Aaron King who has won this year’s Sir David Wilcocks Carol Competition with his new carol, ‘A Spotless Rose’. Organised by The Bach Choir – one of the countryR...

22 October 2019

Britain’s Constitutional Crisis: a new lecture series

The experience of attempting to leave the EU has exposed fault-lines and weaknesses in key British institutions – the operation of constitutional law, the role of the media and the hoped-for independence and impartiali...

18 October 2019

Student symposium on Economics

Philosophy, Politics and Economics student George Chantry reviews a recent symposium, bringing together students studying economics from across the college. Economics Professors Elizabeth Baldwin and Teodora Boneva organ...

14 October 2019

Texas Business Legend

Honorary Fellow Richard Fisher is to be inducted by the Texas Business Hall of Fame into their Class of 2019 ‘Legends’, following in the footsteps of business titans like Warren Buffett. After studying for hi...

25 September 2019

First Academic Skills Fellow

We’re delighted to welcome Oxford’s first Fellow for Academic Skills in an exciting new role developed to support our students at Hertford College. Dr Catherine Sloan has started as our inaugural Porter Fello...

24 September 2019

Hertford at the Supreme Court

Today’s historic ruling by the Supreme Court that the Prime Minister’s prorogation of parliament was unlawful rested on the work of not one, not two, but three Hertford alumni. Acting on behalf of the appella...

16 September 2019

Orwell week – 1984 Now

Following the publication of his latest book on George Orwell, English Fellow Dr David Dwan organises a week-long event investigating the impact and legacy of the author’s iconic novel Nineteen Eighty-Four. ‘...

13 September 2019

Hertford welcomes new Academic Visitors

We are delighted to announce that Hertford will be welcoming three new Academic Visitors for the year ahead: Professor Judith Herrin, winner of the Heineken history prize in 2016, is a British archaeologist and academic ...

11 September 2019

Olly Robbins becomes the first Heywood Fellow

A new fellowship has been created in memory of Jeremy Heywood (Modern History, 1980), who was Cabinet Secretary from 2012 to 2018. The post has been established through a partnership between the Heywood Foundation and Ox...

22 August 2019

University prizes for Hertfordians

We’d like to offer congratulations to all of our students who have sat exams this year, and are delighted to hear that several have been awarded University prizes for their exceptional performance or research work....