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Violet Mary Toy received a medal from Emmeline Pankhurst for joining the hunger strike in Holloway Prison

7th June 2018

The fascinating story of St Hilda's alumna, Violet Mary Toy, nee Doudney, 1998–1952 (English, 1908), was told by her son, John Toy, to The Scarborough News.

Mixed Touch Rugby Cuppers Winners

St Hilda's wins mixed touch rugby Cuppers

30th May 2018

St Hilda’s won mixed touch rugby Cuppers for the first time in 2018!

Many congratulations to all team members, especially Georgie Bingham and Angus Wight, who were St Hilda’s woman and man of the competition respectively.

St Hilda's Summer Eights Success

30th May 2018

Congratulations to all St Hilda's crews on their performances at the 2018 Summer Eights. Particular congratulations to M1 and M3 on winning blades! M1 moved up four places, to 5th in Division 4. M3 moved up four from Division 7 to Division 6, and is now 13th in that division.

Hockey Cuppers Finals 2018

St Hilda's Mens and Women's Hockey Teams played in the Cuppers Finals

23rd May 2018

The Men's Hockey Cuppers final took place on 19 May, with St Hilda's vs Worcester College. St Hilda's took the lead but fell back, came back again, but the victory was taken by Worcester.

The previous week, St Hildas were also in the Women's Hockey Cuppers final against Keble/Brasenose....

St Hilda’s adopts a revised investment policy to meet the challenge of climate change

22nd May 2018

St Hilda’s College has taken the decision to adopt a revised investment policy, which responds to the challenge of climate change. Our updated policy aims to ensure that the companies in which we (indirectly) invest are supportive of the...

St Hilda's garden team creates a Suffragette Border

Suffragette Borders in St Hilda's College Gardens

22nd May 2018

'Students at St Hilda’s are delighted by the new gardens, which offer an oasis of peace and calm. The new Suffragette Border also provides a link to the College’s heritage, which we are all so proud of. We are particularly pleased that the Hall Gardens include British wildflowers that encourage...

Professor Laura Mulvey receives an honorary degree from Yale University

22nd May 2018

Our alumna, Professor Laura Mulvey (History, 1960),  a professor of film at Birkbeck College, has been awarded an honorary degree by Yale University. She was among ten individuals who...

Variation and Contact in the Ancient Indo-European Languages: between Linguistics and Philology

Variation and Contact in the Ancient Indo-European Languages: between Linguistics and Philology

21st May 2018

We were delighted to welcome speakers and delegates to the conference, Variation and Contact in the Ancient Indo-European Languages: between Linguistics and Philology on 18 May 2018. The Joint Colloquia in Indo-European Linguistics was hosted by the Università di Pisa and the University of...

Principal’s Research Seminar, Trinity Term 2018, with Dr Linda Troeberg and Dr Stephen Wren

18th May 2018

The Principal began this term’s Research Seminar by introducing Dr Linda Troeberg, Associate Research Fellow in Medicine and Dr Stephen Wren, Associate...

Andrew Hyslop wins the Rolls-Royce prize for Thermofluids

18th May 2018

Andrew Hyslop (Engineering, 2014) was awarded the Rolls-Royce prize for Thermofluids during the University of Oxford Engineering Department's 44th Maurice Lubbock Memorial Lecture day. His supervisor for the project was...

Dean of York, the Very Reverend Vivienne Faull, has been appointed Bishop of Bristol

16th May 2018

The Very Reverend Vivienne Faull (History, 1974) will become the 57th Bishop of Bristol after being appointed by Her Majesty the Queen. Currently Dean of York Minster, she will be the...

The choirs of St Hilda's and Corpus Christi College

The choirs of St Hilda's and Corpus Christi College came together for a service on the first Sunday after Ascension

16th May 2018

St Hilda's College choir joined forces with the choir of Corpus Christi College on 13 May, the first Sunday after Ascension, in Corpus's beautiful chapel. We heard some joyous music, including Stanford’s Magnificant and Nunc Dimittis in G and Finzi’s wonderfully vibrant anthem, God is gone up....

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