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Hildegard Prize

8th May 2018

The Hildegard Prize was established in October 2014 by the generous benefaction of Catherine Hughes (St Hilda’s, History, 1952), former Principal of Somerville College, under whose term of office Somerville became co-educational. In reflection of Mrs Hughes’s wish that the Fund should celebrate...

Chemistry Alumnae Dinner

We welcomed our alumnae back to St Hilda's for a Chemistry reunion dinner

30th April 2018

It was wonderful to see so many Chemists, from a wide range of years, at the Chemistry Alumnae Dinner at St Hilda's on 18 April 2018. We very much enjoyed hearing people's memories and learning how things have changed, as well as finding out about all the fascinating careers Chemistry can lead...

Istanbul: A Tale of Three Cities by Bettany Hughes has been shortlisted for the Runciman Award

24th April 2018

Istanbul: A Tale of Three Cities (Weidenfeld & Nicolson) by our alumna, Bettany Hughes, has been shortlisted for the Runciman Award.

Our Junior Dean, Katie Truslove, led the Oxford women's team at the 2018 London Marathon

24th April 2018

Katie Truslove, a junior dean at St Hilda’s College, finished the London Marathon in just under three and a half hours. Katie ran for...

Our alumnae were among the winners of 2018 Royal Television Society Programme Awards

20th April 2018

'The End of the F***ing World' (Clerkenwell Film / All 4) won best Drama Series at the Royal Television Society...

Nicole Taylor, Philippa Lowthorpe and Anna Hall

BAFTA Nominations and Awards for St Hilda's Alumnae

20th April 2018

The Virgin TV British Academy Television Awards Nominations in 2018 have been announced, and include productions that some of our talented alumnae have worked on.

'The End of the F***ing World' (Clerkenwell Film / All 4) has...

The Confidence Code for Girls is No. 1 on the New York Times best sellers list

19th April 2018

'The Confidence Code for Girls' by our alumna, Katty Kay (Mod Lang. 1984 – 1988), and Claire Shipman with Jillellyn Riley has topped the...

Dr Kathy Wilkes Memorial Lecture

We welcomed guests and speakers to the Kathy Wilkes Memorial Lecture

16th April 2018

Dr Anita Avramides, Southover Manor Trust Tutorial Fellow in Philosophy, St Hilda’s College, and Reader in Philosophy of Mind, University of Oxford, welcomed the audience members and speakers to 'Exploring Identity:...

Year 12 Oxford Brain Challenge 2018

28th March 2018

The Year 12 Oxford Brain Challenge 2018 was an exciting cross-curricular subject experience day, with a twist. On 16 March, we welcomed 34 students from schools in Hampshire, West Sussex, South-West London, Buckinghamshire, South Shields, and Tyne and Wear, who are interested in Biology,...

Professor Daniel Wakelin and Hannah Bowers present 'Revolting Remedies from the Middle Ages'

St Hilda's College Writers' Day 2018

25th March 2018

All of the prestigious authors and chairs who took part on 24 March are current members, Fellows or alumnae of the College. In 2018, we had an exceptionally impressive line up to mark College's 125th anniversary.

Dr Jonathan Williams and his co-composers have been nominated for a BAFTA award

23rd March 2018

Our Musical Director, Dr Jonathan Williams, and his co-composers have been nominated for a BAFTA award for the soundtrack of ...

Middle Common Research Forum - St Hilda's College

MCR Research Symposium: The Five Senses - Sensory Stimulation in Education, Marketing, Neuroscience and Art

23rd March 2018

At our Middle Common Room Research Symposium, which took place at the end of Hilary Term 2018, our graduate student from a range of disciplines, from medieval history to twenty-first centure immunology, spoke on the theme of The Five Senses: