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The May mizzle brought out the vibrancy of the garden colours at Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford this week for our lunchtime walk. ☔ 🌸

Meet the friendly LMH ducks who showed us around! 🦆🦆 ⬇️

The Oxford Union has hosted a vast array of speakers over the years, making it one of the most famous debating societies in the world! 🎤

Founded in 1823, the Union has promoted freedom of speech, hosted conversations that matter, and challenged public figures for nearly 200 years.

As the Union approaches its Bicentenary in 2023, they are looking forward to welcoming alumni Life Members to a series of special commemorative events that celebrate the Union’s past and look to its future.

Stay in touch by joining their alumni mailing list:➡️ https://oxford-union.org/alumni/
How many of these sustainable practices have you adopted in your garden?

🐞 Commit to organic pest control
♻️ Reuse resources
💧 Harvest water
🥕Grow vegetables

Next Tuesday, 17 May at 2pm, Trinity College, Oxford Head Gardener Kate Burtonwood will be offering tips for how you can easily introduce sustainable practices in your garden.

Register now for this free event hosted by Oxford Climate Alumni Network: ➡️ bit.ly/OxCANGardening

📷 Tejvan Pettinger, Trinity Wildflower meadow
‘The ongoing loss and degradation of nature and its biodiversity are amongst the greatest challenges of our time.’🍃

This week The Leverhulme Centre for Nature Recovery is formally launched. The £10 million Centre will tackle the challenge of halting and reversing this loss of biodiversity.

Read more about how the centre will support cross-disciplinary research: ➡️ bit.ly/LeverhulmeNature
Oxford is home to some of the greatest natural science collections in the world! 🎉

Oxford University Museum of Natural History holds over 7 MILLION historical and modern specimens including:

🐜 FIVE million insects
🦖 Megalosaurus bucklandii - the world's first scientifically described dinosaur
🙁 Oxford Dodo - and the only surviving remains of the extinct dodo.

Find out how state-of-the-art digitisation methods are ensuring the survival of these collections for future generations, and making them available to audiences all around the world! 🌎

Read full QUAD article: ➡️ bit.ly/OxDigitisation

📷 gnomonic, Flickr
QUAD: Russian invasion in Ukraine: an alumni perspective

Andriy Tymoshenko (Kellogg College, 2014), who works as Head of Management Consulting for KPMG and is the alumni leader of Oxford University Ukrainian Society, shares his experience of the atrocities happening in Ukraine.

Read how Andriy is helping with the evacuation of refugees: ➡️ bit.ly/OUSUkraine
📚Book of the week📚

It was a close vote this month but the summer read choice of our Book Club members is 'Gun Island' by Amitav Ghosh (St Edmund Hall, University of Oxford , 1978)

Goodreads says: 'It is the story of a world on the brink, of increasing displacement and unstoppable transition. But it is also a story of hope, of a man whose faith in the world and the future is restored by two remarkable women.'

The reading period starts on 27 May so join Book Club today ➡️ http://bit.ly/OxBookClub
Alumni stories: 'I created a resilience to bounce back when things didn't go according to plan.'

Following a spectacular win at this year's The Boat Race, Oxford Blue Boat champion and Olympian Angus Groom (St Catherine's College, Oxford, 2021) shares his journey from international athlete to blending academia with rowing. 🚣‍♂️

Which does Angus think is harder, training with Oxford University Boat Club or Team GB?

Read full interview to find out! bit.ly/QUADAngusGroom

📷 Row360 Benedict Tufnell
We are delighted that alumna Professor Irene Tracey (Merton, 1985) has been nominated as Oxford's next Vice-Chancellor.🎉

Currently Warden of Merton College, Oxford, Professor Tracey is a renowned neuroscientist whose research on the neuroscience of pain has contributed to a better understanding of pain perception and the representation of pain in the brain.

She was appointed a Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) for services to Medical Research by Her Majesty The Queen in 2022.

Professor Tracey said of her nomination:
'I am delighted that from next year, having already been an academic leader and college head at Oxford, I will have the chance to further give back to a university that I ardently believe in, and to my home city that I dearly love'

Read more ➡️https://bit.ly/IreneTraceyVC
The University of Oxford has launched a graduate scholarship scheme offering targeted support to refugees from Ukraine.

The Graduate Scholarship Scheme for Ukraine Refugees has been set up with the aim of providing further academic training for well-qualified graduates from Ukraine whose lives have been badly impacted by war and enable these refugee scholars to better contribute to the reconstruction of their country.

Find out more: https://bit.ly/3P7het5
Which do you think there are more of?

⭐Stars in the Milky Way galaxy, or
🌳Trees on Earth?

Today is and for fun you can find the answer over on our Instagram Stories.

To hear the latest space news from guests including John Zarnecki, Professor of Space Science who has taken part in high-profile space probe missions, register for the University of Oxford Astronomy For All Lecture 2022 series beginning on Thursday 12 May.

Register now for free: ➡️ bit.ly/AstronomyForAll22
How can a 400-year-old library help preserve the future of online information?💻

Find out on Tuesday 24 May when Richard Ovenden, Bodley's Librarian, explains why the Bodleian Libraries are more important than ever! 📖

Richard is in charge of Bodleian Libraries 13 MILLION volumes and is dedicated to making web archives more accessible for the public and researchers.

Book now for free to hear Richard's online talk 'Saving knowledge from the deluge: creating a digital ark'.

📷 John Cairns

Welcome to the official Oxford University Alumni page. All the latest from the Alumni Office includi

Operating as usual


Season's Greetings to all our alumni and friends!

The Alumni Office will be closed for the Christmas holidays from 22 December 2022 to 2 January 2023 inclusive. We will reopen again on 3 January 2023.

With very best wishes for the festive season! 🥳

📷 Oxford Alumni Office

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Last day in the office party game! 🎉

Post a book title below using ONE OR TWO WORDS from the book title given in the previous comment. Keep to book titles if you can, but if you're stuck for ideas, you can use an author's name.

Oh, and bonus points if the author or the book has a University of Oxford link!

We'll start you off with...
📚'Through the Looking Glass' by Lewis Carroll (Christ Church, 1850)
📚'The Looking Glass War' by John Le Carre (Lincoln, 1952)
Now it's your turn!

How long can we keep this going?

For some inspiration, take a look at all our Off the Shelf book reviews from 2022➡️ bit.ly/QUADBooks22

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Get free entry to University of Oxford colleges and the Sheldonian Theatre, plus discounts at Blackwell's Bookshop Oxford, Bodleian Libraries shop, UniversityRooms and the Randolph Hotel. 🌟

See ALL the alumni offers and discounts that you can claim this Christmas with your My Oxford Card: ➡️bit.ly/MyOxfordDiscounts

📷 Alumni Office / JW

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Big Oxford Quiz of 2022: Geography Question 2 🗺️

Intrepid globetrotter Michael Palin had a travel documentary, 'Into Iraq', on Channel 5 in 2022.

Which University of Oxford college did Michael attend? 🎓

Need a clue? 👀Take a look at the snowy college below!

Put your answer in the comments below to go into the prize draw to win a £20 Blackwell's voucher.⬇️

📷 Bill Tyne Flickr

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This week's Big Oxford Quiz of 2022 theme is geography: Question 1 🗺️

Name ONE of the four colleges below displaying magnificent Christmas trees this year. 🎄

Put your answer in the comments below to enter the prize draw to win a £20 Blackwell's voucher.⬇️

📷 Alumni Office (1-3) LinafromOxford Insta (4)

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📚Book of the week📚

'Visible Strengths: Capitalize on Strengths, Contribute Value, and Communicate Results to Accelerate Your Career' by Mary Adeyemi

Gwendolyne Brown (Brasenose College, 2022), who is currently studying for a Masters in Economic Development, recommends this insightful book spotlighting ways to navigate your career.

Read QUAD review: ➡️bit.ly/QUADBooksOf2022


It's time for a Friday Party Game! 🥳

The Sheldonian Emperors are having their Christmas party today and they are playing a game of Guess Who!

This emperor is struggling to guess who they are. 😕

From the answers below, can you help them?

Did I attend Magdalen College, Oxford? Yes
Is my matriculation year this century? No
Is my matriculation in the 1990s? No
Is my matriculation year in the 1980s? Yes
Am I on the TV? Yes
Am I an actor? No
Am I a chef? No
Am I a journalist? Yes
Have I had a TV show this year? Yes
Was it on BBC? Yes

Any ideas? Post your answers below to enter the prize draw to win a Blackwell's voucher! ⬇️

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Film Question 5🎬

In March, Magdalen College, Oxford were excited about three new Archive acquisitions relating to one of their best-known alumni of the 20th century.

This Oscar-nominated Hollywood actor starred as an elf in Santa Claus: The Movie.🎅

Can you name the actor?

If you need a hint, take a look at the Magdalen blog ➡️ bit.ly/QuizMagdalen

Put your answer in the comments below to enter the prize draw for a £20 Blackwell's voucher.⬇️

📷 Alumni Office /ZLB

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📚Book of the week📚

'Ukraïner. Ukrainian Insider'

This set of stories, accompanied by breathtaking pictures, captures and reveals all the variety and authenticity of modern Ukraine, its cultures and its people.

Yaroslava Bukhta (St John's College, Oxford, 2022), one of the 26 Ukraine Refugee Scholars at University of Oxford, reviews this book for QUAD.

Read review ➡️ bit.ly/QUADBooksOf2022

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Who's guilty of forgetting to return their keys to the porter before heading home for Christmas? 😄

looking festive surrounded by the Oxford Christmas markets along Broad Street.

📷 Alumni Office / ZLB

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Film Question 4🎬

Whether you love it, or hate it, Love Actually is sure to be on our TV screens again this year. 📺

🎞️Which cast member attended The Queen's College, Oxford University?

Put your answer in the comments below to enter the prize draw for a £20 Blackwell's voucher.⬇️

📷 zhengcx0329 Instagram

Photos from Oxford Alumni's post 15/12/2022

We love the dusting of snow in Oxford this week! 😍 Everywhere looks so magically festive! ❄️

If you're heading to Oxford this weekend for Christmas shopping, remember your My Oxford Card to claim discounts at Blackwell's Bookshop Oxford and the Bodleian Libraries shop.

See all alums list of ALL the offers you can claim with your My Oxford Card: ➡️ bit.ly/OxDiscountsOffers

📷 Alumni Office / JW

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Big Oxford Quiz of 2022. Film Question 3🎬

In August this year, film crews were in Radcliffe Square shooting scenes for the film Saltburn.

Name one alum, who attended Wadham College, who is a member of the Saltburn cast.

Put your answer below to go into the prize draw to win a Blackwell's voucher. 👍

📷 Wadham College


Enter the wonderful Kingdom of The Snow Queen, Christmas markets PLUS a full year of events including the Jousting Tournament, Food Festival and Easter Eggstravaganza with a Blenheim Annual Pass. 🌟

Claim your My Oxford 30% discount on full-price palace, park and garden ticket that can be converted to a free Annual Pass: ➡️bit.ly/MyOxBlenheim

📷 Alumni Office / ZLB

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The Earl of Pembroke admiring the Bodleian Libraries Christmas tree. 🎄

Looking for some Oxford inspired Christmas gifts?

The Bodleian shop is full of delightful gifts, and with your My Oxford Card you can claim a 10% discount! 🌟

Claim your discount ➡️ bit.ly/MyOxfordBod

📷 Alumni Office / ZLB

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This week our Big Oxford Quiz of 2022 is all about film. Film Question 2🎬

At the 2022 The Academy Oscars, name the Oxford alum who won their first Oscar for Best Live Action Short Film, The Long Goodbye.

🏆 Riz Ahmed
🏆Hugh Grant
🏆Hugh Dancy

Put your answer in the comments below to go into the prize draw to win a £20 voucher.⬇️

Need a clue? The actor's matriculation is Christ Church, Oxford 2001 ➡️ bit.ly/QuizOscar

📷 Christ Church

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It's Week 2 of our Big Oxford Quiz of 2022. This week's theme is Film: Question 1🎬

In February, filming was taking place around the Sheldonian Theatre, Radcliffe Square and Bodleian Libraries.

Which film was being made? 🎬

🎞️Wonka, the Charlie and the Chocolate Factory prequel
🎞️Ant-Man and the Wasp
🎞️Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves

Bonus point if you can name an Oxford alum staring in the film. 🌟

Put your answer in the comments below to go into the prize draw to win a £20 voucher.⬇️

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Big Oxford Quiz of 2022: News Question 5

In October, University of Oxford was named the best university in the world by the Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings 2023.

For how many consecutive years has Oxford been ranked the best university in the world by THE?

⭐7 years
⭐10 years
⭐15 years

Put your answer in the comments below.⬇️

Need a little help? ➡️ bit.ly/QuizBest

📷 Pixabay

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Big Oxford Quiz of 2022: News Question 4

In October, which rapper and music producer partnered with St Peter's College, Oxford in support of black students?

Put your answer in the comments below.⬇️

Need a little help? ➡️ bit.ly/QuizRap

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Big Oxford Quiz of 2022: News Question 3

On 19 July 2022, at the University of Oxford Radcliffe Meteorological Station, the UK's longest-running weather station, a record-breaking temperature was recorded.

What was the temperature?

🌡️ 37.6 °C
🌡️ 40 °C
🌡️ 38.1°C

Put your answer in the comments below.⬇️

Need a little help? ➡️ bit.ly/QuizRecordTemp



QUAD: Mike Bonsall on aliens, bio-threats and cool science

Professor Bonsall talks to QUAD about genetically modified insects, which could help battle malaria; Maths, which can help solve biological problems; his involvement in wine production (don’t ask); and, not for the faint-hearted, the threat of bio-weapons, the need for bio-security and a policy to go with it.

Read the full interview: ➡️

TIME FOR BIOLOGY - MIKE BONSALL ON ALIENS, BIO-THREATS AND COOL SCIENCE It's Biology's time now - the enthusiastically scary Professor Mike Bonsall talks aliens, bio-threats and cool science

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Big Oxford Quiz of 2022: News Question 2 📰

In April 2022, we saw an exciting weekend for Oxford sports with DOUBLE Dark Blues victories!

Oxford's men's teams celebrated wins in The Boat Race and The Varsity Matches 🏅

The 167th men's Boat Race saw the Oxford team win for the first time since which year?

🚣 2017
🚣 2015
🚣 2019

Put your answer in the comments below.⬇️

Need a little help? ➡️ bit.ly/QuizDoubleVictory

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Today we launch our festive Big Oxford Quiz of 2022! 🎉

To play along, hit like 👍 and add your answer to the comments below each quiz post. One winner, picked at random each week, will receive a Blackwell's gift voucher! *🌟

This week's quiz theme is Oxford news. 📰

Question 1
In January, we were delighted to congratulate members of University of Oxford recognised in the 2022 New Year Honours list.

🏅Name one member of the University who received the recognition.

Put your answer in the comments below. ⬇️

Need a little help? ➡️ bit.ly/QuizHonours

*Full competition Ts&Cs at https://alumni.ox.ac.uk/social-media-ts-cs

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Magical twilight looking down Oxford High Street towards All Saints Church. ⭐

Coming to Oxford in December for some Christmas shopping? 🛍️

Grab yourself some great offers around the city with your My Oxford Card ➡️ bit.ly/OxDiscountsOffers

📷 Alumni Office / ZLB

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📚Book of the week 📚

'The Bell' by Iris Murdoch (Somerville, 1938)

The next read in our alumni book club, as voted for by members. The discussion starts in January, so you've got plenty of time to get reading over the festive break!

'Originally published in 1958, this funny, sad, and moving novel is about religion, s*x, and the fight between good and evil.'

Join Book Club ➡️https://bit.ly/OxBookClub



QUAD: Oxford opens solar-to-health thin film facility

The new research facility, hosted at University of Oxford Physics, will provide cutting-edge capabilities to support the development of materials to help address industrial, societal and environmental challenges.

Read how the research will enable the development of materials including high-efficiency multi-layer solar photovoltaic panels: ➡️

OXFORD OPENS SOLAR-TO-HEALTH THIN FILM FACILITY New research facility is national and will help develop the next generation of advanced functional materials in applications from solar panels to electronics



It's !

We're saying a big THANK YOU to the hundreds of dedicated volunteers who run our global network of 150 alumni groups, providing a vital connection with University of Oxford, supporting current and prospective students and connecting alumni through shared interests.🙌

Discover our groups and find out how to get involved ⬇️

OXFORD ALUMNI GROUP NETWORK The main page for the Oxford Alumni groups, with an interactive map showing the location of groups, a calendar of activities, and links to other resources for alumni groups

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For we'd love to know your favourite trees in Oxford. 🌳

Is it:

🌸Spring magnolia trees flowering by the Radcliffe Camera
😎Trees giving summer shade along the River Cherwell
🍂 Magdalen College, Oxford plane surrounded by autumnal leaves
🎄University of Oxford Chistmas trees!

Remember, with your My Oxford Card you can claim your special discount at University of Oxford Botanic Garden and Arboretum: ➡️ bit.ly/MyOxBGA

📷 Alumni Office / ZLB

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It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas! ❄️

Lights and decorations are up around Oxford city centre.

Coming to Oxford this Christmas?

Remember your My Oxford Card for discounts at the Ashmolean Museum, Bodleian Libraries plus at restaurants and hotels around the city!🌟

Find out where you can claim great discounts: ➡️ bit.ly/OxDiscountsOffers

📷 Alumni Office / ZLB

The Oxford undergraduate who was 'England's first football captain' | University of Oxford 30/11/2022

The Oxford undergraduate who was 'England's first football captain' | University of Oxford

Could you name England's first football captain?

And for a bonus point, would you know which Oxford college they attended? ⚽

Cuthbert Ottaway (1850-1878) was in his final year studying classics at Brasenose College when he captained the England association football side against Scotland on 30 November 1872.

Sports historians regard this match as the first ever official international football fixture. The match ended in a 0-0 draw.

Find out which other sporting events Ottaway represented Oxford at: bit.ly/FootballOttaway

The Oxford undergraduate who was 'England's first football captain' | University of Oxford The Oxford undergraduate recently commemorated by the Football Association (FA) as 'England's first football captain' is among the new lives added in the latest update to the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography today.

ACORN MAN 30/11/2022


QUAD: Acorn Man

Benedict Pollard (St Hugh's College, 1992) recounts how he is harvesting specimen acorns from special oak trees, to turn them into great oak trees of the future.

Read our interview with Benedict to find out how you can plant your own oak in Wytham Woods's new Bear Wood.

Meet Benedict Pollard: ➡️

ACORN MAN Benedict Pollard recounts how he is harvesting specimen acorns from special oak trees, to turn them into great oak trees of the future.

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If you're in Oxford next Tuesday evening, come and meet alumni at the informal OUS Oxfordshire pre-Christmas drinks. Look out for the dark blue flags at The Oxford Wine Cafe. 🍷

Not in Oxford? No problem!

There are Christmas alumni group events taking place all around the world! 🌍

❄️2 Dec: Canberra Oxbridge Winter Drinks
❄️4 Dec: Belgium Christmas Dinner
❄️7 Dec: London, Oxford10 joint Christmas drinks with Cambridge10
❄️15 Dec: Edinburgh Christmas Drinks

Find your local Oxford alumni Christmas events ➡️ bit.ly/AlumniGroupEvents

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Have you graduated in the last ten years? 🎓

We are on a mission to bring you the most relevant content, events and resources and we need your help! 🌟

🤗How could the Alumni Office have supported you in the run-up to graduating from University of Oxford?

🕔What could we do to support you now?

💬What sort of events would interest you?

Take the short survey and help us to help you! ➡️ bit.ly/RecentOxGradSurvey

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📚Book of the week📚

Watch out for Pirates by Julian ‘Jules’ Brown (Mansfield College, Oxford, 1983)

This travel jotting is almost like a series of vibrant out-takes from a juicy film!

Laced with hard advice for finding those small, individually owned places to stay in the heart of the old town, and travelling with a happy-go-lucky approach.

Read all QUAD November Off the Shelf book reviews: bit.ly/OffShelfNov

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Bodleian Libraries Radcliffe Camera looking magical surrounded by golden cobbles. 😍

Unfortunately, we're unable to offer you gold this Christmas, but here's the next best thing, a 10% discount in the Bodleian Library Shop!🎁

Take a look at all the great Christmas gift ideas in the Bod online shop ➡️ bit.ly/MyOxfordBod

📷 Alumni Office / ZLB



In 2020 Saba Karim Khan (St Cross College, Oxford, 2007) talked to QUAD following the release of her debut film about street children empowered by football. ⚽

The doc-film follows the lives of two boys who went from living on the streets of Karachi in Pakistan to becoming national footballing heroes by winning the Bronze Medal for Pakistan in the Street Child World Cup in Rio in 2014.

Read our interview with Saba and learn more about The Street Child World Cup ➡️ bit.ly/SabaKarim

SABA KARIM KHAN ON BECOMING A FILMMAKER Saba's debut film about street children empowered by football is a hit

Photos from Oxford Alumni's post 25/11/2022

Great to see that the Lamb and Flag pub has reopened on St Giles! 🎉

Let's hope that the Eagle and Child on the opposite side of the road will reopen soon too. 🍻



There are currently 150 regional alumni groups in over 90 countries! So wherever you are, you are sure to find Oxonians close by. 👋

Festive events this December around the world include:
🎵Christmas Carols in San Diego, USA
🎨Tour of ‘Lee Miller & Picasso’ exhibition in West Suss*x, UK
🍷Winter drinks in Canberra, Australia
🍨Christmas lunch in Florence, Italy
🎁Christmas markets and mulled wine in Hamburg, Germany
🥂Christmas drinks in Liverpool or Oxford, UK

Book your place at one of our group Christmas events ➡️

OXFORD ALUMNI GROUP NETWORK The main page for the Oxford Alumni groups, with an interactive map showing the location of groups, a calendar of activities, and links to other resources for alumni groups

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Is there anything more magical than cycling under the illuminated Bridge of Sighs on a winter's evening? 🤩

If you're heading back to Oxford for a festive break, take a look at all the hotel discounts for Oxford alumni at The Randolph, Marlborough Arms and University Rooms:➡️ bit.ly/MyOxOffers

📷 Alumni Office / ZLB

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Want to know what Oxford looks like from the Sheldonian Cupola?👀

With your My Oxford Card you can visit the Sheldonian Theatre for free! ➡️ bit.ly/MyOxSheldonian

📷 Alumni Office / ZLB

Oxford Alumni: our story

We keep alumni of the University of Oxford connected to the University and to one another. This includes our Leavers’ Fair in June for graduating students, Meeting Minds events for alumni around the world, and our Oxford Alumni Community platform to help you find jobs, connections, and mentors.

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