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Duncan Watts at Keble

The guest speaker at the latest event held by the Keble Social Sciences Research Group on 26th April was Duncan Watts of Columbia University, the author of Six Degrees: The...

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Congratulations to Heather McRobie

We are pleased to announce that Heather McRobie was the winner of the Hélène du Coudray Prize, judged by Fay Weldon and Tobias Hill. Heather's book, Psalm 119, will be...

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Keble MPhil student in winning Econometric team

Simon Quinn, 2nd Year MPhil, second from right, was recently part of Oxford's winning team in the international Econometric Cup competition...

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Rugby Success

The 2006/2007 college rugby season has been comprehensively dominated by KCRFC, setting a precedent by winning both first division titles....

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Justice Ian Callinan at Keble

Following a lecture last year by Justice Dyson Heydon (Justice of the High Court of Australia and Honorary Fellow of Keble), Justice Ian Callinan, also of the High Court of...

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Keble student shortlisted to win prize for best novel.

Heather McRobie (3rd year History and Politics) has been shortlisted for the Hélène du Coudray prize for the best novel written by an undergraduate at a UK university....

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Keble in the Boat Race

Terence Kooyker (Keble) will be rowing at number 7 in the Oxford crew in the 153rd Oxford v. Cambridge Boat Race on Saturday 7 April at 4.30 pm....

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Keble Past and Present

We are planning to publish a new illustrated history of Keble, to be edited by the Warden and Dr Ian Archer with publication planned for late 2008. A brochure has...

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Toynbee Hall comes to Keble.

Through the good offices of Richard Springer, David Hills Head of Young People and Families, and his team at Toynbee Hall in London, one of the first East End settlements...

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Good Fellowship

The engineer's maxim that ‘form follows function’ was the inspiration for a new sundial on the ARCO building. It was commissioned by retired Engineering Professor Martin Oldfield, and his wife...

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