Spectrum Ball: a kaleidoscope of colour

The much-anticipated Spectrum Ball created by the partnership between St. Anne’s and St. Peter’s and held on Saturday 13th May brought a colourful ball to the Oxford ball scene. The £95 ticket included food and drink, transportation to and from the venue, a Ferris wheel and dodgems, and the selected entertainment of the evening. Unlike […]

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Living Wage rage hits St Anne’s

Over 300 staff and students at St Anne’s have signed a petition demanding the living wage for all college employees. This comes in the lead up to when the university’s Personnel Committee will meet in Wellington Square to make an important decision on the living wage on Thursday morning. Several Oxford colleges already pay the […]

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JCR investigates college surveillance

St Anne’s JCR has passed a mandate to investigate the data collected by college officials as to the security and whereabouts of students. The motion “to determine the full extent of data collected on students and work with college authorities to remove such concerns” was passed with an overwhelming majority after the installation of electronic […]

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Creative fresher wins chemistry award

Jessica Ham, a fresher studying Chemistry at St Anne’s College, has been awarded the 2012 Bill Bryson Prize by the Royal Society of Chemistry for her ‘Flask in a Mask’ comic strip. The competition was created as a way to encourage and recognize clear science communication in primary and secondary school students in both the UK and […]

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