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Arabella at a Window of Hope rehearsal with the children
Having been involved in drama whilst at Teddy Hall, Arabella Lawson (2006, Modern Languages) tells of how a theatre project gave hope and a sense of purpose to disabled children in a Jordanian refugee camp
Door into the Front Quad at St Edmund Hall
We look forward to welcoming visitors on Sunday 10 September to explore the College and take tours of our library
Photo of MacGIllivray
News from poet, musician and alumna Kirsten Norrie (1997, Fine Art), known artistically as MacGillivray, on her upcoming projects about Sitting Bull and Mary Queen of Scots
Jenna Herman (1999, Fine art ) and Lucy Reynolds (1997, English)
Parrots Don’t Live in the City! is the first in a series of four children’s storybooks from the new writer and illustrator duo, Lucy Reynolds and Jenna Herman.
The Oxford University Lightweight Four, including Teddy Hall's Doug Chesterton
St Edmund Hall’s Doug Chesterton represented Great Britain at the European Universities Rowing Championship in Serbia, rowing as a member of the Oxford Lightweight Men's Coxless Four
Teddy Talks VII: Aularian Women in Business panel
Last month, around 40 alumni and current students gathered to hear five female Aularians talk about their careers and experiences since leaving the Hall.
Elizabeth Raine, Zoology student at St Edmund Hall
Zoology student Elizabeth Raine has won the inaugural ‘Ex Aula’ prize for her engaging contribution to the MCR’s online journal
Montana Butsch
Montana Butsch (2002, MSc Educational Studies) gave his talk on his ground-breaking work with the Chicago Training Center
Graduation Photo of the Engineering Students
Teddy Hall celebrates the successes of its recently-finished students
Thomas at Yale University in front of an archway
St Edmund Hall DPhil English student Thomas Kittel talks about his recent trip to consult medieval manuscripts held in American libraries