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Christ Church has been celebrating 2012 in grand style with a series of open air concerts in Tom Quad over this weekend. Thousands of people have come to enjoy the concerts, despite less than perfect British weather!
Updated: Tuesday 10th July 2012 8:38
At the end of May the McDonald Centre for Theology, Ethics and Public Life (a research instritute based at Christ Church in the University of Oxford) hosted one of its most exciting events, and welcomed eleven leading scholars from top universities in the US and UK to study the recent plight of universities.
Updated: Tuesday 19th June 2012 10:54
Hundreds of people from across Oxfordshire gathered in the Cathedral on Saturday afternoon for a special service to celebrate the Diamond Jubilee of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
Updated: Tuesday 12th June 2012 11:30
Summer Eights took place on the Isis last week, May 23 - 26th 2012, and culminated in a tremendous day down at the river on Saturday, with record numbers of supporters outside the boathouses, encouraged by the wonderful weather.
Updated: Friday 15th June 2012 15:37
Torpids tooks place in February 2012. Please click through for a full report and standings.
Updated: Friday 9th November 2012 7:41
Christ Church Cathedral is delighted to announce that we have appointed the first honorary lay and ecumenical Canons in the Cathedral’s history.
Updated: Monday 21st May 2012 16:17
The winners of the 2012 Tower Poetry Competition were announced at a reception at Christ Church...
Updated: Monday 17th March 2014 6:56
The marquees are up and the excitement is growing. Hundreds of leading authors and public figures will be joined by thousands of festival-goers from Saturday 24th of March 2012 for the Sunday Times Oxford Literary Festival.
Created: Saturday 24th March 2012
The Cardinal’s College : Christ Church, Chapter and Verse, by the Archivist Ms Judith Curthoys, is the first complete history of Christ Church since Henry Thompson’s volume back in 1900...
Updated: Friday 2nd March 2012 14:32
Christ Church's Savitri Grier, a music student in her first year, won the prestigious Oxford Concerto Competition at the Sheldonian Theatre on Saturday February the 4th.
Updated: Monday 13th February 2012 23:24