Katie Myint (Jesus, 2009) talks about mental health, studying medicine at Oxford and the joy of a Sunday fry-up
Join Professor Nick Davies for a comprehensive sweep through diverse habitats from arid coasts to Amazon rainforest, from Humboldt penguins on the Pacific coast to tropical cloud forest in the Andean foothills. Explore diverse aspects of animal behaviour, from leaf-cutter ants to sloths, butterflies and monkeys and discuss Nick's favourite bird, the cuckoo, of which Peru boasts 16 species.
OUBC alumni Zoe de Toledo (St Catz, 2010) and Alex Woods (St John’s, 2002) on how Oxford and rowing brought them together
We spoke to Jasmine Richards (LMH, 1999) about getting more BAME representation onto book shelves
We'll be journeying to beautiful Japan
for the next Meeting Minds weekend,
from 22-24 March 2019
Copenhagen is the epitome of Scandinavian culture where Modernist lamps light New Nordic tables and bridges over pristine waterways buzz with cycling commuters. It is also a photographer’s dream – few cultures have the reverence for simplicity, detail and understated beauty. These tenets drive everything from Copenhagen's colourful architecture to its world-famous furniture and lighting, which have created a city of genuine visual pleasure, laced with a sense of quiet wonder and delight.
...is now closed for the seasonal holidays, and will reopen on 3 January 2018.
We spoke to alumnus Jeetendr Sehdev (Wolfson College, 2001) about his career as an author and his work to end modern slavery with the United Nations.
We spoke to alumnus Ashleigh Ainsley (St Catherine’s, 2011) about his time studying geography at Oxford, and co-founding colorintech, supporting racial diversity in the tech industry.