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Alumni came together in the Australian capital to mark the coming of spring at OUS Canberra’s May morning celebrations.
Around 70 Oxonians and performers sipped champagne and tucked into croissants as they watched the spectacle.
Canberra’s equivalent to Magdalen Tower and the River Cherwell is the Carillon on Aspen Island on Lake Burley Griffin, where alumni gathered to take part in celebrations.
The event featured a wonderful juxtaposition of the choir followed by the enthusiastic Morris dancing of the Surly Griffins.
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25 May 2017
Professor Archie Brown will question the notion that strong leaders should be regarded as the most successful or praiseworthy.
OUS Sweden’s Spring Ball, held in the historic and lively city of Uppsala in April, was a truly splendid occasion, with some 16 Oxonians and friends attending.
The evening started with champagne in the ‘Lagerqvist Library’ in the heart of Uppsala before our group took a short walk to the grand 16th century Uppsala Castle, where the dinner was held.
Musical entertainment from the Allmänna Sången choir – one of Europe’s finest – and ballroom dancing to a live big band orchestra, were among the highlights of what was a truly glamourous occasion.
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