Alternative Prospectus - St Hugh's College JCR - University of Oxford

Alternative Prospectus - St Hugh's College JCR - University of Oxford

Alternative Prospectus - St Hugh's College JCR - University of Oxford


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Main Building from the main lawn

WELCOME to the <strong>St</strong>. Hugh’s<br />

<strong>College</strong> <strong>Alternative</strong> <strong>Prospectus</strong>.<br />

What is it, why have we produced<br />

it and why should you read it?<br />

Well, just like the <strong>of</strong>ficial<br />

prospectus, the idea is to give<br />

you a flavour <strong>of</strong> <strong>College</strong> life. The<br />

difference is that this has been<br />

produced by undergraduates at<br />

<strong>St</strong> Hugh’s. This means that we’ll<br />

be able to tell you what it’s like<br />

to live here, rather than just<br />

about the studying! Hopefully it’s<br />

a little more interesting to read<br />

than the real thing that you’ve<br />

just passed over to your parents/<br />

brother/ sister/ dog/ cat/ bin/<br />

floor. We all think that <strong>St</strong>.<br />

Hugh’s is a great place, and we<br />

really hope that this will<br />

encourage you to consider<br />

applying here.<br />

That said, there are lots <strong>of</strong><br />

equally important things that we’ll<br />

miss out. The <strong>University</strong> and<br />

<strong>College</strong> <strong>Prospectus</strong>es contain lots<br />

<strong>of</strong> other information, and the<br />

websites are really helpful too!<br />

In the real prospectus, they use this space for inspirational quotes. We’ll do our<br />



WHAT you want to study is the<br />

single most important decision<br />

you’re going to make when it<br />

comes to choosing your university.<br />

Only once you’ve decided this<br />

should you start to think about<br />

whether <strong>St</strong>. Hugh’s, or, indeed,<br />

<strong>Oxford</strong>, <strong>of</strong>fer the course that<br />

you want. When you know what it<br />

is you want to study, and you’ve<br />

checked that <strong>Oxford</strong> <strong>of</strong>fers the<br />

course you want, then we can set<br />

about explaining why you should<br />

apply here!<br />

The <strong>University</strong> <strong>of</strong> <strong>Oxford</strong> is a<br />

collegiate university, made up <strong>of</strong><br />

39 independent and selfgoverning<br />

<strong>College</strong>s, one <strong>of</strong> which<br />

is <strong>St</strong>. Hugh’s. All <strong>College</strong>s have a<br />

lot in common, but each will have<br />

its own character, charms and<br />

traditions. Each <strong>College</strong> is then<br />

split into three common rooms;<br />

the Senior, Middle and Junior<br />

C o m m o n R o o m s , w i t h<br />

undergraduate students making<br />

up the <strong>JCR</strong>, and graduate<br />

students and fellows in the other<br />


So why should you apply to <strong>St</strong>.<br />

Hugh’s? Firstly, if you definitely<br />

want to come to <strong>Oxford</strong>,<br />

choosing a <strong>College</strong> to apply to is a<br />

secondary consideration. Take<br />

your time, visit if you can, and<br />

look at the materials that they<br />

provide. If you still can’t decide,<br />

then you can always opt not to<br />

choose a <strong>College</strong> when you apply.<br />

Secondly, this is what the rest <strong>of</strong><br />

the alternative prospectus is<br />

about, so it’s not going to fit in<br />

here! It suffices to say that <strong>St</strong>.<br />

Hugh’s is definitely one <strong>of</strong> the 39<br />

best <strong>College</strong>s in <strong>Oxford</strong>, and that<br />

its location, facilities and people<br />

make it a brilliant place to spend<br />

a few years <strong>of</strong> your life!<br />

So how and when do you visit and<br />

apply? The <strong>University</strong> and the<br />

<strong>College</strong> run a series <strong>of</strong> open days<br />

throughout the year, and further<br />

details can be found in the<br />

r e l e v a n t p r o s p e c t u s e s<br />

(seriously—get hold <strong>of</strong> one <strong>of</strong><br />

these) and on the websites.<br />

Application details and deadlines,<br />

can also be found here.<br />

“I am beginning to suspect all elaborate and special systems <strong>of</strong> education. They seem to me to be built upon the<br />

supposition that every child is a kind <strong>of</strong> idiot who must be taught to think.”<br />

Anne Sullivan


ACCOMMODATION is available<br />

on site for every student for<br />

every year <strong>of</strong> their course. Not<br />

only does this mean that <strong>St</strong>.<br />

Hugh’s benefits from the<br />

intermingling <strong>of</strong> year groups, but<br />

also that you don’t have to spend<br />

whole afternoons in your first<br />

year traipsing around <strong>Oxford</strong><br />

looking for somewhere to live.<br />

With so much on <strong>of</strong>fer there is<br />

the inevitable variability in the<br />

standard <strong>of</strong> rooms, but this is a<br />

lot less than in most <strong>College</strong>s.<br />

Whilst there aren’t any massive<br />

apartments, there aren’t any<br />

converted broom cupboards<br />

either.<br />

First years are allocated rooms,<br />

and most “freshers” end up in<br />

Main Building (remember the<br />

lovely picture on the inside page?)<br />

or in Kenyon—the token 60’s<br />

eyesore. That said, the rooms in<br />

Kenyon all benefit from southfacing<br />

windows, and have the<br />

additional benefit (over rooms in<br />

Main Building) <strong>of</strong> containing sinks!<br />

The perennial excitement <strong>of</strong> the<br />

room ballot provides the<br />

opportunit y t o look for

igger/better/en-suite rooms<br />

(not necessarily available all at<br />

once). Whilst groups ballot for<br />

staircases in Wolfson, those in<br />

search <strong>of</strong> peace and quiet head<br />

for the rabbit warren <strong>of</strong> Rachel<br />

Trickett Building or the delights<br />

<strong>of</strong> Mary Gray Allen Building, and<br />

those lucky third years head for<br />

the holy grail <strong>of</strong> <strong>University</strong><br />

a c c o m m o d a t i o n t h a t i s<br />

Maplethorpe.<br />

There are some rooms set aside<br />

for certain people, such as music<br />

students and fine artists, which<br />

come with a piano or extra space.<br />

Disabled students are provided<br />

for according to their needs, and<br />

82 Woodstock road (accessed<br />

from inside the <strong>College</strong> grounds)<br />

is set aside as a quiet house.<br />

Whichever building you live in,<br />

you have access to the grounds,<br />

which are one <strong>of</strong> the <strong>College</strong>’s<br />

biggest assets. There’s nothing<br />

quite like sitting on the lawns<br />

revising during the summer<br />

months knowing full well that at<br />

other <strong>College</strong>s you can’t hope to<br />

get anywhere near the grass!<br />

“A man who has never gone to school may steal from a freight car; but if he has a university education, he may steal<br />

the whole railroad.”<br />

Theodore Roosevelt


COOKING and eating are key to<br />

your success at university, and all<br />

rooms in <strong>College</strong> therefore have<br />

access to a kitchen. Though these<br />

are again variable in size and<br />

condition, they are rather useful<br />

when you fancy a midnight snack.<br />

Despite these facilities (which<br />

are unusual in <strong>Oxford</strong> <strong>College</strong>s),<br />

many students find that they are,<br />

for some reason, completely<br />

unable to cook more than 3<br />

variations <strong>of</strong> beans on toast,<br />

which can get a little dull after<br />

the first day. Fortunately, help is<br />

at hand in the form <strong>of</strong> Hall.<br />

During the week this operates<br />

like a canteen, serving three<br />

meals a day, with the food not<br />

only being <strong>of</strong> a high standard, but<br />

also a low price. At weekends only<br />

brunch is served, though the<br />

infamous Hugh’s Brunch is more<br />

than enough <strong>of</strong> a reason to choose<br />

to apply to <strong>St</strong>. Hugh’s. This gives<br />

you time for a lie in, as well as<br />

forcing you to expand your<br />

culinary skills a little in the<br />


Once a week the <strong>College</strong> has a<br />

formal hall, which is a three<br />

course meal served in Hall, with<br />

everyone dressed rather more<br />

smartly than usual (suits and ties<br />

rather than the pyjamas that<br />

periodically appear on other<br />

days).<br />

If none <strong>of</strong> that takes your fancy,<br />

then <strong>St</strong>. Hugh’s is perfectly<br />

situated for the leafy and<br />

spacious areas <strong>of</strong> Summertown<br />

and Jericho, which boast some <strong>of</strong><br />

the best pubs, restaurants and<br />

sandwich bars in <strong>Oxford</strong>. The<br />

town centre is a little further<br />

away (10-15 minutes walk), but<br />

this has yet to stop a hungry<br />

student going there.<br />

Whatever your level <strong>of</strong> culinary<br />

expertise, there is no way you’ll<br />

starve at <strong>St</strong>. Hugh’s. Food (and<br />

the provision there<strong>of</strong>) may not be<br />

high on your list <strong>of</strong> priorities<br />

right now, but when you’ve spent a<br />

day in lectures /classes /libraries<br />

/playing computer games, not<br />

having to spend hours trying to<br />

find something worth eating is<br />

going to be an absolute godsend!<br />

“<strong>St</strong>atistics show that <strong>of</strong> those who contract the habit <strong>of</strong> eating, very few survive.”<br />

Wallace Irwin


IT’S SAD but true that the<br />

reason you’re at university is to<br />

study. Fortunately, the more you<br />

practise it, the easier settling<br />

down to work becomes.<br />

Since <strong>St</strong>. Hugh’s is an <strong>Oxford</strong><br />

<strong>College</strong>, a lot <strong>of</strong> your work will<br />

revolve around tutorials. At least<br />

once per week, you’ll meet with<br />

your tutors to discuss work, ideas<br />

and progress. Whilst this may<br />

sound rather dull, it is actually<br />

quite exciting. It’s an opportunity<br />

for you to spend time with an<br />

expert in the field you’re<br />

studying, and they spend the time<br />

talking to you about how to<br />

improve your own work. In many<br />

cases, your tutors will have<br />

written books or articles that<br />

appear on your reading lists.<br />

These are clearly the most<br />

important ones to read!<br />

What happens in tutorials, and<br />

the work required for them,<br />

varies across the subjects, but is<br />

usually either an essay or<br />

worksheets. You therefore have<br />

these to do alongside the lecture<br />

courses you attend.

One <strong>of</strong> the major differences<br />

between university and sixth<br />

form is that you can choose when<br />

to do the work, as long as it’s<br />

handed in on time. Not only this,<br />

but you can do it wherever you<br />

like too! <strong>St</strong>. Hugh’s has one <strong>of</strong> the<br />

largest, and best-stocked, <strong>College</strong><br />

libraries in <strong>Oxford</strong>, with over<br />

100,000 volumes, two full-time<br />

librarians, and 24 hour access.<br />

The <strong>College</strong> also has a<br />

commitment to maintaining the<br />

standard <strong>of</strong> the library, and if<br />

you can’t find a book there that<br />

you particularly need, the staff<br />

are only too happy to help you. In<br />

addition to the books and<br />

periodicals, the lower floor <strong>of</strong> the<br />

library has wireless internet<br />

access, and all bedrooms are<br />

connected to the <strong>University</strong><br />

network, which <strong>of</strong>fers one <strong>of</strong> the<br />

fastest internet connections in<br />

the country. As if this wasn’t<br />

enough, there are also subject<br />

libraries scattered across the<br />

city, and the Bodleian, which is<br />

the second largest library in the<br />

UK, so there really is no excuse<br />

not to get the work done!<br />

“The illiterate <strong>of</strong> the 21 st Century will not be those who cannot read and write, but those who cannot learn, unlearn and<br />

relearn.”<br />

Alvin T<strong>of</strong>fler


WITH ALL this talk <strong>of</strong> working,<br />

you may think that it is the sole<br />

constituent <strong>of</strong> life at <strong>Oxford</strong>.<br />

This couldn’t be further from the<br />

truth! Whilst work is obviously<br />

important, students here like to<br />

play hard as well as work hard.<br />

Every <strong>College</strong> has its own clubs,<br />

which <strong>of</strong>ten feed up to a<br />

<strong>University</strong> club, enabling you to<br />

join in at the appropriate level <strong>of</strong><br />

skill and commitment. Clubs and<br />

societies range from orchestras<br />

and bands, through sports clubs<br />

(both the traditional and nontraditional)<br />

to subject– and<br />

region-based societies to the less<br />

serious ones, such as the pudding<br />

society. <strong>St</strong>. Hugh’s is no exception<br />

to this, and has a wide variety <strong>of</strong><br />

groups, further details <strong>of</strong> which<br />

can be found on the <strong>JCR</strong> website.<br />

OUSU (<strong>Oxford</strong> <strong>University</strong><br />

<strong>St</strong>udent Union) is a key provider<br />

<strong>of</strong> entertainment in <strong>Oxford</strong>. Its<br />

Entz arm, Zoo, runs student club<br />

nights at a variety <strong>of</strong> clubs<br />

around the town, with specialist<br />

nights meaning that there’s<br />

something for everyone. Whilst<br />

clubbing isn’t everyone’s idea <strong>of</strong> a

good night out, it’s always highly<br />

amusing to watch your friends<br />

attempt to dance…<br />

Each <strong>College</strong> also has its own<br />

miniature students’ union in the<br />

form <strong>of</strong> the <strong>JCR</strong> Committee. At<br />

<strong>St</strong>. Hugh’s, we have 2 Entz reps<br />

w h o p r o v i d e f a n t a s t i c<br />

entertainment in <strong>College</strong>, ranging<br />

from quiz and theme nights in the<br />

bar to full-blown bops (parties)<br />

where everyone lets their hair<br />

(even further) down.<br />

<strong>St</strong>. Hugh’s Wonderland Ball<br />

The <strong>JCR</strong> also hire two punts for<br />

Trinity (summer) Term, which are<br />

available free <strong>of</strong> charge to<br />

members. This means that you<br />

can interrupt sunny afternoons <strong>of</strong><br />

revision with a trip to the river,<br />

and there’s nothing quite like<br />

messing about on a river!<br />

If you arrive here and find that<br />

there isn’t a club for whatever it<br />

is that you’re interested in, funds<br />

are generally available from the<br />

<strong>JCR</strong> to start a new one. Hence,<br />

there’s no excuse for not having<br />

fun!<br />

“Most people are willing to pay more to be amused than to be educated.”<br />

Robert C. Savage


WELFARE is an important issue,<br />

especially when you are going to<br />

be living away from home for the<br />

first time. The <strong>JCR</strong> provides male<br />

and female Welfare Officers,<br />

who sit on the <strong>JCR</strong> Committee<br />

and<br />

deal with general or personal<br />

problems. Their job also involves<br />

giving out free condoms, having<br />

first aid kits for emergencies,<br />

and generally looking out for the<br />

wellbeing <strong>of</strong> students.<br />

Each year students volunteer to<br />

train as peer supporters, who are<br />

then available to talk through<br />

problems. Nightline is also<br />

available, and is a free listening ,<br />

support and information service.<br />

Both <strong>of</strong> these facilities are<br />

confidential, on your level, and<br />

are there to provide an<br />

alternative person to talk to.<br />

An equal opportunities committee<br />

is in place to look after any<br />

special needs there may be for<br />

students who are disabled, from<br />

ethnic backgrounds, from abroad,<br />

are Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual or<br />

Transsexual, and are Women!

The <strong>College</strong> also has its own<br />

counsellor, who provides both one<br />

<strong>of</strong>f and series <strong>of</strong> sessions. The<br />

<strong>College</strong> even has its own nurse<br />

and doctors who come to the<br />

<strong>College</strong> each week, so you don’t<br />

have to go up to Summertown. As<br />

if this wasn’t enough, Shaun<br />

Henson, the <strong>College</strong> chaplain, is a<br />

thoroughly nice chap who you can<br />

go and talk to confidentially<br />

about anything.<br />

When you come here you’ll be<br />

assigned a personal tutor from<br />

your subject group who will<br />

oversee any difficulties you might<br />

be having with work. You’ll also be<br />

assigned subject “parents”, who<br />

are 2 nd years, and can be a great<br />

source <strong>of</strong> help and information.<br />

The best thing about Hugh’s is<br />

that it’s a great community. You’ll<br />

get to know so many people and<br />

make so many friends you will<br />

probably never even need to use<br />

any <strong>of</strong> the welfare provisions.<br />

Crucially, they are there if you<br />

need them!<br />

“The good life, as I conceive it, is a happy life. I do not mean that if you are good you will be happy; I mean that if you<br />

are happy you will be good.”<br />

Bertrand Russell


MONEY is always going to be a<br />

concern for prospective students<br />

<strong>of</strong> all institutions. Whilst we will<br />

try to illustrate the costs <strong>of</strong><br />

living and studying in <strong>Oxford</strong>, all<br />

figures are a guide, and will vary<br />

according to the lifestyle you<br />

choose to lead whilst you are<br />

here. Likewise, the funding<br />

available to you will depend, to a<br />

large extent, on your family<br />

background. Finally, we aim to<br />

illustrate the figures for a<br />

British student—International<br />

students should consult the<br />

<strong>College</strong> and <strong>University</strong> websites<br />

for more detailed information.<br />

The first thing to say is that<br />

money worries should in no way<br />

prevent you from applying to<br />

study or accepting a place at<br />

<strong>Oxford</strong>. Both the <strong>University</strong> and<br />

Government are committed to<br />

enabling the brightest students<br />

to achieve their potential,<br />

whatever their background, and<br />

there are a multitude <strong>of</strong> support<br />

schemes available.<br />

The first big bill you’ll have as a<br />

student is tuition fees. These<br />

have been set at £3,145 for the

08/09 academic year, and will<br />

rise in each subsequent year.<br />

However, these will be covered by<br />

the loan ALL students are<br />

entitled to from the <strong>St</strong>udent<br />

Loans Company (which acts on<br />

behalf <strong>of</strong> your local authority).<br />

The other large bill is “battels” -<br />

the money you pay <strong>College</strong> to let<br />

you live here, covering rent,<br />

heating, lighting, internet access<br />

etc. In 07/08 these stood at<br />

£969 per term (£2907 per<br />

annum), which can be, again,<br />

covered by a loan from the SLC,<br />

which is available to ALL<br />

students.<br />

Actual living costs then come on<br />

top <strong>of</strong> this. Meals in Hall cost<br />

between £2 and £4, depending on<br />

how much you eat, and what meal<br />

you want. Obviously, a slice <strong>of</strong><br />

toast in the morning is a lot less<br />

than £2! The <strong>University</strong><br />

estimates that meals cost around<br />

£1500 pa, and that general living<br />

costs (clothes, books, socialising<br />

etc.) are around £1850 pa. They<br />

estimate a total <strong>of</strong> £6,500, all in,<br />

pa… (continued overleaf)<br />

“Money is like manure. You have to spread it around or it smells.”<br />

J. Paul Getty


...but this includes accommodation<br />

costs <strong>of</strong> £3150.<br />

In addition to these major costs,<br />

there are a few smaller ones that<br />

you should be aware <strong>of</strong>. Academic<br />

dress in <strong>Oxford</strong> is called sub<br />

fusc. (gown, mortar board etc.).<br />

These are essential wear for<br />

matriculation (the ceremony <strong>of</strong><br />

joining the <strong>University</strong>), which is in<br />

your first term, and all <strong>University</strong><br />

exams. You’ll get further details<br />

once you have a confirmed place,<br />

but it is worth being aware that<br />

these cost around £50.<br />

As has been previously mentioned,<br />

<strong>St</strong> Hugh’s has an extensive<br />

library that contains many <strong>of</strong> the<br />

books that are relevant to first<br />

year undergraduates. However, it<br />

does not provide one copy per<br />

student, and it can therefore be<br />

advisable to purchase your own<br />

copy <strong>of</strong> key texts. <strong>College</strong> parents<br />

are an ideal source <strong>of</strong> information<br />

regarding which will be <strong>of</strong><br />

assistance, and which will be the<br />

most relevant throughout your<br />

course, but it is worth bearing in<br />

mind that textbooks can be<br />

expensive, and budgeting

additional funds at the beginning<br />

<strong>of</strong> your first term is <strong>of</strong>ten a<br />

sensible idea.<br />

As we said before, this is not<br />

supposed to be a (boring and dull)<br />

list <strong>of</strong> figures, and we stand no<br />

chance <strong>of</strong> pinning down the cost<br />

<strong>of</strong> you personally living in <strong>Oxford</strong>,<br />

but we hope that we have<br />

provided some insight. Further<br />

information is available on the<br />

<strong>University</strong> webpages, together<br />

with information on schemes like<br />

the <strong>Oxford</strong> Opportunity Bursary<br />

and costs for international<br />

students. If you are in any doubt,<br />

there are people to talk to, both<br />

in <strong>College</strong> and in the central<br />

<strong>University</strong> <strong>of</strong>fices, and this<br />

applies to you whilst you’re<br />

considering applying right up until<br />

you finish your course.<br />

Finally, whilst at <strong>Oxford</strong>, it is<br />

very difficult to fit in a part time<br />

job, and most people do not work<br />

during term time. However, there<br />

is work available in <strong>College</strong> during<br />

vacations, in a variety <strong>of</strong> roles,<br />

for those who want it.<br />

“Money won’t buy happiness, but it will pay the salaries <strong>of</strong> a huge research staff to study the problem.”<br />

Bill Vaughan

AND FINALLY...<br />


almost made it through the whole<br />

prospectus without throwing it<br />

down with the real one. All that<br />

remains is for us to explain, once<br />

more, why <strong>St</strong>. Hugh’s is the best<br />

possible <strong>College</strong> in <strong>Oxford</strong>.<br />

• We were the first <strong>Oxford</strong><br />

<strong>College</strong> to be active in<br />

encouraging applicants from<br />

non-traditional backgrounds<br />

to apply, and this commitment<br />

has continued and grown. <strong>St</strong>.<br />

Hugh’s has one <strong>of</strong> the best<br />

mixes <strong>of</strong> students in the<br />

<strong>University</strong>, including those<br />

from other countries, from<br />

ethnic minorities, and from<br />

families where nobody has<br />

been to university before.<br />

• The <strong>College</strong> was all-female<br />

until the mid-80’s; now it has<br />

a 50:50 balance in students.<br />

This translates both into a<br />

situation where everybody is<br />

respected equally for their<br />

academic merit, and also into<br />

an environment w here<br />

everybody benefits from<br />

being part <strong>of</strong> a diverse and

interesting student body.<br />

• Everybody can live on site for<br />

their entire course. This<br />

makes for a real close-knit<br />

sense <strong>of</strong> community – your<br />

friends are always along the<br />

corridor, or down the stairs.<br />

• On the other hand, there is a<br />

genuinely laid-back and easygoing<br />

relationship between<br />

the fellows and the students.<br />

We have far better Entz than<br />

other <strong>College</strong>s, you don’t get<br />

stupid fines imposed for<br />

petty things like walking on<br />

lawns, and the atmosphere<br />

isn’t at all oppressive or<br />

paternalistic.<br />

We may not have fantastic<br />

medieval architecture. We<br />

weren’t founded by Cardinal<br />

Wolsey. We don’t have bizarre<br />

traditions involving chasing ducks<br />

round the courtyard wearing<br />

blindfolds. But after spending<br />

some time here, we think that the<br />

points above are much, much,<br />

much more important to the fun<br />

we have here, and we hope to see<br />

you here soon!<br />

“If you have both feet planted on level ground, then the university has failed you.”<br />

Robert F. Goheen



<strong>St</strong>. Hugh’s <strong>College</strong><br />

www.st-hughs.ox.ac.uk<br />

<strong>St</strong>. Hugh’s <strong>College</strong> <strong>JCR</strong><br />

www.jcr.st-hughs.ox.ac.uk<br />

<strong>Oxford</strong> <strong>University</strong><br />

www.ox.ac.uk<br />

<strong>Oxford</strong> <strong>University</strong> <strong>St</strong>udent Union<br />

(OUSU)<br />

www.ousu.org<br />

Costs <strong>of</strong> <strong>St</strong>udying<br />

http://www.ox.ac.uk/admissions/u<br />

ndergraduate_courses/student_f<br />

unding/cost_<strong>of</strong>_studying.html<br />

<strong>Oxford</strong> Opportunity Bursaries<br />

www.ox.ac.uk/admissions/undergr<br />

aduate_courses/student_funding<br />

/oxford_opportunity_bursaries<br />

Information for International<br />

<strong>St</strong>udents<br />

www.admin.ox.ac.uk/io/guide/befo<br />


Ordering an <strong>Oxford</strong> <strong>Prospectus</strong><br />

www.ox.ac.uk/admissions/undergr<br />

aduate_courses/finding_out_mor<br />

e/prospectus_order.html<br />

<strong>St</strong>udent Loan Company<br />

www.slc.co.uk<br />

<strong>Oxford</strong> <strong>St</strong>udent (OUSU paper)<br />

www.oxfordstudent.com<br />

Cherwell (Independent Paper)<br />

www.cherwell.org<br />


<strong>St</strong>. Hugh’s <strong>College</strong><br />

<strong>St</strong> Margaret’s Road<br />

<strong>Oxford</strong><br />

OX2 6LE<br />

TELEPHONE (Switchboard)<br />

01865 274900<br />

(or +44 1865 274900 for<br />

international callers)<br />

E-MAIL (Admissions Office)<br />

admissions@st-hughs.ox.ac.uk<br />

“Computers are useless. They can only give you answers.”<br />

Pablo Picasso

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