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Matthew Pinsent CBE (1989, Geography) Olympic Rower

The College is deeply saddened to announce that alumnus and Honorary Fellow Professor Alan Roy Katritzky (1952, Chemistry) passed away on 10 February 2014 at the age of 85.

Alumnus and Honorary Fellow Professor Christopher Brown (1966, Modern History), Director of the Ashmolean Museum, has been awarded the Freedom of the City of Oxford to mark his retirement - one of

Catz is delighted to be hosting CatzExchange, an interdisciplinary event for all Catz undergraduates, postgraduates and Fellows. The aim is to share research from all disciplines o

Over 350 new students to St Catz enjoyed a welcome dinner last Wednesday to mark their arrival at the College.

Peter Galbraith (1973, PPE) First United States Ambassador to Croatia and United Nations' deputy special representative for Afghanistan

Honorary Fellow Baron Stern of Brentford (Tutor in Economics, 1970-77) has been elected President of the British Academy. He will take up the four-year appointment in June 2013.

Chokepoint is an independently produced British spy drama, written and directed by SG Smith.

Gervase Rosser, Fellow and Tutor in the History of Art, has won the 2014 Art & Christian Enquiry Mercers’ Book Award for his book Spectacular Miracles: Transforming Images in Italy from the

The second Varsity Handball Match between Oxford and Cambridge was held on 31 January 2015 at the University of Cambridge Sports Centre.

Over 200 people attended the memorial service for former St Catz philosopher and Fellow, John Simopoulos (1913-2015) on Saturday.

Wilfred Wong (1976) Entrepreneur

The University of Oxford is committed to ensuring students from the UK and EU understand the costs and funding for them if they choose to apply to the University of Oxford.

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