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2nd September 1484. Magdalen College, Oxford.

The growing development of the universities was accompanied by a gradual decline in monastic education. As a result many well-endowed religious estates fell into the hands of the new Oxford and Cambridge Colleges.(1) 422 more words


Girls chase boys chase girls

Em is back in her nondescript coastal town with Cat.

The apartment is just as she left it.

The fridge is bare with the exception of beer and condiments and a few bottles of gatorade. 168 more words


03. University Asummptions

This post will focus greatly on incoming first years of British universities and the thoughts and anxieties of an academically average student.

September has arrived, which means hundreds of thousands of incoming “freshers” are flocking to their university of choice in several weeks. 721 more words

Tales from my wedding

WARNING – it’s probably best to avoid this post if a)you have absolutely no interest in my personal life and/or b)weddings leave you cold. But I’d assume that anyone who reads this blog ormy books has some taste for romance and some interest in pretty pictures of Oxford and people in black tie. 410 more words


PA list updated

The PA list has now been updated with the following data:

Natural History Museum, London

Oxford University Museum of Natural History, Oxford

Gothenburg Natural History Museum, Gothenburg… 7 more words


Our September Edition is out now!

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Welcome back to Summertown Scene after our August break. I hope you all enjoyed the sizzling summer.

September is very much the month when everything starts to return to ‘normal.’ 223 more words