Bletchley Park: Fact and Fiction - Listen to the podcast
Listen to our panel discussion exploring how the wartime codebreakers and their work at Bletchley Park has been depicted in documentaries and fictional accounts, and asking if and where we should draw a line in creating fact-based dramas.
Covid-19 Update: College Closure
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Kellogg student sets up volunteer group to help those self-isolating
Kellogg College student Frederik Filz von Reiterdank has set up a volunteer group to carry out errands and deliver food parcels to people self-isolating.
GCHU Seminar: Urban green spaces and wellbeing - watch the film
This seminar and discussion asks are greener cities, really healthier cities?
International Women’s Day Lecture: Centuries of silence in music - Watch the film
Music and conversation for International Women’s Day (and every day) – asking important questions about the centuries of silence of women composers.
Royal visit to Kellogg strengthens partnership with Foundation
His Royal Highness The Prince officially receives the Bynum Tudor Fellowship and meets representatives of new Global Centre on Healthcare and Urbanisation which is supported by The Prince’s Foundation.
Kellogg’s Harrison Kieffer selected for Oxford’s Lightweight Rowing Blues!
On the 15 March Harrison Kieffer (MSc Software and Systems Security) will realise an ambition.
Victorian Oxford and Kellogg - Watch the film!
This year's Ruskin Lecture celebrated Kellogg's wonderful Victorian building's, their first occupants and their place within Victorian society.