Founder’s Day 2020 was a virtual celebration in the form of a series of films to showcase what has been achieved during this unparalleled time in the College’s history.
With a background in Community action and community service stemming back to his days at Dulwich College Alastair Fairley OA (1971-1976) talks about his work as co-founder of the Hastings HEART Mutual Aid Group.
On Tuesday 12 May Chris Jordan OA joined 120 members of Dulwich College us for a Q and A.
Architecture Society in collaboration with Art and DT departments hosted London based practice alma-nac.
Founder’s Day saw the digital publication of the Alleynian 708.
Frank Chapman talks about his very first flight, on Dulwich College playing fields, through to flying with the RAF and then to today where he is a test pilot for Airbus in France.
Pupils, their parents and members of staff at the College are being asked to help tackle digital poverty for local partner organisations in need of support through donations of any unwanted devices at home or at work.
As the College marks Refugee Week, the Economics Department would like to highlight and congratulate OA economist Alex Teytelboym, who just last week was Highly Commended in the University of Oxford’s 2020 Vice-Chancellor’s Innovation Awards.
During this unparalleled time in the College’s history, one of the consequences of lockdown is that we are unable to end the year with our traditional Founder’s Day event.
Sir Peter was commissioned into the 2nd Gurkha Rifles in 1960. Hear more about his subsequent journey and his new book.
In our next 'OA Stories' we meet Conrad Manning, OA, Naval Architect, Sailor and passionate about inspiring future engineers through sailing.
CJ Obi OA(1999 – 2006), founder of The Urbanist Platform, talks to Trevor Llewelyn about the built environment.
The Economics Society’s remote provision continued with a visit from Dr Alex Teytelboym OA, Lecturer of Economics from the University of Oxford.
The final Choral Evensong of the academic year and the first virtual Chapel Choir Service in our online world will be led by the Chaplain and Master and will include music by Francis Jackson, William Walton and Theodore Dubois.
New York Times Bestselling author, Taran Matharu OA joins us to talk about amongst other things his new book.
Events in Minnesota in late May 2020 and the reaction to them across the world have focussed every institution on how it supports minorities and counters all forms of discrimination.
Teaching Fellow in Finance and Accounting and Lecturer in Economics at the University of Oxford, Dr Arhat Virdi OA, joined the Economics Society’s virtual meeting to discuss his area of expertise – Game Theory.
Alex Willats OA talks about the hotel industry how he fell in love with the industry and the impact of Covid.
Fenton Whelan, founder and CEO of Acasus, talks about his work with governments around the world to drive rapid improvements in education and health care systems.