Last night an audience of 200 met for the latest in the GE Moore lecture series.
It was at roughly 10pm last Friday night, 9 March 2018, when Rupert Wood OA toasted the College and led a rousing rendition of “Pueri Alleynienses”, briefly bringing to a halt the waiter service at the busy Durham restaurant where twenty OAs and two members of staff (Trevor Llewelyn and Richard Sutton) had gathered for an informal, celebratory curry.up.
To have nearly 500 performers from the three Foundation Schools for Howells Elegy and Britten’s War Requiem was extraordinary in itself ...
We are launching Dulwich College Parkrunners to help promote running as a healthy lifestyle choice and to link together members of the College Community (boys, parents, OAs and staff) to get out and run at the weekends.
We are delighted to share with you the 113th edition of the Alleyn Club Yearbook.
With less than two weeks to go until the concert, War Requiem rehearsals are well underway at Dulwich College, JAGS and Alleyn’s.
The most recent professional networking event took place last week at the impressive Citigroup Centre in Canary Wharf. Hosted by Amit Bhola (95-00) the evening was given over to a panel discussion on Financial Technology (Fintech) chaired by OA and deputy editor of The Economist, Tom Standage (83-87).
The annual Dulwich College Courses and Careers Convention took place on Saturday 27 February with over 70 external exhibitors in attendance along with students and parents from Year 11 and the Upper School.
The second Professional Networking event to support Entrepreneurs took place in the Auditorium last Thursday when an audience of students from the College, OAs, parents and guests gathered to join in a panel discussion on some of the developments in one of the most exciting sectors in the British economy today.
Professor Chris Griffiths OA, Foundation Professor of Dermatology at The University of Manchester and Consultant Dermatologist at Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust, has been awarded the Order of the British Empire for his services to Dermatology.
Today, the first day of the Lent 2018 term, we celebrated the 'topping out' of the restoration project to the exterior of the Barry Buildings.
Beno Obano OA (2011-13) was called up for his first England rugby training camp last week.
Congratulations to James Orford OA who has been appointed Organ Scholar at St. Paul’s Cathedral, London with immediate effect.
Come along and support the OAAFC in their bid to reach the Semi-Finals of the Arthur Dunn Cup 2018.
Ian Harris has been appointed a Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) in the New Year’s Honours List 2018.
Ian receives the commendable honour in recognition of his services to the Wine and Spirit industry.
Th OA Cross Country Team retained the Chris Chataway Cup for Over 50s and placed 3rd in the Over 40s event.
The College's annual Carol Service, Carols by Candlelight, was given in the beautiful setting of Southwark Cathedral on Friday 8 December.
Peter King OA (71-76) is to take up a senior role at the Treasury, joining Sir Tom Scholar OA (79-86) who is the Permanent Secretary.
Dulwich College became the first side ever to have won both the Champions Trophy and the U18 Schools Cup after they beat Blundell’s 34-29 in a stunning Champions Trophy final at Allianz Park.
The annual Winter Concert was given at St John’s Smith Square on Tuesday 28 November.