On Tuesday 12 May Chris Jordan OA joined 120 members of Dulwich College us for a Q and A.
Our final Thinking About webinar was a presentation on Colombian culture and literature by Juan Toledo from St. Michael’s College in Southwark.
On Thursday 11 June, the College’s Modern Foreign Languages and Cultures Society welcomed Daniel Cabeza Campillo, an Oxford University Spanish Lector, to the virtual stage to give a presentation answering the question, ‘Why study modern foreign languages at Oxford’.
Architecture Society in collaboration with Art and DT departments hosted London based practice alma-nac.
Dr Indranil Ghosh, CEO of Tiger Hill Capital and author of Powering Prosperity joined the Economics Society for the last of what has been a highly successful term of virtual meetings.
Founder’s Day saw the digital publication of the Alleynian 708.
Well done to all pupils in Years 7 and 8 who last week had the opportunity to wrestle with some challenging maths problems as part of the UK Maths Trust (UKMT) Math Challenge.
On Monday, the focus was on South Sudan, currently experiencing the world’s third biggest refugee crisis.
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.
Congratulations to Year 13 pupils Leo and Tommaso who last Friday took part in the French Debating National Final which was virtually hosted by the Institut français.
Following on from the highly successful Dulwich College Composition Competition in March, a second competition was held this term due to the wealth of talent and interest in musical composition at the College.
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.
When it became clear that College trips and expeditions, for which Friends of Dulwich College would usually provide grants, would not be able to take place, the FDC Committee were keen to find a project that they could support that would assist both the College and the local community during the coronavirus outbreak.
CJ Obi OA(1999 – 2006), founder of The Urbanist Platform, talks to Trevor Llewelyn about the built environment.
As part of the lockdown House Art 2020 competition, Year 11 students, Sam, Timur and Will, organised and put together three different art activities to help Year 7 and 8 students 'break out' of the monotony of social isolation.