Our termly BOP is going to be on 4th Feb this term — you heard it here first.
The music house was the place to be on the evening of 9 November! The tremendous talent of our MCR was admirably showcased in a vibrant, eclectic, and intimate concert. Francois Ada opened the show with a medley of cool tunes, impressing everyone with his seemingly effortless vocal and guitar skills. Next, lovers of classical music (like me!) relished the three … Read more →
(text and pictures by Serkan Birgel)
It was around 3am in the morning as I lumbered into bed with my phone. Traditionally, I check my phone one last time before closing down, but this time I had just wanted to see which way Florida was finally going. I had just come from the warmth and energy of the MCR … Read more →
Summer + Rowing = Summer VIII’s! Thanks to everybody who supported our teams in one way or the other 🙂
Here’s this year’s report
Last Saturday saw a cracking conclusion to the 2016 Oxford collegiate rowing season with the best performance of St Catz … Read more →
Summer has arrived when you see a raspberry merrily fizzing at the bottom of your prosecco glass.
On Tuesday Brasenose played host to 15 Catz MCR members, treating us to a bubbly reception and a four-course dinner in their candle-lit medieval kitchen, tucked away round the corner from the main Hall. One dessert is not enough at David Cameron’s … Read more →
Our annual Catz Graduate Dinner was a hugely successful pairing of all good things: the intellectual with the social, the humanities with the sciences, conversation with wine … and peanut ice cream with chocolate.
2016 saw for the first time a panel of Scholars’ Talks and a Poster Competition. Organised by … Read more →
“How do you tell the difference between white wine and red wine?”
A profound question for us all to contemplate as we navigated … Read more →
It was a Saturday – rainy like all Saturdays, but unlike others.
Twinkle twinkle little bat!
How I wonder what you’re at!
Up above the world you fly!
Like a tea-tray in the sky
The song, and the smell of home-baked scones and freshly-brewed tea were wafting through the air of St. Catz. … Read more →