The Kellogg is MCR is proud to support the Oxford Students Refugee Campaign! If you are a Kellogg student and want to support this great cause get in contact with the Charities and Campaigns Officer. Alternatively, you can also set up a direct donation to the Campaign here.
The MCR reading collection is now available in the MCR. True crime, modern literature, biography, classics and everything in between can already be found on the shelves. Books can be borrowed in good faith, with the expectation that they will be returned or another book donated to replace it. New donations will be accepted at any time. They can be left at reception, for the attention of the MCR Academic [...]
We're building an MCR reading collection! Donations of books you might otherwise be giving to charity shops, a favourite read you want to share, or books you don't want to haul back home with you at the end of the year can be left at reception for the attention of the MCR Academic Officer. Read more about the collection, its origins and where you can find it here.
Hi All We have a special brunch for students with families and kids this Sunday! The first 20 students and all kids are free! There will be children entertainment! There will be smoothies, freshly made by your MCR committee. We would really like to reach out to students with partners and/or children, so please do come!
Please vote in the MCR elections on the 16th November from 8am to 8pm. You should now all have received an email from our MCR Secretary Gareth Langley inviting you to vote in the MCR Committee elections. Please make use of your right to vote!Here are your candidates: Vice President Wilfred Downing: A bit about me… Hi, I’m Freddie (during legal proceedings and to my mum [...]
Kellogg students who’ve made an outstanding contribution to college life this year could win an award of £300-£400. The MCR has been collecting funds throughout the year from people graduating, and now we want to give it away! Why are we doing this? Kellogg is still a young college - 25 this year - and every year there are more things happening. We want to encourage and reward students who [...]
Hi everyone, This term sees us embark on two more exchange dinners. Please read this CAREFULLY and READ ALL THE INSTRUCTIONS to book onto the dinners – your place is only confirmed once we have all the details from you! As per the term card, the dates for each exchange are: New @ Kellogg Tuesday 29th April (1st Week) Kellogg @ New Wednesday 14th May (3rd Week) [...]
Hello! Another week brings us another Boat Race - congratulations again to Alice and Liz and the rest of the Oxford crews for their amazing wins last week - hopefully more of the same on Sunday (6th April) for the men! Sunday’s racing is in London, so the plan is to take the Oxford Tube bus (next year the men’s and women’s racing will all be held together - same [...]
Sadly, due to the continued rubbish weather, Torpids has been cancelled, so no rowing this weekend! There are, however, plenty of other things going on around Oxford to keep you entertained... OUGSS - The Mikado, or The Town of Titipu - Wednesday 5th March at 7.30pm -Thursday 6th March at 9.00pm - Saturday 8th March at 2.30pm and 7.30pm - Corpus Christi College Auditorium - Tickets: www.wegottickets.com/ougss Friday night [...]
Monday night sees a DPhil informal dinner, aling the theme of the highly successful DPhil lunches, take place. This is a great chance for all ou lab monkeys (including the person writing the post) to get out and come to college for food. Hope to see you there and thanks to Max for organising. Gareth