MCR News

28th April 2019

Nuclear Power: Is It Your Cup Of Tea?

Ben performing field work in Idaho, USA.

Nuclear power is a contentious political issue and it is something that most people hold a strong opinion on. Some people are against nuclear power as a result of the severe consequences of nuclear power plant disasters in Chernobyl and Fukushima (when 14m waves from a tsunami led to a major incident). These incidents have […]

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27th January 2019

Doing Contemporary History: The Murder of Jo Cox MP

Flowers are laid for Jo Cox

I’ve come to anticipate the response I’ll get when I tell people the topic of my dissertation. It is, incidentally, the same response you might get while trying to explain polyamory to a maiden aunt: “That’s…. very modern”. I know, as historians, stereotype dictates that we’re meant to spend our time enthusing over Gladstone and […]

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18th October 2017

2017/18 Teddy Hall MCR Writing Competition open

The MCR is excited to announce the call for articles for this year’s writing competition. The MCR journal, Ex Aula: Research from the Hall, was founded last year by the MCR and published 14 articles over Hilary and Trinity Term. The inaugural winning article, by Beth Raine, was chosen by the judging panel made up […]

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6th August 2017

Freshers Welcome Pack 2017

The beautiful front quad of St Edmund Hall

Hello and Welcome to St Edmund Hall, or Teddy Hall as it is more commonly referred to as. I would like to take this opportunity to give you an insight into how life as a postgraduate at Teddy Hall will be like. Some of you would already be aware of the fact that Teddy Hall […]

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28th February 2015

Teddy Hall Expo 2015

This year was the inaugural Teddy Hall Expo. A chance for all three bodies (the JCR, MCR and SCR) to work together ans show off their work and studies. It was a day of displays and talk exemplifying the range and depth of academic endeavours of Teddy Hall. See here for the more info. The Teddy  Talks […]

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