St Anne's College, Oxford

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St Anne's College is one of the constituent colleges of the University of Oxford in England.wikipedia
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St Anne's College is one of the constituent colleges of the University of Oxford in England.
There were also 25 women students living at home or with friends in 1879, a group which evolved into the Society of Oxford Home-Students and in 1952 into St Anne's College.

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St Anne's College is one of the constituent colleges of the University of Oxford in England.
Other women's colleges before integration were St Anne's, St Hilda's and St Hugh's.

Helen King (police officer)

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In April 2017, Helen King took up her appointment as Principal, in succession to Tim Gardam.
Since April 2017, she has been Principal of St Anne's College, Oxford.

Woodstock Road, Oxford

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The college is situated between the Woodstock and Banbury roads, adjacent to the University Parks and the Radcliffe Observatory Quarter. The college grounds are bounded by Woodstock Road to the west, Banbury Road to the east, and Bevington Road to the north.
Further north are Green Templeton College, St Anne's College and St Antony's College.

Tim Gardam

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In April 2017, Helen King took up her appointment as Principal, in succession to Tim Gardam.
He was Director of Television at Channel 4 until 2003, after which he served as Principal of St Anne's College, Oxford until 2016.

Banbury Road

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The college is situated between the Woodstock and Banbury roads, adjacent to the University Parks and the Radcliffe Observatory Quarter. The college grounds are bounded by Woodstock Road to the west, Banbury Road to the east, and Bevington Road to the north.
One of the University's former women's colleges, St Anne's College backs onto Banbury Road and another, St Hugh's College, flanks the road further up.

Women's college

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Formerly a women's college, it has been coeducational since 1979.

Martha Kearney

Alumnae of the college include Danny Alexander, Ruth Deech, Helen Fielding, Martha Kearney, Simon Rattle and Victor Ubogu.
From 1976 to 1980 she read classics at St Anne's College, Oxford.

Helen Fielding

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Alumnae of the college include Danny Alexander, Ruth Deech, Helen Fielding, Martha Kearney, Simon Rattle and Victor Ubogu.
Fielding studied English at St Anne's College, Oxford and was part of the Oxford revue at the 1978 Edinburgh Festival, forming a continuing friendship with a group of comic performers and writers including Richard Curtis and Rowan Atkinson.

Claire Palley

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The Claire Palley Building, completed in 1992 and named after Claire Palley (principal 1984–1991), was the first accommodation block to have en-suite rooms.
She moved to become a professor of law at the University of Kent in 1973, and was then Principal of St Anne's College, Oxford from 1984 to 1991.

Victor Ubogu

Alumnae of the college include Danny Alexander, Ruth Deech, Helen Fielding, Martha Kearney, Simon Rattle and Victor Ubogu.
He went on to St Anne's College, Oxford where he was selected to play for the University of Oxford RFC and achieved his Blue.

Tina Brown

She studied at St Anne's College, and graduated with a BA in English Literature.

Rosemary Cramp

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Cramp went on to study English language and literature at St Anne's College, University of Oxford.

Bevington Road

The college grounds are bounded by Woodstock Road to the west, Banbury Road to the east, and Bevington Road to the north.
To the south is St Anne's College, one of the former women's colleges of the University of Oxford, fronting onto Woodstock Road and backing onto Banbury Road.

John Robins (comedian)

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Robins grew up in Bristol and was educated at The Castle School in Thornbury, Gloucestershire and at St Anne's College, Oxford, where he read English, having reapplied to Oxford after an initial unsuccessful application the previous year.

Ship Street, Oxford

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When it was still the Society for Home-Students, the college had its first common room in Ship Street, located in central Oxford.
St Anne's College, when it was still known as the Society for Home Students, had its first common room in Ship Street.

Simon Rattle

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Alumnae of the college include Danny Alexander, Ruth Deech, Helen Fielding, Martha Kearney, Simon Rattle and Victor Ubogu.
He spent the academic year 1980/81 at St Anne's College, Oxford studying English Language and Literature.

Danny Alexander

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Alumnae of the college include Danny Alexander, Ruth Deech, Helen Fielding, Martha Kearney, Simon Rattle and Victor Ubogu.
He went on to read Philosophy, Politics and Economics (PPE) at St Anne's College, Oxford.

Melanie Phillips

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Later she read English at St Anne's College, Oxford.

A. C. Grayling

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He is also a supernumerary fellow of St Anne's College, Oxford.

Ruth Deech, Baroness Deech

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Alumnae of the college include Danny Alexander, Ruth Deech, Helen Fielding, Martha Kearney, Simon Rattle and Victor Ubogu.
Ruth Lynn Deech, Baroness Deech, DBE (née Fraenkel; born 29 April 1943) is a British academic, lawyer, bioethicist and politician, most noted for chairing the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (HFEA), from 1994 to 2002, and as the former Principal of St Anne's College, Oxford.

Polly Toynbee

She passed one A-level, obtained a scholarship to read history at St Anne's College, Oxford, but dropped out of university after eighteen months.

Jill Paton Walsh

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Born Gillian Bliss, she was educated at St. Michael's Convent, North Finchley, London, and she read English Literature at St Anne's College, Oxford.

Giles Gilbert Scott

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Hartland House, designed by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott, was the first purpose-built college building, finished in 1937 with an additional wing built in 1973.

Peter Donnelly