St Anne's produces a number of publications for alumnae and others – if you would like to find out more, have a news story which you would like us to include in a forthcoming edition or would like to offer feedback please contact us at email@example.com.
You can sign up as a member of our e-group. This gives our 1,700+ e-Group members regular updates on our very latest news and forthcoming events. As a member of the group you will receive our regular e-zine, st@nnes, which rounds up the latest College happenings.
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Read the latest edition of st@nnes December 2017.
All alumnae receive a copy of the annual College record, The Ship, which is edited by Judith Vidal-Hall (Bunting, 1957).
Judith would be happy to hear from anyone who would like to contribute an article, but please contact her before you set pen to paper for guidance on the practicalities of length, format and deadlines.
- View The Ship 2016/2017 as a PDF
- View The Ship 2015/2016 as a PDF
- View The Ship 2014/2015 as a PDF
- View The Ship 2013/2014 as a PDF
- View The Ship 2012/2013 as a PDF
Limited copies of the previous five years' editions are available from the Development Office. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to request one.
Each year, St Anne's publishes the Annual Review intended for all those who have an interest in the future of the College, and who support its aims.
- View a PDF of The Annual Review 2014
- View a PDF of The Annual Review 2015
- View a PDF of The Annual Review 2016
- View a PDF of The Annual Review 2017 or view the flipbook version
The College History
St Anne's College, Oxford: A Brief History is a fascinating look at the College from its early beginnings as the Association of the Education of Women through its journey to become the Society of Home-Students, the St Anne's Society and finally gaining full College status in 1952.
A more detailed History covering from 1952 to the present day has been written by Dr David Smith, Librarian. You can view a copy online or contact email@example.com to request a hard copy.