Daily archives: 28th April 2016


What better way to alleviate exam stress than free pizza?! Come and socialise, or just grab some pizza as a revision break to save cooking dinner. Vegetarian and gluten free will be catered for. Please indicate if you plan to attend, so we can gauge how much pizza we require! […]

Hughes Pizza Night


Earlier this year Hughsian PGCE student, April Heath, was taken ill at Norfolk and Norwich Hospital. The staff looked after her extremely well and within 2 and a half weeks had discovered and removed a stomach tumour which was thought to have been cancerous. April has since been informed that […]

Hughes Hall’s Got Talent






A programme of music composed by three leading French composers, Francis Poulenc, Maurice Duruflé, and Olivier Messiaen, who were all working in Paris during World War 2, when the city was occupied by the German army, and governance was transferred to the puppet Vichy government. Performed by Hughes Hall Senior […]

An evening of Poulenc, Duruflé, Messiaen




Come and take part in an informal conversation style event with Hughes Hall City Fellow, Mark Bale. Mark is Deputy Director of Health Science & Bioethics at the Department of Health and Head of Science Partnerships at Genomics England. The meeting will be an opportunity for medical students and researchers […]

Mark Bale on Health Policy – At Hughes










OUR INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH PROJECT NEEDS YOUR INPUT! HELP US STUDY POLITICAL PERCEPTIONS OF STUDENTS AT ELITE UNIVERSITIES ACROSS THE GLOBE. I am writing to invite you to take part in an exciting international research project on political perceptions of students at elite universities. Just follow this link to take our […]

Research Survey