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  Oriel College, Oxford - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Oriel is the fifth oldest of Oxford's colleges, and the oldest college that doesn't habitually claim it is the oldest college.
The official name of the College is ‘the House of Blessed Mary the Virgin in Oxford commonly called Oriel College', the name Oriel being used from about 1349 which probably originated from a tenement known as Seneschal Hall or La Oriole granted to the college in 1327.
Samuel Wilberforce - Undergraduate 1823 to 1826: Bishop of Oxford and Winchester.
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 WILBERFORCE, W. - LoveToKnow Article on WILBERFORCE, W.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
In 1826 he was chosen fellow of Oriel and was ordained, among his friends and colleagues being Newman, Pusey and Keble.
For a few years he was one of the tutors at Oriel, but the provost, Edward Hawkins, disliked his religious views, and in 1831 he resigned and left Oxford.
The set of friends with whom he chiefly associated at Oxford were sometimes named, on account of their exceptionally decorous conduct, the " Bethel Union "; but he was by no means averse to amusements, and specially delighted in hurdle jumping and hunting.
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 Learn english in England. English courses abroad   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Oriel College is one of the oldest colleges in Oxford University.
The college¹s official title is "The House of the Blessed Mary the Virgin in Oxford".
It is one of the smaller colleges, having two hundred and ninety undergraduates and one hundred and sixty graduate students during the academic year.
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 Reporter 14/1/98: Oriel College, Oxford   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
The College invites applications for the post of Librarian to take up office from 1 May 1998.
The position is full-time and the salary is in the range of £15,159 to £18,494 a year.
Applications including a full curriculum vitae (five copies) together with the names of three referees should be sent not later than 29 January 1998 to the College Secretary, Oriel College, Oxford, OX1 4EW, from whom further particulars may be obtained.
www.admin.cam.ac.uk /reporter/1997-8/weekly/5724/62.html   (87 words)

 Oxford Movement
A movement to reform the Church of England begun at Oxford University in 1833, the Oxford movement was led by John Keble, John Henry Newman, and Richard Hurrell Froude.
All were fellows of Oriel College, Oxford, passionately loyal to the church, and deeply disturbed by the British government's interference in its affairs.
The Oxford Movement was an important religious development within the Church of England in the nineteenth century in response to the critical rationalism, skepticism, lethargy, liberalism, and immorality of the day.
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He was educated Oriel College between October 12, 1730 and 1735 in Oriel College, Oxford, England..
Oxford between June 2, 1785 and 1789 in Oxford, England..
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 Paloma Wang : The David and Jayne Paterson Educational Trust   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Oxford lived up to all my expectations fully: the academic atmosphere, the faculty and the resources, the facilities and modern equipment, and even the classic architectures and the natural scenery.
Oxford is the ideal place to study, 24-hour free internet connections, easy access to many textbooks and materials from the college library and the Bodleain Library where a whole collection of law reports, periodicals, etc are available.
I used to be the President of Oxford Chinese Culture Society, the Secretary of Oxford Guild Society, which is the biggest career-oriented student society, the Secretary of Oxford University Asia-Pacific Career and Researcher and Event Secretary of Oxford University Asia-Pacific Society.
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 Cardinal Newman Chair of Catholic Thought   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Born in London in 1801, Newman studied at Trinity College at Oxford University and was appointed Fellow of Oriel College, Oxford in 1822.
He was the leading Tractarians of the Oxford movement (1833-41) that sought to recover and renew the Catholic heritage of the Church of England.
Newman was appointed as an honorary fellow of Trinity College, Oxford in 1877.
www.alaskapacific.edu /newman/JOHN_HENRY_CARDINAL_NEWMAN.htm   (638 words)

 The Oxford Movement, by RW Church
The fellows of certain colleges were obliged to proceed to the B.D. degree on pain of forfeiting their fellowships.
Macmullen at last got his degree, but at the cost of a great deal of ill-blood in Oxford, for which Dr. Hampden, by his unwarranted interference, and the University authorities, by their questionable devices to save the credit and claims of one of their own body, must be held mainly responsible.
Stern and severe in his teaching at one time,--at least as he was understood,--beyond even the severity of Puritanism, he was yet overflowing with affection, tender and sympathetic to all who came near him, and, in the midst of continual controversy, he endeavoured, with deep conscientiousness, to avoid the bitternesses of controversy.
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 Oriel College : Oxford University Graduate Studies Prospectus 2006/07
Oriel College was founded in 1324 by Adam de Brome and was granted its charter by King Edward II in 1326, making it the first college of royal foundation in the University.
The Tutor for Graduates, who is a Fellow of the College, has responsibility for the welfare of graduate students: graduates are also allocated a College Adviser (in addition to their University Supervisor) who is a Fellow or Tutor of the College in their broad subject field.
Oriel admits students in a wide variety of disciplines, but particularly welcomes those in a field of interest to a Fellow or Tutor of the College.
www.admin.ox.ac.uk /postgraduate/colleges/orie.shtml   (646 words)

 Marshall Scholarships: Application for a 2006 Scholarship - Partner Scholarships
Imperial College London was established in 1907 through the merger of the Royal College of Science, the City and Guilds College and the Royal School of Mines.
Oriel is a friendly and attractive College in the centre of Oxford.
The College saw a 100 per cent increase in the number of departments achieving the highest 5 and 5* ratings since the last RAE in 1996 - a total of 60 per cent of all departments in the College were in these bands.
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 Oriel College, Oxford University
The original name of Oriel College was "House of the Blessed Mary the Virgin in Oxford".
Oriel was founded in 1326 by Adam de Brome, a functionary at the court of Edward II.
Brome induced the king to endow Oriel with money and lands, and Edward is therefore claimed as a co-founder by the college.
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Oriel is known for its friendly and welcoming atmosphere.
Oriel's buildings date from the early 17th to the 20th century and are among the most picturesque in Oxford.
The main entrance to Oriel is in Oriel Square at the end of King Edward Street.
www.admissions.ox.ac.uk /colleges/orie.shtml   (673 words)

 Reporter 22/4/98: Oriel College, Oxford   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
The Provost and Fellows of Oriel College offer a prize of £60 for the best Petrarchan Sonnet in English submitted by an undergraduate of Oxford or Cambridge, on a subject to be chosen by the candidate.
The competing sonnets should be sent to the Provost, Oriel College, Oxford, OX1 4EW, not later than Monday, 1 June 1998.
Each sonnet must be accompanied by a certificate from the Head or a Fellow of the candidate's College, stating that the candidate is an undergraduate.
www.admin.cam.ac.uk /reporter/1997-8/weekly/5734/56.html   (144 words)

 Oxford University Gazette: Appointments, 29 April 2004   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Oriel College invites applications for a four year fixed-term Fellowship in Political Theory, with effect from 1 October 2004.
Oriel College is seeking to appoint a Chaplain for a five-year period with effect from 1 October 2004.
The stipend is that of an incumbent of the Church of England in the Oxford Diocese, on the scale £16,800--£18,708 per annum (subject to any stipend review from 1 April 2004).
www.ox.ac.uk /gazette/2003-4/weekly/290404/appts/entry_12.htm   (416 words)

 Newman Catholic Student Association at Penn State University   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
He became a fellow of Oriel College, Oxford in 1822 and a tutor in 1826.
The pulpit of this church was extremely influential in the Oxford community.
The leaders of the Oxford Movement wanted to position Anglicanism as a middle way between the Catholic Church's extraordinary claims of authority and infallibility and Protestantism's emphasis on spiritual liberty and private judgment.
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 Swandean School of English International Summer School at Oriel College Oxford
Meals are prepared by the college chef and his staff and are served in the traditional Oxford College dining hall.
Senior members of the College's academic staff remain in residence during the summer vacation and, consequently, participants on this course are requested to minimise noise from 10.00 p.m.
Oriel College has a doctor who is available on call.
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 Oxford University Gazette: Appointments, 4 October 2001   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Further particulars of the Provostship are available from the College Secretary (e-mail: college.secretary@ oriel.ox.ac.uk, telephone: Oxford (2)76543).
Details of the college may be found at http:/www.oriel.ox.ac.uk/.
Oriel College invites applications for the post of Librarian to take up Office from 1 January 2002.
www.ox.ac.uk /gazette/2001-2/weekly/041001/appts/entry_5.htm   (173 words)

 John Keble   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Keble was ordained by the Bishop of Oxford as a Deacon in 1815 and as a priest in 1816.
He moved on to the curacy of Hursley (where he is buried) and during his life held a series of positions in Oxford including examiner and college tutor at Oriel, civil service examiner, and professor of poetry.
Keble College, Oxford opened in 1869, and serves as a lasting monument to John Keble.
www.southrop.gloucs.sch.uk /johnkebl.htm   (208 words)

 Oxford Movement
The Oxford Movement was an attempt to prove that the Church of England was a direct descendant of the Christian church established by the Apostles.
The leader was John Henry Newman a fellow of Oriel College, Oxford and vicar of St Mary's Church, Oxford.
He had been influenced by a sermon by John Keble in 1833 criticising the increasing secularization of the Church of England.
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 The Oxford Movement, by R.W. Church
John Keble, by some years the senior but the college friend and intimate of Arnold, was the son of a Gloucestershire country clergyman of strict character and considerable scholarship.
He taught and educated his two sons at home, and then sent them to Oxford, where both of them made their mark, and the elder, John, a mere boy when he first appeared at his college, Corpus, carried off almost everything that the University could give in the way of distinction.
He had become one of the most distinguished men in Oxford, when about the year 1823 he felt himself bound to give himself more exclusively to the work of a clergyman, and left Oxford to be his father's curate.
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 The Trustees : The David and Jayne Paterson Educational Trust   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Sir Ewen Fergusson, GCMG, GCVO was born in Singapore on 28 October 1932 and was educated at Geelong Grammar School in Australia, Rugby School in England and Oriel College, Oxford.
Michael Paterson was born on 26 July 1948 in Peebles in Scotland and was educated at Stonyhurst College in England.
He was educated at Stonyhurst College in Lancashire and studied Medicine at Oriel College, Oxford where he obtained his MA (Hons) in Animal Physiology.
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 Kennion, George Wyndham   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
He was fellow of Exeter College 1747-71, Whitehall preacher 1753, vicar of Culham, Oxfordshire, 1753-83, chaplain to the bishop of Oxford 1766, Radcliffe librarian at Oxford 1767-1783, canon of Westminster Abbey 1770, canon of Christ Church, Oxford, 1770-83, and held the vicarage of Menheniot, Cornwall, 1771-81.
He studied at Oriel College, Oxford (B.A., 1867), and was ordered deacon in 1869 and ordained priest in 1870.
He was also visitor of Wadham College, Oxford, in 1882, lecturer in pastoral theology in the University of Cambridge in 1900, and Ramsden Preacher in the same university in the following year.
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 Keble, John. Papers.
Keble and his younger brother, Thomas, were educated at home by their father, a former scholar and fellow at Corpus Christi College, Oxford.
He was ordained by the Bishop of Oxford as a Deacon in 1815 and as a priest in 1816.
His series of Oxford lectures on poetry (in Latin) was published in 1841 as Di Poeticae Vi Medic.
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 Swandean School of English International Summer School at Oriel College Oxford
The school reserves the right to cancel or otherwise alter the dates, times or any of the other particular of courses, except that in the event of cancellation all payments made in respect of courses so cancelled will be refunded.
Oriel College and Swandean School care sincerely about the welfare of their students and make our best efforts to assist them in resolving problems that may arise for them in or out of school.
While, however, we do our best to help, we accept no responsibility or liability in respect of deficiencies in the services of any third party which we may use in connection with services to students, nor for any injury, illness, damage, loss, delay or inconvenience howsoever occasioned to or incurred by the student.
www.swandean.co.uk /oxford/conditions.htm   (311 words)

 Search Results for oriel - Encyclopædia Britannica
English scholar and philosopher remembered for his contribution to the study of the societal aspects of religion.
After pursuing his education in an evangelical home and at Trinity College, Oxford, he was made a fellow of Oriel College, Oxford, in 1822, vice principal of Alban...
Anglican churchman and a leader of the Oxford Movement, which sought to reintroduce High Church, or “catholic,” thought and practice into the Church of England.
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