Merton Senior Research Fellow in Philosophy Professor Gail Fine will give the Keeling Lecture on 'Knowledge, Belief, and Perception in the Phaedo' in March 2014.
"Beyond the Quantum...
The College's new Dobson Organ gets its first public outing this weekend when it will accompany the College Choir for our two Advent Carol Services.
On Wednesday 20 November, Merton College Choir broadcast Choral Evensong live on BBC Radio 3 at 3:30pm.
We are delighted that one of the commissions from the Merton Choirbook has been short-listed for the British Composer Awards.
Dr Prag is co-editor of a substantial new book that argues for a dynamic reading of the economy, politics and history of the central and western Mediterranean beyond Rome.
Appointment recognises her work on the understanding and treating of lysosomal disorders.
Merton’s annual September Telethon, which has just finished on 1 October, has raised a record £238,723.10 for the College.
The upgrade of the accommodation building at Rose Lane 5 (RL5) is nearing completion.
Last week Merton College welcomed 36 candidates for choral award auditions. The candidates are hoping to enter the University in October 2014, and were based at Merton for three days.
Tomorrow Merton will open its doors to its graduate alumni for a special reunion dinner — one which we hope will be the first of many.
The College Choir has recently returned from a short tour of Sweden, where they sang concerts and services in some of the country's most beautiful churches.
The College Choir were featured in the fourth episode of David Starkey's Music and Monarchy, broadcast on Saturday 10 August on BBC Two.
We are delighted to announce that, thanks to the generosity of Mertonians and friends of Merton worldwide, more than £24.4 million has now been raised towards the 750th Anniversary Campaign target of £30 million...
On Wednesday 17 July we were delighted to welcome representatives from Mahidol Wittayanusorn School (โรงเรียนมหิดลวิทยานุสรณ์), to discuss international student recruitment and admissions provision,...
A Merton Classics student, Daisy Syme-Taylor, has been awarded this year's Newdigate Prize for Poetry. She joins an illustrious group of previous winners, include John Ruskin, Matthew Arnold, Oscar Wilde, Alan Hollinghurst and Andrew...