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Oxbridge Leisure and Eccentricity

3:00pm | Thursday 21 March 2013
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About this Event:

Back in 1209 some scholars fled from Oxford to settle in Cambridge. Despite the historic rivalry between the two universities since then, there’s one thing they have in common: how to fill their leisure time and, when their choices meet with official disapproval, how the universities mete out the punishment.

Sharing anecdotes of this scholarly misbehavior are two writers, Cambridge guide Nicholas Chrimes, author of Cambridge –Treasure Island in the Fens, and Richard O Smith, writer on Radio 4’s The Now Show and author of Oxford Student Pranks.