The College produces several publications for our global alumnae community throughout the year, including:
- Murray Edwards College Report and New Hall Society Review - A roundup of news from the College in the last twelve months and updates and articles from our alumnae community. The Review and Report is published every Spring.
- The Dolphin - The annual magazine of Murray Edwards College for our students, alumnae and Fellows. It includes information on our latest events, news from the College and opinion pieces from our College Community. The Dolphin is published every summer.
- E-newsletters - Our e-newsletters are sent out at the start of every term providing information to students, alumnae and fellows on upcoming events, our latest news and articles in the media.
- Donor Report - Our Donor Report is sent out once a year in spring to all our donors and supporters as a summary of fundraising in College and the impact it has made.
New Hall Lives II: A Decade of Change, 1965 - 1974
The second volume of New Hall Lives captures the experiences of alumnae from the College's second decade (1965 - 1974), who took up residence in the new building on Huntingdon Road. It was compiled and edited by alumna Tessa Kilvington-Shaw (NH 1970) and published in September 2014 as part of the College's 60th anniversary celebrations. Reminiscences, autobiographies, anecdotes and obituaries are set in context by research from the College's archives, and timelines of contemporary events in the University and the wider world.
The book is priced at £18.00 (including post and packaging) and can be purchased from our online shop or by contacting the Development Office, please phone 01223 762288 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Changing Women's Lives: A Biography of Dame Rosemary Murray By Alison Wilson
Alison Wilson's new biography of our first President, Dame Rosemary Murray, was published by Unicorn Press on 27 May 2014. The book explores Dame Rosemary's early life and provides a fascinating insight into her character. The book costs £25 and can be purchased from the publisher.