Sports, clubs and societies
Become involved in a wide variety of sports, clubs and societies at St Antony's to keep healthy in mind and in body and to have fun!
St Antony's Yoga Society offers ashtanga and vinyasa flow classes on the college campus throughout the academic year. Classes are given by certified yoga instructors and are open to students of all levels. All College members are welcome.
Global South Film Society (GSFS)
The Global South Film Society is how St Antony’s would be in cinema: cosmopolitan, politically engaged, independent and collective. The only place in town and beyond where you can watch and discuss films from around the globe – from the Philippines to Iran, from Bogotà to Ramallah – with active participation, good company and freedom in its more unconventional guise. Established in Michaelmas term 2011, the GSFS is more and more involved in inter-disciplinary events, such as organising lectures and discussion roundtables.
St Antony's Boat Club (Men's and Women's)
St Antony's Boat Club is the rowing club of St Antony's College, Oxford. For over 50 years, it has offered any member of the College the opportunity to learn how to row and compete at various University and external competitions. Beginners are just as welcome to the Club as experienced oarsmen, and the Boat Club has a proud record of success in different regattas throughout the year.
St Antony's Brewing Society has officially reclaimed its former glory amongst Oxford University's premier student-run, beer brewing societies. The mission of the society is simple: brew beer and drink it. No elaboration is necessary.
All St Antony’s beer lovers are welcome to join the society as members. You can learn more by emailing Society President and Co-Founder Robert Mogielnicki.
St Antony's International Review (STAIR)
Please visit our new website at www.stairjournal.com. The links below are no longer being updated.
St Antony's International Review (STAIR) is Oxford's journal of global affairs, a peer-reviewed, academic journal established in 2005 by graduate members of St Antony's College.
STAIR seeks to reflect an ethos of open, accessible, and engaged intellectual debate. It provides a forum in which emerging scholars can publish their work alongside established academics and policy-makers, and operates a double-blind peer review process.
Football Club (Men's and Women's)
The men’s football team trains every Wednesday at 9pm at the Oxford City FC stadium on Marsh Lane. Any players that are interested in playing are welcome any time free of charge.
Information to follow.