The Students’ Club consists of all resident students and tutors, with the Warden as President and the Sub-Warden as Vice-President. Formal self-government of the student body dates from 1906, when the students established a single committee of seven (the Students Committee) to govern their affairs, in place of various more or less ad hoc committees. But the Club itself was formed in 1928, with a constitution drawn up by Frank Carter Stephen, a recently departed Law student.
The Club’s executive is the seven-man Students’ Club Committee, headed by the Senior Student and including the Secretary and Treasurer, two members who sit on the College Council’s House Committee and two intercoll representatives. The Club’s syndicates and convenorships manage the social, cultural, humanitarian and sporting life of the College.
For Students’ Club notices and business, log in to the College Intranet which can be done via the the website’s home page.
Senior Students of the College since 1882 (list).