|Christchurch is not known for its religious
or racial diversity. In 2011, the British
Prime Minister said his alma matter’s
admission figures were “disgraceful”.
|Christchurch in Oxford, England is both a cathedral
and a prestigious college, producing no less than
thirteen British Prime Ministers.
|John Locke, the famed British philosopher,
was an Oxford alumni. His thoughts on
the separation of church and state were
influential in the American Declaration
|Tom Quadrangle at Oxford. Every night at five past nine,
the seven-ton bell in Tom Tower chimes 101 times.
The original 101 students had to be within the walls
of Oxford by the last toll.
|Oxford Dining hall during Harry Potter days, with
enchanted floating candelabras and wizard hats.
|Oxford dining hall, complete with paintings of famous
men (women were not allowed here until 1978)!
|Professor McGonagall awaiting
the first year students on the
|The same staircase with yours truly.
I am related to a witch, after all!
|See the tiny Alice in the lower left of
this magnificent window? That’s in honor
of “Alice Through the Looking Glass” or
as we know her, Alice in Wonderland.