St Hilda's to vote again

November 21, 2003

For the second time this year, Oxford University's last remaining women-only college, St Hilda's, will vote on whether to admit men. A statement by the college governing body says: "The governing body decided on November 12 that a vote will be held later this term." The governors are backed by St Hilda's principal Lady Judy English. She last week faced a vote of no confidence from students who claimed that communications had broken down. Lady English declined to answer questions on why a second vote was necessary.

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