Cherwell wrote up the term’s programme (19 January 1963):
It also reported in the same issue a row with Vade Mecum, the termly listings magazine:
Peter Simple’s “Way of the World” column in the Dailty Telegraph found OUHG well enough known to be worth satirising – the final paragraph is a reference to this.
Several of the term’s meetings attracted coverage. Francis Crick’s address in Second Week was reported in the Oxford Mail (30 January 1963):
and in Cherwell (2 February 1963):
The debate between Anthony Quinton and R W Southern was reported in Cherwell (9 February 1963):
In addition, the flamboyant and luxuriantly moustached Sir Gerald Nabarro MP got into the act, if somewhat obscurely, both in the London Evening Standard (27 February 1963):
In June 1963 The Humanist noted the OUHG’s successful term: