On the way to Stratford-upon-Avon, I had a brief opportunity to visit Oxford and the rather famous campuses there. I say “campuses” because Oxford University is actually made up of 38 constituent colleges. Each college is its own self-governing institution that owns its own buildings and decides who joins. The university as a whole is the oldest English-speaking university and the second oldest university in the world. It dates from 1167 or so. Twenty-seven Nobel laureates and 26 British Prime Ministers have darkened these halls.
Title quote: William Butler Yeats, 1888