Hey, I'm applying Oxford this year and wanted the low down on Keble. Not a lot tends to be said about it, as far as I can see. I know its very pro-state school students (which bodes well for me!). Some colleges have reputations for being ultra conservative (deserved or not) such as Oriel and ChCh, and other extremely liberal like Wadham. Where does Keble tend to lie in the spectrum?
I went on the Sutton Trust last year and absolutely loved Keble, very different from the older colleges, seemed very warm and welcoming but evidently a two hour dinner after all the students have gone home for summer is hardly indicative of a college's true character. I'm looking to do English, not that that makes any particular difference.
Any info would be much appreciated, especially if you actually go Keble.