Sister colleges

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Sister colleges are those colleges of the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge whose students participate in an exchange program. This program lasts for one week, and is usually undertaken at the end of a term. Supposedly the scheme started as a way for King Henry VIII, who attended Oxford, where he read Philosophy, Politics, and Battle Studies, to provide legitimacy for his incestuous affair with his sister who went to Cambridge to read Land Management, disguised as an overweight, burly man from a wealthy family.

edit Exchange Program

During the week-long exchange program, the entire student body of a college at either Oxford or Cambridge migrate to their sister college at the other university. There, visiting students are randomly paired with a host student and must, for the duration of the week, share everything the host owns, including clothing and a bed. Paired students are highly encouraged to participate in joint activities, primarily sexual intercourse, but also studying, playing board games, and sharing joints.

edit Famous Pairs

Famous pairings include:
Trinity, Oxford and St John's, Cambridge
St John's, Oxford and Trinity, Cambridge
St Hugh's, Oxford and Girton, Cambridge (Although as most people know, this is somewhat moot as both are in fact located in Birmingham)
Brasenose, Oxford and Rubcheek, Cambridge
Heath, Oxford and Robinson, Cambridge
Queens, Oxford and Queen's, Cambridge
Queen's, Oxbridge and Que'ens, Camford
Queen's's, O'xfidge and Q'ueens, Camb'rord.

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