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College Calendar


This calendar lists events associated with Trinity College. Members of College are welcome to add events to it.
DateTimeCategoryEventDetails

1st Nov 200517:00SocietiesAmnesty International Letter WritingAmnesty give us case files detailing human rights abuses. We write to politicians and officials who can do something about it. It helps to save lives. Contact: Peter Fremlin, ptf20. (JCR)

1st Nov 200520:00FilmCineclubSoirée action. 8pm: Nora Inu [Stray Dog] (Akira Kurosawa, 1949); 10 pm: La Femme Nikita (Luc Besson, 1981). (Winstanley Lecture Theatre.)

31st Oct 200520:00AcademicCambridge University Biological SocietyProfessor Sir Andrew Huxley, Former Master of Trinity, Nobel Laureate for Physiology and Medicine in 1963: "How muscles work: Then and Now". Pharmacology Lecture Theatre. CU Biological Society.

27th Oct 200517:00AcademicPolitical Thought and Intellectual History WorkshopDavid Gilks: "From thundertentronk to metaphysics: changing French perceptions of the German intellect." Workshop organised by Damian Valdez (dv212) (Junior Parlour).

27th Oct 200517:30AcademicHistory of the Book SeminarYu-Chiao Wang (Cambridge), 'Wynkyn de Worde's editions of English romances and his promotional strategies'. All welcome. Dr Anne Henry (Trinity College); Dr Andrew Taylor (Trinity College) (Allhusen Room).

27th Oct 200520:00AcademicTrinity College Science SocietyProf. Chris Calladine, FRS, will present an engineering perspective on a biological system in his talk entitled "Bacterial flagellae: Smart structure, smart protein." All welcome! (Winstanley Lecture Theatre). Further details.

26th Oct 200520:00MusicTrinity College Music SocietyYixiang Jordan Xu (piano) plays a selection of European and Chinese music, including works by Brahms, Chopin, Scriabin and Schumann. Tickets on the door £8 (£5 concessions/ £2 TCMS members) (Chapel). TCMS.

25th Oct 200517:00SocietiesAmnesty International Letter WritingAmnesty give us case files detailing human rights abuses. We write to politicians and officials who can do something about it. It helps to save lives. Contact: Peter Fremlin, ptf20. (JCR)

25th Oct 200520:00FilmCineclubSoirée Carné. 8pm: Les Enfants du paradis (Marcel Carné, 1945) [NB: Film duration: 190 mins] (Winstanley Lecture Theatre).

24th Oct 200520:15SocietiesTrinity Mathematical SocietyProf. John Hinch, FRS, will be speaking about the flow and non-flow of sand grains (Old Combination Room). TMS.

22nd Oct 2005 to 26th Nov 200513:00ChapelBible Study on RomansSaturday lunchtimes this term, in M6 Blue Boar Court, with food provided. Contact the Chaplain, Ruth Adams (rha20@cam.ac.uk) if you are interested in taking part.

22nd Oct 200520:00MusicTrinity College Music SocietyJulian Black and Danyal Dhondy will be conducting an orchestra including many of the university's finest musicians performing: Butterworth 'A Shropshire Lad'; Brahms's 'Violin Concerto' (Nicky Olle - soloist); and Vaughan Williams's Symphony No. 5 in D. Tickets £8, (£5 concessions/ £3 TCMS members) (Chapel). TCMS.

20th Oct 200517:00AcademicEarly Modern European History SeminarDr Sachiko Kusukawa (Trinity College) will speak on 'Picturing the book of nature: the case of Konrad Gessner'. Graham Storey Room, Trinity Hall.

20th Oct 200520:00AcademicTrinity College Science SocietyProf. Robin Carrell, FRS, will speak on "Molecular Medicine: New dimensions in dementia?" All Trinity students who are interested in science are welcome and encouraged to attend, regardless of their discipline! (Old Combination Room). TCSS.

18th Oct 200520:00FilmCineclubVoyages cinématographiques. 8pm: Central do Brasil [Central Station] (Walter Salles, 1998); 10pm: Ceux qui m’aiment prendront le train (Patrice Chéreau, 1998) (Winstanley Lecture Theatre).

16th Oct 200520:00FilmTrinity College Literary SocietyRomanian Films Season (1) "Niki&Flo" (Lucian Pintilie, 2003). Trinity Literary Society kicks off its Romanian film season, in association with Judith E. Wilson Drama Fellow Yvonne McDevitt with Lucian Pintilie's gripping tale of power, humiliation and home-video obsession (Winstanley Lecture Theatre).

14th Oct 200519:00SocietiesTrinity Art Society SquashRent original works of art to brighten up your walls. Choose from over 150 pictures. Come early to avoid disappointment and bring cheque book. Junior Common Room - until 10pm. Further details.

13th Oct 200517:00AcademicPolitical Thought and Intellectual History WorkshopIsabel DiVanna: “Looking for the Perfect Source: French historiography in the 1860s-1870s and the New Idea of Republic”. Workshop organised by Damian Valdez (dv212) (Junior Parlour).

13th Oct 200517:30AcademicHistory of the Book SeminarProfessor Brian Cummings (Sussex): 'Images in Books: Foxe Eikonoklastes'. The second edition of John Foxe's Actes and Monuments in 1570 is one of the most extravagant books of the sixteenth century. In every way it was designed to outdo other books on the market, and even its own first edition of 1563. Among other drastic enlargements, it contains more than double the number of images. What place do the images have in the book? How does image relate to text? This paper considers a particular sub-set of images in the 1570 edition in order to investigate further the controversy over images in late medieval and early modern England, and the relationship of images to textuality. In the process it also considers a topic crucial to both sides of this controversy, the construction of sainthood (Allhusen Room).

11th Oct 200520:00SocietiesTrinity College Science SocietyCome along to the opening lecture of the TCSS Michaelmas seminar series to hear Dr Richard Saumarez speaking on "Sudden death: How can we understand and prevent it?" (Old Combination Room). Further details.

11th Oct 200520:00FilmCineclubSoirée ‘Tristan et Iseut’. 8pm: L’Eternel retour (Jean Cocteau, 1943); 10 pm: La Femme d’à côté (François Truffaut, 1981) (Winstanley Lecture Theatre).

10th Oct 200520:15SocietiesTrinity Mathematical SocietyJoin us for the first talk of the term when Prof. Imre Leader will be talking about "clueless voting". This talk is free to all members of the University (Old Combination Room). TMS.

9th Oct 200521:00EntertainmentMagpie and StumpFormer Presidents Emma Woolerton, Nick Blackburn, Julian Forbes and Tim Dickinson debate the motion "This house believes any fool can get into university nowadays". All welcome, especially freshers (Old Combination Room).

2nd Oct 200512:00ChapelFreshers' ServiceA service to welcome Freshers and everyone returning to Trinity for the new term; followed by lunch (Chapel).

25th Sep 200512:00AlumniAlumni BuffetThere will be a buffet luncheon for alumni and their guests in Nevile's Court on Sunday, 25th September, from 12 noon to 2.00pm. We regret that all tickets for the luncheon have now been taken up. For further information please contact the Alumni Relations Officer, Mrs Corinne Lloyd .

Members of the College are welcome to add events relating to Trinity to this Calendar. To do so, please send an email to calendar@trin.cam.ac.uk as soon as possible in advance of the event with the following information:



  • the date of the event;

  • the time it will take place (or 'all day');

  • the title of the event;

  • very brief details about the event (which may include a website address);

  • your name.


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