July Newsletter 2017

Trinity tops Tompkins Table for the seventh straight year.

Looking back 700 years to Trinity’s origins. Read more

Professor Joya Chatterji FBA (1985) comments on the 70th Anniversary of the partition of India. Listen

Professor Simon Baron-Cohen (1995) comments on Britons diagnosed with Asperger Syndrome who have been arrested for hacking US government websites. Read

Congratulations to The Hon Sir Rabinder Singh QC (1982), who has been appointed to the Court of Appeal.

Judge Gregory Sinfeld (1977) has been appointed as President of the First-tier Tribunal assigned to the Tax Chamber with effect from 11 October 2017.

Hugo Ramambason (2014) has been confirmed as Cambridge University Boat Club’s president for the 2018 Boat Race campaign. Read

Report on the success of the Swindon Scholars Programme, part of the Villiers Park Educational Trust’s national programme – supported by Trinity College – which is tackling the issue of social mobility that affects many disadvantaged students in the Swindon area. Read

Professor David Runciman (1967) discusses modern politics. Read

Profile of Jack Thompson (1957), who read Law at Trinity. Read

Anthony Lane (1981) reviews ‘Dunkirk’ in The New YorkerRead

Profile of Dr Jennifer Bates (2007), who started her own archaeological dig aged 7. Read


Japan: On Friday 8 September 2017, Trinity Fellows Professor Mikael AdolphsonProfessor Sachiko Kusukawa and Professor Dominic Lieven are planning to attend a special ‘Trinity in Japan‘ event. All Trinity members are welcome to join the free drinks reception, while prior registration and prepayment are required for the dinner. Tickets and more information.

Cambridge: Trinity Women’s Network, Concert & Dinner, Saturday 9 September, Trinity College. Tickets and more information.

London: TBCA Distinguished Speaker Series, John McFarlane OBE, Wednesday 20 September, Chairman of Barclays, Gresham College. Tickets and more information.

Cambridge: TrinTalk: Medicine and Technology, Sunday 24 September, Trinity CollegeTickets and more information.

London: TLA: Law as an International Career, Thursday 9 November, Kirkland & Ellis LLP. Tickets and more information.

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