October Newsletter 2015

The Alumni Carol Service is being held on Monday 7 December from 7:00pm at St Sepulchre’s Church, London with the choir made up from members of the TCCA. To attend, please visit: https://alumni.trin.cam.ac.uk/carols. Tickets cost £10.00 per person.

The next Fellows’ London Research Talks will be held at the Royal Institution of Great Britain on Thursday 12 November from 6:00pm. Registration is available online here. Limited tickets are available so we strongly recommend booking immediately to avoid disappointment.


Former Trinity Choral Scholar, Guy Hayward (2005), creates Time Out style guide of evensong services. Read: http://ind.pn/1RyRaSM

Dr Suchitra Sebastian (e2005) has won the Philip Leverhulme Prize for Physics.

Professor David MacKay FRS (1985) comments on the UN climate negotiations. Read: http://bbc.in/1RTwW74

Eleanor Kornas (2012) has been awarded the Adami Award Junior Fellowship for Piano Accompaniment at the Royal College of Music for the academic year 2015-16.

Chandrahas Choudhury (2000) has published ‘The Indian Novel as an Agent of History’. Read: http://bit.ly/1RdRfeC

Professor Simon Schaffer FBA (1972) discusses how the seeds of scientific knowledge have spread. Read: http://bit.ly/1LYyfgB

Professor Sheilagh Ogilvie (1980) comments on the legacy of guilds. Read: http://nyr.kr/1NEbmVx

Meet Dr Nicolas Bell, Trinity’s new librarian. Read: https://www.trin.cam.ac.uk/news/librarian-Wren

Elizabeth I takes centre stage at Trinity. Read: https://www.trin.cam.ac.uk/news/elizabeth-i-takes-centre-stage-trinity

Dr Gerhard Fasol (1978) has written on the recent Corporate Governance Reforms in Japan. Read: http://bit.ly/1RdWxH3

Anthony Lane (1981) reviews ‘Bridge of Spies’ and ‘Truth’ in The New Yorker. Read: http://nyr.kr/1kQFSza

Mel Giedroyc (1987) to host Strictly Come Dancing Live Tour in 2016. Read: http://bit.ly/1O73Rqb

Professor Ross Anderson (1974) comments on cyber security and the TalkTalk hacking. Read: http://bit.ly/1KEQ2rl

Dr Ross Wilson (e2013) discusses the nature of the ‘rave review’ and asks whether it counts as criticism. Read: http://bit.ly/1LBwTKU

Dr John Rudge (1999) has been awarded the Philip Leverhulme Prize in Earth Sciences.