In spring 2000, three young traders gathered to discuss their plan for a new start up. It was to be David versus Goliath. The concept was to create the first pure online-only supermarket, competing against the supermarket giants. They faced formidable obstacles: unlike the competition , they had no food stock or brand name, and none of the founders had retail experience.
Angela Rafferty QC and Andrew Walker QC in conversation with Jo Miles A happy alignment of the stars in 2018 has seen two former Trinity students become high profile leaders in the legal profession at the same time: Andrew Walker QC (Law, 1987), as Chair of the Bar, and Angela Rafferty QC (English/Law, 1989) as Chair of the Criminal Bar.
This annual fixture in the College calendar will have particular significance in 2018 as we commemorate the centenary of the end of the First World War.
2018 marks 100 years since Parliament passed the Act which allowed some women, and all men, to vote for the first time. It is also 40 years since Trinity admitted its first female undergraduates. Trinity Women’s Network are pleased to invite you to their autumn event to celebrate these two democratic milestones. You can hear about a Trinity alumnus’ involvement in the original suffrage movement, discuss how far movements for gender equality have come, and how far they may still have to go.
Marking 250 years since Cook's first voyage to the Pacific, join us for an exclusive private view of Oceania at the Royal Academy of Arts.