On 7 July 1317, King Edward II set up a society of King’s Scholars at the University of Cambridge, which 20 years later was established as ‘The King’s Hall.’
Students, staff and Fellows at Trinity are looking forward to welcoming prospective applicants to the College on Thursday 6 and Friday 7 July, in conjunction with the University of Cambridge Open Days.
When pupils from a local primary school visited Trinity recently, one girl looked around the imposing dining hall and asked: ‘Why are there no ladies on the walls?’
Things are hotting up - literally and metaphorically – for the First and Third Trinity Boat Club May Ball, which takes place this evening.
Over 2,000 people gathered on Trinity’s Backs on 11 June for Singing on the River, a free concert of light music performed by the College Choir from punts garlanded with lights.
Trinity alumna and poet, Rebecca Watts, and Trinity Fellow, Professor Adrian Poole, will feature in a BBC Look East report on Monday 12 June about Trinity Poets, the first anthology of poems by nearly 50 authors from Elizabethan times to the present, all members of the College.