Giacomo Casanova’s legendary life of adventure is well known from his autobiographical Mémoires. The Venetian writer and traveller charmed his way across eighteenth-century Europe. The discovery of a hitherto unknown letter shows that Casanova was also close to his family and down-to-earth, dispensing firm but kind advice to his nephew.
Serena Cole is the first black female President of Trinity College Students’ Union (TCSU). In this Q&A the second-year Medical student reflects on what she has gained from getting involved in student politics and outreach work, and how her experience could inspire others.
Professor Valerie Gibson OBE is head of the High Energy Physics Research Group at the Cavendish Laboratory and the University’s Gender Equality Champion for STEMM.
…You need to be courageous enough to think about a very high future, a very promising future. Anybody can go to Oxford and Cambridge provided you are working hard.