BioBlitz, a citizen-science event that helps build up the map of animals, birds and insects in and around Cambridge, is being held in the Fellows’ Gardens at Trinity, 22-23 July.
More than 60 people viewed Mercury’s transit across the sun from Trinity’s Great Court on 9 May including the Master, Sir Gregory Winter, the Astronomer Royal, Lord Rees, a host of College staff and students, and members of the public.
Visitors to Great Court are often surprised by its splendour and size. On 9 May 2016 there will be an added attraction. Tourists and students alike should be able to see the transit of Mercury across the sun (if the sun shines).
As everyone knows the EU referendum looms. Trinity's Senior Tutor and Professor of European Union Law and Employment Law at Cambridge, Catherine Barnard, reflects on engaging with the media and the public on the contentious issues raised by the EU membership debate.
Trinity College’ Schools Liaison Officer Terri-Leigh Riley is spearheading a new University society to help students from diverse backgrounds throughout their time at Cambridge.