During summer 2018, History student Amelia Hutchinson undertook an internship researching the hidden histories of women at Trinity, as part of the 40th anniversary celebrations of undergraduate women’s arrival at the College. Paula Wolff, Library Assistant, caught up with Amelia to discuss the project and her research, which is published below.
The Trevelyan brothers, Robert, Charles and George, who all attended Trinity, provide a microcosm in one family of the range of attitudes towards the First World War. Trinity archivist Rebecca Hughes explores the brothers’ experience of and attitudes to war.
Alumni, Fellows, staff and students are invited to contribute their experiences, memories and thoughts about studying, living and working at Trinity.
Trinity College students will plant 619 poppies on the grass in Great Court for the annual Remembrance Day service, which this year marks the end of the First World War.
One hundred years after Trinity alumnus David Louis Clemetson was killed on the Western Front, alumna Sarah Lusack returned to College to find out more about the Jamaican student and soldier, and to present a video about his extraordinary story.