On the 50th anniversary of Trinity's Fellowship in Creative Arts, Professor Adrian Poole reflects on living and working with resident composers, poets, novelists and painters.
Potsherds. A May bug. The report of a 17th-century magician’s trial. Zazel, ‘the human cannonball.’ The view from Newton’s rooms. A set of old keys still in daily use. Tennyson’s hidden pipe. Plimsolls on cobblestones. Four-year-old Lucas, ready to run across the grass.
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.
Trinity alumna Sarah Lusack has played a pivotal role in Cambridge partnering with Target Oxbridge, an innovative programme that aims to increase successful undergraduate applications from black students to Oxford and Cambridge.
Research into hundreds of people’s views about Brexit and the future UK-EU relationship led by Trinity Fellow, Professor Catherine Barnard, found ‘a striking degree of moderate consensus’ on both sides of the debate – and not the ‘hard Brexit’ currently being pursued by the UK government.