On Friday 26 February the provisional programme of the 2018 Trinity May Ball was sent to Cambridge City Council. Over the next four months, a myriad fire precautions, electrical tests, risk assessments, security measures, staff briefings, noise controls, food safety certificates, and grass protection were implemented, checked and re-checked.
Music student Frankie Postles invites young people in Cambridge to Come and Sing at Trinity on Saturday 9 June.
Dr Clare Walker Gore came to Trinity in 2016 from Selwyn College after her PhD which explored the fictional representations of disability in the Victorian period. In the second of a series of Q&As with Trinity’s Junior Research Fellows, Dr Walker Gore explains the extent to which novelists such as Charles Dickens, Wilkie Collins, Charlotte Yonge and Dinah Craik relied on the concept of disability to make their plots work. And she outlines her new project about women novelists’ fiction and life writing.
Cambridge students plan to return to schools in Wales as part of new initiatives to build on the success of the Seren Network, which supports Wales’ brightest students to achieve their academic potential and gain access to leading universities.