'The Master seems to be working, moving, creating – like a magician or an alchemist' Hilde Capparella, Catering Department At first glance the Master of Trinity, Sir Gregory Winter, appears in a melee of swooping arrows, one larger-than-life hand raised. Then you notice his other hand firmly grasping a steely arrow.
The Wren Library’s most famous music manuscript has been loaned to the Musée de l'Armée in Paris, as part of a major exhibition commemorating the 600th anniversary of the Battle of Agincourt.
Freshers eating lunch were not the only new faces in Hall this week. Queen Elizabeth I now surveys the scene from above High Table.
Dr Nicolas Bell has been appointed to succeed Professor David McKitterick as College Librarian. We caught up with him on his first day at the Librarian’s desk in the Wren Library.