Trinity College will welcome five new Gates Scholars in September: Emma Gattey who is completing a Masters in Global and Imperial History at the University of Oxford; Yinou Han from the University of Sydney; Sarah Hirschfield from Princeton University, and Ri Yang Benjamin Tan who is studying for an MPhil in Political Thought and Intellectual History here at Trinity. The fifth scholar is Dan-Mircea Mirea from Romania who will defer for a year.
The former Global Chief Investment Strategist of BlackRock and Cambridge alumnus, Richard Turnill, has been appointed Senior Bursar of Trinity College.
Trinity students Areeg Emarah and Tom McGachie are among the leading lights of the May Week Mega Event, a ‘jam-packed evening of entertainment and inspiration’ on 28 June, designed to bring the Cambridge community together.
Whether it’s Bach’s Mass in B Minor, Howells’ Collegium Regale, or music by living composers, Trinity College Choir is world-renowned for its recordings, for which it has won international awards and garnered rave reviews.
Helen Charlston was a choral scholar at Trinity, 2011-2015, while studying Music. Here the mezzo-soprano talks about her career, offers advice to aspiring singers and reflects on what she has learnt since her starring role in the Choir’s performance of ‘How Do You Keep the Music Playing.'