More than 300 Cambridge students have raised £90,000 this year for May Week Alternative (MWA), the charitable initiative founded by Trinity student George Rosenfeld.
‘Time for Action’ is the theme of this year’s Cambridge Climate Lecture Series, which runs 13 February-12 March. Founder & Chair of CCLS, Trinity Fellow, Dr Hugh Hunt, explains the virtues of discussing the issue and action we can take to mitigate climate change.
Trinity Ethical and Green Affairs (TEGA) Society has joined the active hub of green societies across the University.
Dame Sally Davies, Master of Trinity, raised the rainbow flag beside Great Gate to mark the beginning of LGBT+ History Month on Saturday 1 February to the applause of students, Fellows, staff and passersby.
Trinity students Joanna Sam, Mia Reeves and Isabella Gill have organised a range of events for Pink Week at Trinity from 1-8 February 2020 to raise awareness about breast cancer and funds for breast cancer charities.