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Political science student Sarah Lusack was inspired to organize a conference for Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) students after her experience of widening participation initiatives at Cambridge.
When former choral scholar at Trinity, Guy Hayward (2005), looked online to find evensong services at churches he planned to visit, he found the details ‘totally buried’ in church websites.
Dr Hugh Hunt, Fellow of Trinity and Reader in the Department of Engineering, has brought large-scale engineering to life on screen through some of the most audacious feats of the Second World War.
He has not reached the ends of the Earth yet, but Dr John Rudge, a Fellow of Trinity and Lecturer in the Department of Earth Sciences, has been awarded a prestigious prize that will help him and his students continue their journey into the planet’s deep interior.
Towards dusk last Friday, students trickled into the ante-chapel. Clad in gowns, they were assembling for a special ceremony, the Admission of Scholars, which dates back to 1560.