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'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.
As applications open for the Humanities Residential, 5-7 April 2016, Terri-Leigh Riley explains what to expect - and how and why she came to be Schools Liaison Officer at Trinity.
Trinity Fellow and Senior Tutor Professor Catherine Barnard is appealing to EU migrants in the UK to participate in research to help inform public debate ahead of the referendum on EU membership.
As a young Fellow at Trinity in the 1970s, Professor Boyd Hilton knew Brian Lowe's Tutor, Sir James Ramsay Montagu Butler, and one of his Supervisors, Professor Patrick Duff. He reflects on their achievements and personalities, drawing on his memories and his research for a new history of the College.
Brian Lowe came up to Trinity in October 1931 to study law. Tomorrow, from the warmth of New South Wales, Mr Lowe, 102, will have his MA conferred – a little later than most Cambridge graduates.