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TriniTea: Ben, Library

I’ve been drinking tea and catching up with Ai Weiwei interviewed on 'The Today Programme' this morning. While it's been sunny I have quite enjoyed the new experience of working from home. Now that we have some April showers, not…

Law at Trinity

It is possible to study law at Trinity either for all three years of the Law Tripos, as a new undergraduate student, or for only two years, as a student transferring to law from another subject (a “changeover student”) or…

Further Reading

There is, as yet, no full-length account of Trinity's history. The following works, presented below in chronological order of publication, are suggested by way of introduction. Trevelyan's brief sketch (*) – a copy of which is presented to Scholars upon…

Modern Manuscripts

The images in the Wren Digital Library are Copyright the Master and Fellows of Trinity College, Cambridge and covered by a Creative Commons BY-NC license. Anyone wishing to obtain the original high resolution images for publication or for other reasons should please contact the…


Oedipus and the Sphinx: interior tondo of an Attic red-figure kylix from Vulci attributed to the painter of Oedipus (today in the Vatican Museums in Rome, cat. 16541)

The Trevelyan brothers and the First World War

The Trevelyan brothers, Robert, Charles and George, who all attended Trinity, provide a microcosm in one family of the range of attitudes towards the First World War. Trinity archivist Rebecca Hughes explores the brothers’ experience of and attitudes to war.…


The Music Tripos is designed for those interested in music as an academic discipline. Nonetheless, nearly all undergraduates reading music are keen and capable performers, and there are optional courses on instrumental or vocal performance in all three years. Trinity…

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