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One of the oldest Colleges of Cambridge University, Trinity Hall was founded in 1350 originally for the study of law. Today the beautiful riverside setting is home to a friendly community of undergraduate and graduate students studying a range of subjects… find out more

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Who will 'win' in 2015? Follow fellow David Runciman as he explores the current political arena

Can democracy adapt to our strained political system?  Who (if anyone) will ‘win’ in 2015? What can the lessons of the past teach us about the future?

Listen to a podcast from Trinity Hall fellow Professor David Runciman as he poses these questions in a weekly podcast series from the Department of Politics and International Studies.

 

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TH New York Dinner

Thu 9 Apr

TH New York Dinner

Join the Master and Bursar and other TH alumni for a three course dinner at the University Club, New York.

Sat 11 Apr

Trinity Hall dinner in San Francisco

Join the Master and Bursar and other TH alumni for dinner in San Francisco.

Sun 12 Apr

Open Gardens at Wychfield

The Gardens at Wychfield will be open on Sunday 12th April as part of the National Gardens Scheme.

Tue 14 Apr

Trinity Hall dinner in Toronto

Join the Master and Bursar and TH alumni in Toronto


Trinity Hall Gardens

Gardens

Beautiful in every season to be enjoyed everywhere you go at Trinity Hall.

Trinity Hall Chapel

Chapel

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