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21 November 2017

Pavement poetry in Front Court

The poem Wake, written by Katrina Porteous (1979), has been applied to a paving slab in Front Court using ink that is only visible when wet.

2 November 2017

Fellow named healthcare business leader in new report

Dr Jasmin Fisher, Fellow in Natural Biological Sciences, has today been named in a new report of 50 female leaders in healthcare business in the UK.

27 October 2017

University and Colleges of Cambridge launch campaign promoting zero tolerance of sexual misconduct

The University and Colleges of Cambridge and CUSU have launched a new campaign: ‘Breaking the Silence – Cambridge speaks out against sexual misconduct’.

23 October 2017

Success for Trinity Hall Chapel Choir

In recent weeks, current and former members of Trinity Hall Chapel Choir (THCC) have achieved multiple musical successes.

11 October 2017

Admission of new Fellows

Earlier this week we welcomed 11 new members to the Fellowship.

29 September 2017

A new College tapestry

A new tapestry depicting the College’s most significant pieces of silver is hung in the Dining Hall.

30 August 2017

WYNG-Philomathia Essay prize

This is the fourth year that the WYNG and Philomathia Foundations have supported an essay prize for children who are studying at government run non-fee paying secondary schools in Hong Kong. This year's essay theme was 'identity'.

3 July 2017

A new portrait in the Hall

A new portrait of Trinity Hall's first two female Fellows has been unveiled in the Dining Hall.

23 June 2017

Master receives award from the Archbishop of Canterbury

Congratulations to Revd Dr Jeremy Morris for being awarded the Lanfranc Award for Education and Scholarship

5 June 2017

WYNG Gardens officially opened by WYNG Foundation

WYNG Gardens was officially opened on Monday 5 June by Dr Anthony Ng of the WYNG Foundation.

26 May 2017

Next Vice-Master announced

Dr Nick Bampos will become Vice-Master of Trinity Hall from 1 October 2017.

5 May 2017

Trinity Hall Chapel Choir release new CD

Trintiy Hall Chapel Choir launched their new CD The English Orpheus at a celebratory Evensong last night (4 May) in Chapel.

2 May 2017

David Fleming Memorial Service

There will be a memorial service for the late David Fleming, Fellow in Law (1970-2008) and Emeritus Fellow, on Saturday 7 October 2017 at 2.30pm at Great St Mary's.

11 April 2017

Sir John Lyons awarded British Academy Medal

Congratulations to Sir John Lyons, Master 1985-2000 and Honorary Fellow, who has been awarded the British Academy’s Neil and Saras Smith Medal for Linguistics.

16 March 2017

David Fleming (1947-2017)

The College is very sorry to announce the death of Mr David Fleming MA LLB.

3 March 2017

Professor Jane Clarke announced as Wolfson College's next President

Congratulations to Trinity Hall Fellow Professor Jane Clarke, who will become Wolfson College’s next President on 1 October 2017.

10 January 2017

Charles Dickens' letter to his son available to view online

A letter written by Charles Dickens in 1868 to his son, Harry, at Trinity Hall is part of the Royal Mail’s Letters of our Lives campaign.

7 November 2016

WYNG Gardens student accommodation opened

WYNG Gardens, Trinity Hall’s new student accommodation block, is now open.


14 October 2016

Admission of new fellows

Earlier this week we welcomed two new Honorary Fellows: Mary Hockaday (1981) and Rachel Weisz (1988).


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Issue 26
Autumn 2017

in this issue:

  • Behind the lens: THwomen40 photographic portraits
  • A new Hall portrait
  • Brexit and UK trade

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