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4 December 2007

Eden Oration

The Eden Oration was delivered, as is customary, prior to the Eden Feast. The Orator was Professor James Montgomery.

25 October 2007

Lord Oliver of Aylmerton

The College is greatly saddened to learn of the death of one of its Honorary Fellows, Lord Oliver of Aylmerton who came up to the College in 1939 to read Law.

22 October 2007

Alumnus named in list of top architects

Mark Dziewulski (TH 1979), who founded Mark Dziewulski Architect has been named by the Robb Report in their list of 30 top architects.

16 October 2007

Trinity Hall alumnus appointed to the Court of Appeal

Sir Colin Rimer (TH 1963) has been appointed as a Lord Justice of Appeal

5 October 2007

Two Art Exhibitions on show at Trinity Hall

Trinity Hall is hosting two major art exhibitions this autumn

3 October 2007

Professor Keith Ward awarded Honorary DD

Professor Keith Ward, a former Dean of Trinity Hall, was made an Honorary Doctor of Divinity of the University of Glasgow in June 2007

27 September 2007

Sir Rowland Whitehead Bt

The College is greatly saddened to hear of the death of Sir Rowland Whitehead, Bt.

21 September 2007

Sir Robert Honeycombe FRS

The College is greatly saddened to learn of the death of one of its Honorary Fellows, Sir Robert Honeycombe. Sir Robert was a Fellow of the College from 1966, and an Honorary Fellow from 1975.

21 September 2007

The Hon. Michael Corbett OMS LLD

The College is greatly saddened to learn of the death of one of its Honorary Fellows, The Hon. Michael Corbett. Michael Mc Gregor Corbett served as 16th Chief Justice of South Africa from 1989-1996.

11 September 2007

Alumnus awarded Outstanding Parliamentarian for 2006

Mani Shankar Aiyar (TH 1961) has been awarded Outstanding Parliamentarian for 2006 by the Indian Parliamentary Group

8 August 2007

Former Master's book on the last days of the British Empire published

Professor Peter Clarke's latest book, "The Last Thousand Days of the British Empire" has been published

8 August 2007

Trinity Hall back on University Challenge

Trinity Hall were back on University Challenge this week, taking on St Cross College, Oxford.

18 July 2007

Andrew Marr opens new buildings for his old College.

Trinity Hall has just completed its most ambitious building project to date. The new accommodation at its Wychfield site was officially opened on Saturday 14 July by BBC correspondent Andrew Marr, who read English at Trinity Hall from 1977 to 1980.

27 June 2007

A new Milestone for Cambridge

Bringing a historic tradition right up to date, Trinity Hall has installed a new milestone on Storey's Way in west Cambridge.

26 June 2007

Trinity Hall hosts Honorary Degree luncheon

The Chancellor of the University, His Royal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh was entertained to luncheon in Trinity Hall along with the recipients of Honorary Degrees, including Dr Hans Blix (TH 1952)

15 June 2007

May Bumps: Full Results

Full results from the 2007 Mays

14 June 2007

Fellow wins Pilkington Prize

Dr Mike Hobson has won a Pilkington Prize for his teaching

7 June 2007

Trinity Hall Fellow at the Royal Society Summer Science Exhibition

Dr Tadashi Tokieda, Fellow of Trinity Hall, is involved with an exhibition at the Royal Society this summer

4 June 2007

Clerk of Works retires

Ged Pilsworth, Clerk of Works at Trinity Hall since 1970, retires

16 May 2007

Two Trinity Hall Fellows promoted

Dr James Montgomery will be promoted to a Professor and Dr David Runciman will be promoted to a Senior Lecturer

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