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College is working differently as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic. The College’s Fellows, staff and JCR and MCR Committees have been working very hard to ensure your time in College is as Covid-secure and comfortable as possible.

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College is working differently as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic. The College’s Fellows, staff and JCR and MCR Committees have been working very hard to ensure your time in College is as Covid-secure and comfortable as possible.

Cinephilia, the Cambridge Film Trust and the Cambridge Film Festival turning 40

Trinity Hall’s Dr Isabelle McNeill is Philomathia Fellow in French at Trinity Hall. She’s also a self-confessed film-lover and, as Chair of the Cambridge Film Trust, she’s in a perfect position to tell is why this year’s Cambridge Film Festival is not to be missed and give a quick guide to her top picks.

Jam Greenland, undergraduate

13-19 November is Transgender Awareness Week, leading up to Transgender Day of Remembrance on 20 November. We spoke to student Jam Greenland who’s an undergraduate at Trinity Hall and is transgender and non-binary.

 

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