To mark National Apprenticeship Week we spoke to the latest Trinity Hall apprentice Oscar Wright who joined the gardens team in 2019. He tells us about what gardening means to him and reveals the best vegetables grown in the College's 'secret garden'.
To mark National Apprenticeship Week 2021 we spoke to Trinity Hall Chef de Partie Sophie Swann who first came to the College as an apprentice in 2014. She's come a long way since; loves the College and the wide variety of people she encounters here. But she still cries when she cuts onions.
Doing what is personally rewarding is the key to balancing lots of roles in College and University life says Liam Webb. Alongside his BioMed studies Liam has a role as a representative for the graduate community at Trinity Hall and also works at the University level helping represent the LGBT+ community.
Here, to mark LGBT+ History Month, he reflects on how the month helps remind us of the struggles and dangers still faced by LGBT+ communities around the world.
With Pink Week 2021 drawing to a close, we spoke to the student reps at Trinity Hall who promote the breast cancer charity week. We also took a look at some of the research into breast cancer treatment being carried out by our students.
Centenary celebrations this year prompted Trinity Hall’s Vasant Kumar to look back at the history of a department that has supported his ground-breaking research into environmentally friendly battery technology and water purification.
Professor Kumar, Director of Studies and Fellow in Natural Sciences at Trinity Hall, looks at the Department of Materials Science and Metallurgy at the University of Cambridge and tells us how he is proud of his work representing the Materials Science curriculum and research which is underpinned by ecological concerns.