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01 Nov 2023

Trinity Hall’s Rhiannon Warren has been awarded a prize that recognises the most outstanding results in any part of the Cambridge Tripos.

The Winifred Georgina Holgate-Pollard Memorial Prizes are given each year to students who have excelled.

Rhiannon, now a postgraduate at the College, was given the prize for her work in her final year undergraduate Tripos as part of her Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic (ASNaC) course.

Congratulating Rhiannon on the award Senior Tutor, Dr Michael Sutherland, said: “We are always delighted to celebrate the academic achievements of our Trinity Hall students. Rhiannon’s award honours her talent as a scholar together with the hard work she has put into her studies in the Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic Tripos. Congratulations Rhiannon.”

We spoke to the 21-year-old about her subject and her new studies and discovered along the way that she loves Pride and Prejudice (the Colin Firth one), Silly the cat and singing in the choir.