By Claire Marsland. Attending the Renaissance Society of America’s annual conference in Toronto, Claire shares the paper she presented and her experience in the city. Supported by St John’s Student Opportunities Fund.
By Harry Troise. Following a recent lecture by Stephen Davies, Harry shares his thoughts about political realignment and the landscape that we find ourselves in.
As part of Disability Awareness Week, a Johnian has decided to defy stereotypes about autism.
By Alex Fry. An international conference in Las Vegas, arranged by the Society for the Scientific Study of Religion, where Alex was able to present research on gender and the Church of England. Supported by St John’s College.
By Amelia Bowling. A field trip to Cape Town researching Renewable Energy Developments and their impact on women, supported by the St John’s Student Opportunities Fund.
By Miro Cafolla. Since January 2019, the academic and cultural life of the College has been enriched with an Italian language course for beginners. The course immediately received great interest both from John’s students and from members of the wider University, with more than 50 requests to join the classes.
By Miriam Thurlow. As soon as Cranmer heard that the Durham SU were offering alpacas as a prize for the college who had the highest turnout in the elections, there was great excitement – especially when the ‘Get Cranmer Alpacas’ campaign began.