Annabel Jenkinson provides her account of the panel discussion that took place in November on the topic of Science & Technology.
Lucy Irving takes us through some of the best locations to visit only a stone’s throw away from Durham!
John’s student Annabel Jenkinson introduces our new series of ‘Once a Johnian’ themed formals, reflecting upon her experience of the first of these, focusing on Health, Wellbeing and Social Care.
Alex Hibberts reflects on his resident tutor project ‘Sacred Spaces’, discussing places of sanctity and inspiration in the city of Durham.
We continue our We Met at John’s series with Richard and Anne Child, an alumni couple who attended John’s from 1974 to 1977!
We begin our We Met at John’s series with a spotlight on Hannah Buisman and Zack Schaap, an alumni couple who were at John’s from 2016 to 2020!
We are delighted to share the news that John’s alumnus Georg Dalitz (Law Masters 2018-19) has made a significant donation to St John’s College Boat Club for professional coaching for both the men’s and women’s squads, and two annual coaching bursaries for SJCBC members who have shown a keen interest in coaching.
Principal David Wilkinson updates our alumni on the events and successes of the last month.
Ben Scott embarked on a pilgrimage to Israel, facilitated by the St John’s College Student Opportunities Fund. Here he tells us all about his experiences in Israel.
St John’s College student James Adams wasn’t in the vicinity of Durham Prison to witness the actual escape of John McVicar in October 1968. But he did witness its immediate aftermath as he was stopped twice by police in North and South Bailey as he made his way from his digs to morning breakfast at St John’s.