Lizzi Kew Ross is a dancer, choreographer and teacher, and artistic director of LKR & Co, a dance company specialising in site specific dance music performances. Read about her experiences from her time as Visiting Fellow in residence at St John’s during Easter term 2022.
Easter term has ended with a bang and summer vacation is now in full swing! Take a look at a few of the summer events we’ve had at St John’s as this academic year comes to a close.
Written by Lucy Irving – Second year student Lucy reflects on her time spent in Cruddas during the pandemic as the building approaches its 109 year anniversary.
Written by Miro Cafolla Last year, our very own Café Scientifique gave us the invaluable…
With thanks to the St. Johns opportunities fund, I have been able to continue training as a member of Durham University Swimming Club in my final year at Durham alongside my academic commitments. Such funding has allowed me to continue representing the university at the British Universities and colleges sports championships (BUCS).
After a difficult previous academic year with hardly a whisper of “Country Roads,” last term was a huge success for John’s from a lively freshers’ week to a carol service at the end of term.
n Thursday the 10th of March, a Law Formal was held at St Johns, providing an invaluable experience for students and alumni to form connections and gain insider information about the law industry.
For three days from the 28th – 30th April, the Bailey Theatre Company and John’s Music Society presented an excellent performance Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat by Andrew Lloyd Webber in Leech Hall, St John’s College.
Fairtrade fortnight ran from the 21st February to the 7th March. With events including a formal, quiz and some delicious cocktails, not to mention five giveaways! A personal highlight was definitely the Ben & Jerry’s at the formal.
Second year student, Lucy, reflects on Leech Hall as we celebrate its 35 year anniversary.