By Emily Griffiths. It’s fair to say this year’s University Challenge team has got Durham talking. But why does a show originating from the 1970s continue to hold such a presence and, indeed, momentum, which shows no signs of slowing down?
By Kathleen Chen. Since the second term is starting, I decided to put together a short little ‘To-do List’ of things in John’s based on mine and other Johnians’ opinion to help you get a fresh kick-start into college for the new year and term!
By Freya Butler. It’s easy to feel a little hopeless and insignificant, but the world is made up of individuals and everyone’s actions matter and make a difference. You’re never too small to change the world, just a little.
By Dr James Harrison. How do we know that what we are doing is right and fulfils what others ask of us? The duty of governance at St John’s falls to the College Council.
Professor Roy Quinlan delivered a fascinating talk on the biological mechanisms behind visual perception at Cafe Scientifique.
We’re back with our second post to introduce you to some more of the welfare team!
A review of Family Circles: a hilarious take on all the drama that comes with family life.
So, you’re worried about living out? Don’t worry, so were we.
We chat with Marie, Gabriel, Dominic and Sophie about John’s welfare.
By Eve Cully, First Year Physics Student On Friday the 9th November St John’s College…