We continue our We Met at John’s series with Emma and Jacob Tustin-Reeves, who attended John’s from 2014 to 2017 and were married earlier this year!
Hannah Bardsley attended British Sign Language classes and gained a Level 1 qualification. Her participation was facilitated by the St John’s College Student Opportunities Fund. Hannah shares what she has learnt and how she has benefitted from this course.
Amy Turner tells us about her time as a cheerleader within the Durham University Cheerleading Squad. Amy was able to train as a member of the team during her final year at Durham thanks to the St John’s College Student Opportunities Fund.
Katherine Watson tells us about her fieldwork in North Shields, which was facilitated by the Student Opportunities Fund.
We were fortunate to be able to celebrate the wonderful achievements of St John’s students graduating in the Cathedral this summer. Let’s take a look at what some of these students had to say about their time as a student in Durham and St John’s College.
Joëlle Lucas, 3rd Year PhD Candidate in Theology, tells us about her experiences during a reading week away thanks to St John’s College Student Opportunities Fund.
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.
Four friends and men’s IV who once won the Durham Regatta return to St John’s for the first time in 25 years.
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.
By Sofia Howard. A reflection on Holocaust Memorial Day 2020 about the importance of standing together.