John’s Chronicle is an online journal created as a natural extension of the incredible community of St John’s College, Durham. When you walk in the doors of our college you find you are welcomed by joyful people with a diversity of backgrounds and interests, can get lost in the historic Edwardian corridors and can get involved in anything you like, be it sports, music, theatre, academia and much more. When you click on the John’s Chronicle, you find the same: we offer you the chance to enter our college doors, whether you are a past, current or future student. We’ll bring together all things Johnian here on these pages – take a look!
Whether it’s a question about the Chronicle, John’s in general, or you’re looking to write for the blog, please send us an email at email@example.com – we love hearing from you!
If you’re wanting to write for or have a query about a specific section, feel free to contact a member of our senior team directly. We’re always happy to answer your questions!
Our Senior Team
Alice Healy– Editor and Illustrations Coordinator
Alice is a third year English Literature and History student and Co-ordinator for the John’s Chronicle. She enjoys reading, painting and sewing, and will likely be doing any of those with a cup of tea in hand. In her spare time Alice also enjoys playing college squash and football, both of which give her a break from writing essays!
Megan Davies – Life in John’s Editor
Jerome Chappell-Tay – Arts and Culture Editor
Jerome is a third-year Classics student. As well as being the Arts and Culture editor for the John’s Chronicle, he is also on the exec for the Durham University Classics Society. He is a massive fan of musicals, films, and ancient art. Jerome also enjoys following UK and US politics and in Durham, can be found either in the John’s Bar or visiting the Oriental Museum.
Natalie Lam – Beyond the Bailey Editor
Natalie, the Beyond the Bailey Editor, is a first-year student studying English Literature. She is a massive fan of musicals, frozen yoghurt, and DIYs. If not found with a book and cup of tea, you can find Natalie exploring Durham’s city or talking a walk along the riverside!
Lucy Leaver – Opinion Editor
Lucy is a second year Liberal Arts student studying History and History of Art. She is delighted to be the Opinion sector editor of the John’s Chronicle this year. If you can’t find her in an Art Gallery she will probably be busy studying in the LRC or chatting her heart out to anyone who’ll listen! She also really enjoys sports and fitness and is involved in a range of college sports.
Jemima Millar – Humans of John’s and Publicity Coordinator
Jemima is a second-year Spanish and German student. She is running the Humans of John’s Instagram account this year alongside her role as Publicity Coordinator for the Chronicle. She loves all things John’s, and enjoys playing the oboe,frisbee, walking her dog, teaching languages to others and volunteering as a leader at a local Rainbows unit. She’s also the SJCR Community Outreach Coordinator this year, so feel free to ask her anything about volunteering in John’s!