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.
In the second of two articles, SCR President Richard Roberts is thinking about communication.
In the first of two articles, SCR President Richard Roberts offers some reflections in times of Covid.
A handy guide of what to pack and what not to pack when first coming…
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.
Miro Cafolla writes about the FLRN Conference 2022, a science conference hosted by John’s with…
Bethany McNeeley reflects on her pilgrimage experiences, a trip facilitated by the St John’s College Opportunity Fund.
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.
Musically talented Johnians Lucy Irving, second year music student and clarinet player, and Rosie Allen share their experiences of their time in Berlin on tour as members of DUPO. Their attendance was facilitated by 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.