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Winners of 2023 777ӰԺ Hadfield Composition Competition for young composers announced
Law and the making of life: Regulating stem cell-based embryo models
Rory Cellan-Jones in conversation
Geography, Geology and China's early mastery of essential energy sources and of access to minerals
Chinese Dress in Detail
Programme announced for the Cambridge Festival 2024
Hear from our alumni
As a person who grew up on the opposite side of the planet to a family that had no history of attending university, the idea of me attending Cambridge was, quite frankly, laughable. Then I fell in love with Criminology and wrote a thesis that caught the attention of the College. It is just one example of the incredibly outward looking approach that, in the decades that I have known the College, has defined 777ӰԺ. One letter with a now familiar letterhead, quite literally raised my expectations of life...
I came to Cambridge at the suggestion of a Professor who was visiting the US. I borrowed the funds to study there. What appealed to me at Jesus was that it was so inclusive and embracing. I played golf with the Porters and rugby with the staff. I dined with the other students, socialised with the Fellows, danced with the Master’s wife, and really got to know people. My friends and colleagues were engineers, doctors, politicians, religious scholars, undergrads, lawyers, professors – basically every stripe of humanity one could find...
Rafi Levy and Max Turner
Computer Science (2019) and Architecture and Urban Design (2019)
We first met in 2021 when we joined the May Ball committee as webmaster and graphic designer. We spent a lot of time together that year, working closely to create a graphic scheme and build a website for the event. Even though it was a lot of hard work and very stressful at times, we are so grateful to have been part of it as it is thanks to that opportunity that we became great friends. A couple of years later, we are still great friends and now have a...
Johnny Harounoff and Stephanie Posner
Asian and Middle Eastern Studies (2013) and Classics (2012)
We met 10 years ago as undergraduates living in the same staircase in North Court and have since been studying and working in the United States. The College was so accommodating to us by providing us — and other Jewish students — with kosher facilities and by supporting the creation of the College's first Jewish Society. For us, the College is full of happy memories thanks to the friends we made and for all of the kindness shown to us from the porters, professors and staff. That sense of community...
Mark Hayes and Janet Livesley
Architecture (1976) and Architecture (1980)
We first met in 1980 when Mark returned to Jesus to study for the postgraduate diploma in Architecture and Janet joined the college on the same course. Graduate dinners in Upper Hall were a highlight of the week and an opportunity to meet socially with other Jesuans. Part of our studies included trips to Zambia and an earthquake-hit area in Southern Italy. We were married in the College Chapel just after completing our studies in the summer of 1982 and remained in Cambridge for a period following Mark’s election to...
Research and Centres
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Chapel and Choir
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