New edition of The ҹѰ Review online now

Front cover of the ҹѰ Review featuring a small tree growing out of a fallen bigger tree.

The new digital edition of The ҹѰ Review, our annual College magazine, is now available to read online.

Front cover of the ҹѰ Review featuring a small tree growing out of a fallen bigger tree.

Read the latest edition of The ҹѰ Review here.

The 2022-2023 edition is an insight into the vibrant academic and cultural life at ҹѰ. 

The magazine is split into five sections: College Life, The Fellowship, Development, Networks, and Members.

In College Life, you’ll read about the fascinating research our students presented at the annual ҹѰ Research Event: from Russian state-controlled media to online Christian conversion during the pandemic. There’s poetry from ҹѰ’s first literary anthology The Soil has Started to Shift, a celebratory piece highlighting Lyn Alcántara’s thirty years leading the College choir and twenty-five years as Director of Music, and, of course, a feature on the loss of our iconic Judas Tree.

In The Fellowship, you’ll be introduced to the impressive new Fellows who joined us over the last year; highlights of our Fellows' achievements; as well as a feature on Tugba Basaran, the convenor of the University’s Refugee Hub.

In Development, you’ll find an insight into how generous donations from members are transforming the lives of students and our College, including the story of Mark Boyce’s landmark gift to establish an endowed MPhil studentship at ҹѰ and accounts from student beneficiaries about the difference your generosity makes in their lives.

In Networks, you can enjoy an inspirational feature on four prominent ҹѰ alumni who were among those recognised in the King’s first Birthday Honours list in June, and find out more about ҹѰ’s flourishing Interdisciplinary Research Hubs which connect College members from across the globe to investigate the pressing problems in our world today.

In Members, we look back at the inspiring lives of some of the members of our community who passed away in the last year.

You can read this latest edition, along with our back catalogue, on our ҹѰ Review webpage.

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If you would like to receive a physical copy of the latest ҹѰ Review, please contact us at development@wolfson.cam.ac.uk