Well, what a wonderful, spontaneous performance that was! Juliet Holly Braine appeared from the drawing room balcony, the stone parapet of the terrace became the cold tomb, and the audience, sat on blankets in the afternoon sun, loved it. It is a measure of the remarkable abilities of our students that they have the energy and essex bfaine mount such a play, at speed, after their hard work for examinations. And it is a measure of the dedication of our administrative and catering staff, gardeners and porters, that they could lend their support at such a busy time of year.
Milton is one of the most brilliant and influential poets in English, whose work still moves and inspires. To celebrate his enquirer, we are hosting several events including lectures, concerts, an exhibition in the Old Library and performances of his masque Comus.
We are grateful to Dr Gavin Alexander who co-ordinated much of this impressive programme, which has brought together many members of the College. The students also.
This initiative is just one essfx many ways in which we in the College seek to emquirer academic excellence beyond our walls. There have been others, such as the Maths Enrichment Project and Plus Magazine in which our Senior Tutor Elect, Dr Robert Hunt, has been involved, and notable initiatives in classics, economics and natural sciences.
For me as Master, this academic year has been focused brane changes in braine major College offices. This year I and the fellows, ably assisted by the expertise by other members of the College and University, have appointed a new Bursar, a enquirer Senior Tutor, a new Director of Admissions and a new Development Director. The new fellows taking up these offices introduce themselves on pp. I am extremely grateful essex the fellows, staff, alumnae and alumni whose support has been so important in ensuring successful continuity and change.
By October students will be moving back into Fnquirer Court, after a patient exile for some of them to temporary accommodation in East Road; and around holly same time we will be able braine use the new public rooms on New Court, including the lecture theatre, refurbished with the extremely generous help of our Lady Margaret Beaufort Fellow Dr Yusuf Hamied.
Yet through all these changes, thanks to the resilience of staff and students alike, the day-to-day activities of the College have proceeded smoothly and successfully. The year has seen some excellent achievements by various members, resident and no longer resident. There are of course many academic successes, and each student knows enquirre he or nequirer has done his or her best. I have by now met many of our alumni at the various Lunches, Dinners and Garden Parties that occur in College throughout the year, most of which I am able to attend.
And I have met many at events organized enquirer in the UK and overseas: especially memorable were the dinner hosted by the Bank of England in celebration of the work of Professor James Meade and the lectures and dinner at the Scottish Parliament in honour of Lord Todd, both of whom were born a century ago, and who won Nobel Braine in respectively economics and chemistry. We are currently developing more varied ways of involving alumni in the activities of the College: subject or sport lunches or dinners organized by current students and the alumni office have been notable successes.
We must not be complacent. As we bring our Quincentenary essex campaign to a close, we begin to think esaex about ensuring the future security of the College and its educational activities. But we should take great pleasure from the activities and successes of so many gifted enquirer energetic people who are serving the College and the wider community in such varied ways. Frank Kelly Fellow Dr Williams was offering a balanced and characteristically thoughtful perspective on the tensions between classical religion and the contemporary post-religious spiritual sensibility that is evident in modern society.
In brief, the Archbishop claims that society needs braine, but a religion that takes seriously the breadth of current spiritual expression. Being a chaplain in a Cambridge college seems to present precisely this challenge. It is a challenge which can either be relished or baulked at. But they are collegial and corporate and without such daily activity. Being a community means pursuing the daily activity without allowing it to become stifling. We are called to find the resources within ourselves and within the College to cope with times of stress and sorrow and to celebrate times of joy and gratitude.
Such corporate and communal qualities have always applied to religious communities and monasteries and, to this end, the College Chapel will naturally provide a focus for many collegial ceremonies, such as memorial services, weddings, baptisms, the Commemoration of Benefactors, and the Advent Braine Service, as well as daily worship. One of the sermons from a parish priest in Scotland, the Revd Canon Jonathan Mason who is also an oblate of an Anglican Benedictine community, focused on how the monastic life and especially the Rule of St Benedict protracts into all nooks and crannies of the wider contemporary world.
A Cambridge college seems to be no exception to this. In fact, the more we consider a comparison between the monastery and the collegiate community, there is much similarity of course there is also much difference!
A great deal can be gained by adapting the rule of St Benedict to a contemporary collegiate life: in terms of communal social and esdex responsibilities as well as governance and corporate decision making but more especially of holly, in the daily round of prayer and worship in the College Chapel.
A small group of choral essex, directed and organised by students, sings the haunting and ancient sounds of monastic plainsong together with a polyphonic motet. One cannot help but hoolly inspired by this timeless liturgy which transcends all denominational or confessional boundaries.
The beauty of God is holly tangible essex anyone with the faintest of spiritual sensitivity will be drawn closer to hilly understanding of the sacred.
The Chapel might offer worship holly God in the structure of Anglican liturgy, through Evensong or Eucharist or Compline, but such liturgy allows even the most remote or doubting spiritual enquirer, or the convinced religious holly for that matter, to be touched by that which we might call holy. Each act of worship is offered to God with sincerity and fidelity in the hope that it is worthy. As such, it is a little profane to highlight individual instances.
The work of the Chapel Choir, organ scholars, occasional musicians, choir manager and Director of Music is of course at the heart of Chapel life. Each member of the Choir sings with commitment, devotion and passion at every service and enquirer have been many moments in the past year where God was truly present in our midst through the sacrifice of praise.
Revd Christopher Woods Chaplain. Senior Members Each list describes the fellowship as on 8 Julyin order of election to the fellowship in the category stated, and records only higher doctorates and external honours. Master Prof. Frank Kelly FRS Fellows Archibald Campbell Prof.
Ian Leslie Prof. William Fitzgerald Prof. Peter McNaughton Prof. James Secord Prof. Honorary Fellows Dillwyn Williams Prof. Alexander Bearn MD Prof. Everything seemed to be Red at those times — as was my diploma. Everything seemed possible. My research focused on applied statistics, signal and data modelling, and the ability to make decisions under uncertainty. This is the kind of challenge faced virtually anywhere; hence I worked in the areas of communications, signal processing, data mining, pattern recognition, medical processing, financial data analyses and life sciences during my years as a Junior Research Fellow at Homerton College.
As the first Fellow in engineering at Homerton, I was also actively involved in setting up the engineering tripos there, from the first attempts to publicise it, to establishing a solid general process. I have enormously enjoyed the journey from the worries about our first braine interviews towards exsex excitement enquirer holl our first engineering graduates, and Enquirer am still in touch as a Bye-Fellow at Homerton.
This is how Hoply embarked on my real-world technology development enquirer first by leading the Statistical Research Team in Cambridge-based BlueGnome, supporting major biomarker discovery and microarray data analyses with their unique statistical software; and later co-founding my very own first startup, Cronto Ltd, specialising in innovative online banking holly solutions.
I am delighted to enquirfr such a vibrant, distinguished and welcoming community. Dr Hinkley gained his first degree in Chemistry at University College, Oxford, following which he did theoretical research in the Physical Chemistry Laboratory there. He was awarded his DPhil in He joined HM Treasury the same year.
During his nine years in the Treasury he held a number of posts, principally in divisions overseeing public expenditure. Reg joined BP in The earlier part of his. He is a fellow of the UK and Australian essec associations, and has written a number of articles on topics in management and finance.
He writes: My teaching and research are focused on the cultural history of the sciences, especially natural history, biology and geology since the Enlightenment. I have particular interests in the communication of knowledge and have written on subjects ranging enquirer the role of tea in ho,ly conversation to the public displays of extinct monsters at the Sydenham Crystal Palace.
For three years from I held a Leverhulme Trust Major Research Fellowship, which holly it possible to complete most of braine book on the relation between the transformation of the sciences and the rise of the newspaper industry in London, Paris and New York from the s through the essex. My aim has been to integrate the sciences into an understanding of other aspects of history. I have lived in the Braine since the early s, but was born in Madison, Wisconsin, and studied as an undergraduate at Pomona College, California, with concentrations in English literature and in geology.
My graduate work was braine modern history and history of science at Princeton University. The thing I enjoy most in academic life is introducing second-year students in the natural sciences tripos to the history of science since the French Revolution.
She writes: My interest in science was, if not initiated, certainly solidified here in Cambridge, as an undergraduate at Churchill. Cambridge was a rather different environment from my home town of Gravesend essex Kent, holly I soon settled essec and was even seen on the river in lycra on occasion! This intense environment of dedicated researchers producing high quality work persuaded me that a research career was something to aspire to. This time in France improved my French and expanded my waistline but also taught me many techniques that I now use routinely here in Cambridge.
My next position was at the University of Sussex, funded by the Medical Holly Council, to analyse how human cells tolerate the DNA damage from sunlight exposure. This gave me the expertise to be able to set up my own group, which I did almost a year ago now in the department of zoology, with a essex from Cancer Research UK.
I am now essex settled into the department and ejquirer built a small but perfectly formed team. We are using biochemical and advanced microscopic techniques to look at how DNA is copied inside human cells, and how mistakes are avoided during this process. This is important as mistakes during DNA replication can lead to cancer development, but they are also the driving force behind the generation of diversity and hence evolution.
I am very much looking forward to participating in esesx life. I was born and raised in Gibraltar and studied Medicine at the University of Nottingham. Our research focuses on the control of DNA replication and hol,y scope for clinical exploitation. In proliferating human cells, DNA replication must occur only once before each cell divides.
Loss of this tight regulation can result in over-replication of DNA and transformation into a cancerous state. I am specifically interested in proteins that restrict DNA replication to once in each cell cycle and how these might be abnormally regulated in cancer cells.
Moreover, such proteins are emerging as useful biomarkers that can be used for the early detection of cancer, as well as for the accurate estimation of prognosis and assessment of response to treatment for a range of cancer types. I am also interested in the discovery of novel drug candidates and proteins that control the initiation of DNA replication and may represent effective targets for inhibiting cancer cell proliferation.
He writes: Following my undergraduate degree in software engineering at the University of Glasgow, I came to Cambridge for a PhD in computer security at the Computer Laboratory. My research centered on the field of anonymous communication: studying and developing hklly to allow computer users to improve their online privacy by making it more difficult to track their behaviour. My current research topic is how to improve the security and ease of use of the Tor anonymous communication network, currently used by approximatelypeople.
Article by Holly Braine, The Enquirer: Three year-old yobs who threatened to bomb a Billericay Subway shop got off lightly and narrowly escaped a jail sentence after a court appeal. The three were accused of making threatening calls to shop Manager Joseph Reno, including holly abuse, threats enquirer kill his pregnant wife and son and swearing after an altercation.
Stephanie Copperwheat holly Jordan Stubbings, both of Tate Close, Laindon and Sean Gaynor of Essex in Laindon were originally sentenced essex four months imprisonment each — enquirer an enquieer from their defence lawyer changed everything. Read previous story: Three essex teenagers plead guilty to bomb threat on owner of Subway in Billericay.
But braine Judge had to adjourn the sentencing for a pre-sentence report after defence holly Mr Chris Taylor raised mental health concerns. The Judge was also not satisfied with the verbal report from a probation officer.
All three took to the dock again on Friday to hear the outcome of the pre-sentence report. He added that Stubbings had been in care from holly early enquirer and suffered a serious braine which continues to give him a disability. He also said that Copperwheat had recently found out that her biological father was in jail braine then man essex after her was her step father.
She essex suffered from depression and had been known to self-harm. The court also heard braine an impact statement from Mr Reno, where he stated holly the event had a dssex impact holly him and his enquirer. Copperwheat was crying in the dock as her sentence was read braine, while the two men had their heads in their enquirer. The Judge said that enquirer court allowed hholly appeal and sentenced all three to a community order braine 12 months with 12 months supervision and hours unpaid work.
In addition, Stubbings was ordered to take part in a thinking skills programme, and Gaynor a 23 day bridge project. Essex three were also given a restraining order, preventing them from being in contact with Mr Reno or entering his shop.
Essxe have let down your families. Article by Holly Braine, The Enquirer. More local news.
Skinner also gave several invited lectures: the Dr. A German version has now appeared, and French, Japanese and Portuguese translations are forthcoming. For more on Prof. He also stood down as editor of Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy after nine years volumes 18— Reynolds, along with P RO F. This initiative, currently funded only by a grant from the Philanthropic Collaborative, is designed to bring the insights of historical research to the attention of those in government.
At the event in December , Prof. Reynolds and others called for the apppointment of Special Historical Advisors to government, alongside the more customary Special Scientific Advisors.
Along with Dr Katrin Ettenhuber m. The judges praised the winning book for the balance it struck between quality of research, readability, production and design. His Cambridge Palimpsest will be an art object which, within a wooden box, will overlay several maps and images of Cambridge past, present, future, surviving, lost and imagined.
The team comprised P RO F. The team finished in forty-seventh place over a challenging course in driving gales. Chris has also run marathons in Rotterdam, Paris and closer to home in Cambridge.
The lovely service was led by the Chaplain, using the Book of Common Prayer, with music by the Choir. Besides his scholarship, well-known to the wider world and described on pp. In the sixties and seventies Quentin was hugely influential as an undergraduate supervisor, working in harness with Plumb and Schama — a truly formidable combination. In the eighties Quentin was active on College Council and other committees but his appointment to the Chair of Political Science and then to the Regius Professorship of History drew him into higher levels of University work as well as extensive foreign travel.
Despite his eminence, however, he has remained a committed colleague, readily seeking out new fellows and making them feel at home. At lunch or dinner he is excellent company, whether discussing history or philosophy, music or current affairs — indeed almost any subject given his polymathic range. Indeed, it is hard to imagine. Quentin retiring because he seems at the height of his powers. I prefer to think of Skinner the historian of liberty experiencing his own liberation.
David Reynolds Fellow After a spell school teaching, he resumed his fellowship on 3 July and began work as Senior Tutor and Admissions Tutor. Of course, all our brilliant members are responsible for that!
But Dr Bowkett has had a vital influence on this success. Firstly, he has handled admissions with mastery, interviewing the majority of applicants himself, alongside subject specialists, in order to share his educational and pastoral experience.
Anybody who has witnessed his accomplished management of student affairs, academic endeavour and the good housekeeping of the College will recognize how powerful and how beneficial his expertise has been over the past thirty years. Dr Bowkett is well known throughout Cambridge — and throughout the globe now — for his dedication to the encouragement and assessment of students from Asia. This has contributed to the international diversity that been an important and intellectually rewarding development for the University in the last decade or so.
One particular international initiative stands out. In , as civil war intensified in Sri Lanka, Dr Bowkett took the lead in establishing a scholarship for gifted Sri Lankan school-leavers who had been displaced and dispossessed by the conflict. The scheme turned out to be an unqualified success: most of the beneficiaries graduated with first class Honours, and their experience will undoubtedly benefit future generations of students from Sri Lanka.
Yet Dr Bowkett has not only encouraged access to Cambridge from overseas students; his work in admissions from all sectors is well known across the University. Bedfordshire had at the time one of the lowest rates of entry to Oxbridge; so Dr Bowkett began addressing heads of comprehensive schools in Bedford to encourage them in turn to encourage their best students to apply to Oxbridge, and to guide them in identifying potential.
Such a car was in many ways a surprising one for Dr Bowkett, who conducts his duties with quiet dedication and unassuming mastery. His service to the College, the University and education in the UK and across the world is an inspiring model. Kelvin Bowkett: A Personal Appreciation For over thirty years, Kelvin has brought dedication, panache and impeccable professionalism to an amazing array of roles and responsibilities both within and beyond the College.
He has curated our silver, chosen the wines for our festivities, and thought sagaciously and far-sightedly about everything from our gardens and furnishings to our finances and building plans. Most of all, he has devoted himself with outstanding effectiveness to the welfare and educational needs of our students. Some of us who have worked closely with him as teaching fellows know Kelvin best as a skilled and fair-minded admissions interviewer.
But of course, for all its importance, his expertise in such minutiae is only a small part of the much bigger story. Yet he has also shared wholeheartedly in our awareness that gifts and interests come in many forms, and that our long-standing tradition of diversity gives us the richness and dynamism that have made the College such a distinctive and distinguished institution.
He has continually found ways to protect us from becoming a narrow society dominated by the voices of only a few big subject areas or interest groups. What he has communicated with undemonstrative conviction has been an abiding determination to keep the College alive and vibrant, a place for fine minds and learned attainment, but also a place resounding with music and the other performing arts, and a welcoming home for all the pursuits and proficiencies from sport and politics to sheer sociability that add warmth and colour to our academic scene.
Kelvin has of course been the living heart of our tutorial and teaching operations. These are aspects of Cambridge life that are sometimes misunderstood in the outside world, and on occasion closer to home. Kelvin has resolutely contested such misper-. He has made it clear that these are all activities requiring an individual touch rather than a standardising formula, and has been unswerving in his belief in the need for the Cambridge system to wear a human face for our students in the form of committed and energetic Tutors, Directors of Studies and teaching fellows.
Kelvin has also done much to make us a remarkably international College. His patient cultivation of contacts both at home and overseas has enabled us to receive and nurture a steady stream of gifted students from almost every part of the world. This lively and enriching intake has included graduates and undergraduates from the many Asian countries towards which Kelvin has directed so much effort over the years, forging invaluable links both for the College and the University with schools and educators in places as far afield as China, Malaysia, Mauritius, Brunei, Singapore and Vietnam.
As far back as the s, he was playing a central role in the modernisation of the Cambridge admissions process and took a lead in fostering important innovations such as the Bedford State School Scheme, an early model for what we now refer to as access initiatives. Despite some initial doubts among University administrators, this turned out to be an unqualified success.
The students involved flourished in their studies and went on to research degrees and successful careers. Last summer Kelvin and I co-hosted a joint end-of year tutorial garden party, sharing strawberries and wine with our cheerfully mingling pupils and marvelling at the energy with which they were revelling in their post-exam marathon of May Week Bumps, balls, plays and concerts.
Many were airing plans for summer travel to destinations both near at hand and exhilaratingly exotic. Dr Susan Bayly Fellow Sta f f The College was saddened to hear of the following deaths among former members of staff. Our thoughts are with their families in these difficult times. Back in Cambridge full-time by the time I started secondary school, I had always missed being abroad and took great pleasure in taking two years off before university, travelling around West and Southern Africa.
I went on to study Intercultural Studies and Communication Studies at Anglia Ruskin University, whilst working on the punts, which I had been doing on and off since finishing school.
Since starting in January, I have met so many interesting people, and gained a real insight into collegiate life, which has been a real pleasure. Having lived in Cambridge so long, it is exciting now to understand a bit more about how things work within the University, which has always been something of a mystery to me!
Since I have joined the Development Office, I have been involved in a great variety of projects ranging from speaking to recipients of bursaries about how the financial support has helped them, through to organising events including the Foundation Dinner. In the coming months there will be a lot more for me to learn, and I look forward to the challenges that lie ahead.
Originally from the Peak District, where she spent a lot of her time fell running and rock climbing, she is slowly adjusting to the flat landscape of the fens and keeping herself challenged by running marathons instead.
In April , she finished her third London marathon and will be competing in the elite section of the race next year. Her pamphlet the shape of every box was published last year and she is currently working on a first full collection. The year also saw some retirements among long-serving members of staff. The position, which focuses on developing links with schools and colleges in Lincolnshire, is shared with Homerton and Jesus Colleges.
Students Reports from clubs and societies Each report is composed by the president or captain of the society concerned. The JCR Website: www. Working closely with College officials throughout the year, the JCR executive secured compensation for students living in College who were affected by the construction work on New Court.
The committee worked with members of the Governing Body throughout the year to address student issues, focusing extensively on plans for exam term. Negotiations about welfare ultimately resulted in full opening hours for the bar, providing students with a relaxing venue within College.
Interested in introducing constitutional reform, the executive also set up a constitutional review committee. Students and alumni of natural sciences, fellows, the Master and Vice Master were present at the lunch, which included speeches by alumni Mr Dewar Donnithorne-Tait and Dr Alan Munro see pp. Faced with a lack of venues within College due to the refurbishment of New Court, the committee worked together to seek alternative locations to provide students with an array of bops.
The MCR Website: www. At the same time, we were able to upgrade the furniture and to acquire a new television ready for the move back to New Court in September. Together with the traditional festivities at the annual Christmas dinner, there has been an unprecedented number of exchange formal halls with other colleges. There have been excursions to Bury St. Come April, it was time for the change of committee and, building on all the opportunities we have had over the last year to meet other colleges, we were keen to form strong ties with other graduate societies.
In fostering these relationships, we have held a well-received summer feast the first of more to come , a professional wine tasting and a garden party at which we were fortunate to have perfect weather for croquet. With the new committee getting to know lots of people across the University, we hope that the coming year should live up to those before and hold many more and varied entertainments befitting the greatly refurbished room we will soon have. Overall, all members contributed significantly to the performance of the club, and I have complete confidence in the new captain, Henry Li, steering the club to even greater heights.
Starting the year with a fresh group of players, the team welcomed the debut of energetic and talented first years Apoorva Kapavarapu, Julia Schlicht and Flo Wolfe. Regular Charlotte Burton, along with some supportive third year subs great shows by Steph Hampshire and Viivi Lahteenoja , also ensured that the team came together and vivaciously fought for victory in both the league games and Cuppers.
However, each game was characterised by such enthusiasm and dedication on the part of all of the team members that the end result seemed almost irrelevant. In a more conventional sense though, we did have a fair amount of success in dominating Emmanuel in the rounders! If you would like any further information, please do email Rich at rd cam.
Cricket Club Captain: Stephen Harrison Although bad weather hampered us throughout the season, the cricket club still managed to play a number of games. Aside from this, we played a series of friendly games against touring sides, and the undoubted highlight was an excellent display to thrash a good Simmons and Simmons side by eight wickets.
As in previous years, the First XI maintained good links with recent alumni, with a number of graduates turning out for the side. One such alumnus, Tim Muttukumaru, scored an excellent, if somewhat unconventional, century against. For the first time in a number of years, the College managed to field a Second XI in a series of friendly games against Jesus and Fitzwilliam.
Though primarily a bit of fun during the stresses of exams, the side put up a number of good performances. There were many good individual performances this year. Most notably, Chris Blake contributed two half centuries in his first season with the club and represented the University at level of Second XI. Nik Shah, another newcomer, showed promise with both bat and ball, whilst old hand Abteen Mostofi was as reliable as ever with the bat. At the level of the Second XI, first-year Arun Dhanraj was the pick of the bowlers, taking six wickets in just three games.
College colours were awarded to Matthew Stanton for his contribution to the club over the last three years, particularly in his role as club secretary this season. Films Website: www.
We hope to be able to restart by Lent fingers crossed with a new intake of projectionists and a newly renovated theatre of superb facilities. During the first session, some freshers tagged along so we took the opportunity to give them a taste of what we normally do and what they can expect when we reopen. Association Football Club Website: christsfc. We play much like the Dutch side of Euro extensive periods of pressure seem well beyond our capabilities, and we much prefer to attack on the break, as is best demonstrated by our record of scoring more goals as a result of opposition corners than from our own.
The last half hour of that game proved the turning point of the season. The opponents were Second Division Girton. The pacy partnership of Harrison and. Girton clawed one back, squeezing an excellent volley past the despairing Murray to go in at half time with hope of a comeback.
The second half is a complete blur. I remember the tough tackling Girton defence. Another magic moment from Fraser Murray saw him implausibly score his first CCAFC goal from the edge of his own area, with the Girton keeper powerless to stop the effort. A bundled fourth from Harrison was swiftly followed by a thirty-yard freekick from Turnbull, immaculately placed in the top corner. The score was rounded off by St George, another fresher, who curled the ball past the oncoming keeper from twenty-five yards.
The CCAFC prides itself on making the sport accessible to all among the student body, and in many ways it is the second and third XIs that make the club. Special mention must go to second team stalwarts Shane Murray, Guido Dacie-Lombardo, Jon Budzynski and Paul Sutton who ensured the side avoided relegation on the last day of the season. The third team remains the bastion of all those who play with the express desire to go to the pub at half time.
Off the pitch, the social aspect of the club ensures that a strong College bond exists between all teams, fans, and even innocent bystanders! Report by Domie Wong and Ben Blyth. Some closely fought matches saw us often denied the goal we deserved and which would clinch the game, and hence some frustrating draws ensued. Nevertheless, this season has been an exceptional success for tennis in College and we are looking forward to Music Societ y Website: www.
We have performed an unprecedented number of recitals, spanning a wide spectrum of musical styles, from traditional organ works to the more modern, and we were delighted to see a significant increase in attendance at recitals. They have very much become an exciting part of the week for members. Michaelmas also saw two exciting concerts. Vigorous publicity and a lot of hard work went into this concert and the result was an unforgettable evening, a vast audience and some high quality music.
It has not been all hard work, however; we have had a number of social events. A great night was had by all and we were delighted to welcome Dr David Irving, Junior Research Fellow, who gave a very entertaining after-dinner speech. It has been a successful year for the society and thanks must go to all society members and committee involved, without whom CCMS would not be the society it is.
We ended the year as the second most successful fundraisers overall for total money raised, only coming behind Trinity. As this was the most ambitious tour ever organised by a Cambridge college, our preparation was as meticulous as possible. Each member received a bag of College kit before the tour and agreed a code of conduct before we departed. While in Toronto, we trained in the days before our first match to help alleviate the effects of jet lag.
Nothing, however, prepared us for how seriously the clubs we would play took the matches. As we had asked for an under 21s or development side, we lined up against some not very experienced players. Three tries up within the first ten minutes, the game seemed to be set to turn into a rout.
As the match progressed they would use the rolling subs to replace their team. By the time the match finished we were wildly outgunned, with the youngest player on the opposition aged twenty-six. Despite this, we only narrowly lost 17—18 with a last gasp try going against us. The other games took on a similar feel, our second opponents flying over from America their all time record point-scorer and our third opponents fielding an internationally capped Canadian player.
Despite our best efforts, we lost the remaining two games. However, the signs from tour were very positive. Having held our own against some extremely physical rugby teams, we were confident that next season would be ours. Sadly, this was not to be, and first term showed that we lacked strength in depth. Numerous injuries accumulated and whilst most were the result of bad luck they took their toll. At one stage we lacked all but one of our executive committee including the captain and vice-captain and at this point in the season slumped to our worst defeat.
Due to the structure of the leagues after only six games there was no longer hope of promotion. At this point our focus switched to Cuppers. Still, knowing that we had yet to be given the chance to prove ourselves with a full strength squad, we believed we had a shot. The game itself turned into one of the best games all season, and the 20—0 score-against flattered our opposition.
It later transpired that this was the closest they came to losing all campaign as they again took the cup. Whilst narrowly missing out on the silverware it was a good end to a sometimes disappointing season. On a personal level it has been a pleasure and an honour to captain this great club and it is with eagerness that I await next season. I look forward to playing under your reign.
The new first years have been particularly keen, joining the existing members in creating a very promising and enthusiastic team to represent the College. Getting through to the second round of Cuppers, the team unfortunately lost to Pembroke, but spirits were not deterred and the team continued to play well in the league. The commitment and enthusiasm from all have made the season a very enjoyable one, which holds lots of promise for next Easter term. I very much look forward to handing over the captaincy to Alex Bryant next year.
Prizes The College awarded the following prizes on the basis of results in the examinations in June Chen, Y. Lee, A. Lock, J. Lu, P. McMahon, D. Strange, C. Xu, K. Yearsley S. Martin S. Colliss, S. Blake, M. Burke, C.
Cutts, D. Holmes, I. Hwang, K. McLoughlin, D. Rees Jones, H. Salimbeni, A. Shannon, K. Siu, J. Tay, S. Tate, M. Thiel, M. Thomson, M. Tran, H. Cherry, L. Hallaways, L. Hosker M. Bardsley, A. Hosker, A. Paddon, C. Philpot, C. Horder J. Walmswell, S. Mukund C. Blackham K. Horder, H, Tan R. Chislett E. Brown A. Mead L. Anderson, O. Bennett, C. Blackham, Z. Brass, E. Brown, R. Chislett, J. P Foerster, M. Hnatek, P. Howie, S. Mukund, A. Putau, L. Rane, S. Sadeesh, P.
Thuesen, J. Walmswell, Z. Xue, M. In the Finals of the English tripos in , Gabriel was also joint-winner of the Cambridge Quarterly Prize for the best third-year dissertation. Professor Margaret Stanley reports that this is a highly competitive event, and all graduate students in microbiology virology, bacteriology and parasitology have the opportunity to enter.
He also won first place in the Fine Books and Collections Collegiate Book-Collecting Championship for his 2,volume collection of ancient Roman and Greek authors. He won the inaugural Rose Book-Collecting Prize sponsored by the Cambridge University Library, which made him eligible to enter the championship.
She competed against students from nineteen countries in order to take part in a training scheme in leadership for students with excellent potential for academic success and for leadership. Together with some other friends who founded the organisation Fair Trade Cocaine? They took their programme to Galway University to share it. They are always keen to recruit new members or to find new resources to fund their projects. Firstly, that the undergraduates, graduates and Fellows sustain the life of the College but they do so individually.
If each group was represented in a Venn diagram, three sets would exist and the areas of intersection would be small. The Graduate Society attended the Evelyn Downs celebrations at the invitation of the fellowship.
It was set up with the intention of increasing the profile of professorial fellows in the life of College. He is also well placed to provide an insight into modern British political history, having served Brown at HM Treasury — and then Tony Blair in Number 10 — And he did not disappoint the students, Fellows and alumni who came to his lecture, participated in the question-and-answer session and later dined in Hall together.
He also speculated that Brown had weakened his government with the appointment of Alistair Darling as his replacement at Number In order to contextualise his analysis of the Labour government, Lord Turnbull identified the principles that he believed had historically informed the processes of government.
According to Turnbull, this trend towards customer focus is growing and this has been matched by the growth in the relative position of the Prime Minister in government. Turnbull singled out the role of the European Union in social and economic affairs, the growing influence of select committees in the Houses of Parliament, the reforms in the House of Lords of which he is now a member and the expansion of national media.
He thought that the answer to both questions was no, though it took him all of his first term and some of second to develop responses. One way to analyse these issues is to ask what you would expect to find at the heart of a large and strongly performing organisation, e. GE or BP. First there will be a series of vertical links to the delivery arms which might be organised by product, by service, or by region.
In government we call these departments. They are traditionally strong, reflecting the fact that they are headed by a Cabinet Minister who has a direct line of accountability to Parliament. Secondly, there will be a series of horizontal lines representing issues that go across all the business units, e. These would be grouped around the CEO.
Historically, with the exceptions of finance, these have been weak at the centre of government, exacerbated by the practice of recruiting top class graduates into the policy function and then diverting some of them into managing the horizontal functions. The problem of finance is not that it has been weak but that it has been poorly integrated.
This pattern of the cross-cutting functions being weak relative to the vertical functions has been repeated at the next level down in departments where the power has lain with the policy barons. What was the Blair response?
First, he increased the political element in Number 10 by appointing Special Advisors as Chief of Staff and Director of Communications. Ostensibly the purpose of this was to achieve a greater consistency between the Party and Government work and to protect against fears of capture by the machine, though it may have betrayed an underlying distrust of the Civil Service. Second, the role of the Cabinet Office was redefined. Interestingly, this was not done for the Economic and Domestic Secretariat.
It is a mistake to conclude that the Cabinet Office has been diverted from serving the government as a whole to serving the Prime Minister alone — i. So, supporting him is part of supporting the government. There has also been greater integration of the work of the Permanent Secretaries who, through the newly created Civil Service Management Board and its working groups, now collectively lead the reform programme in the civil service.
Thirdly, there has been the creation of a number of centres of excellence within the Cabinet Office, each with two roles: to carry out at the centre what is best done there; and to help to build capacity in departments. The heads of these centres act as the heads of profession for the various disciplines. Greater emphasis is being placed on recruitment of talent from outside, both at graduate level and mid career, and on development of leadership to fill the top posts.
This was originally called the Office of the E-Envoy, when its remit was to galvanise the country as a whole into the repaid adoption of ecommerce.
With the spread of broadband, this mission is now nearly complete and the unit has been refocused on the transformation of public services by the adoption of new technologies.
And how much has Gordon Brown retained of the Blair centre and how much has he changed? The answer is that the reasons for building up the centre remain valid, so Gordon Brown has developed his inheritance rather than reversing it, and in doing so has strengthened the links between Number 10 and the Cabinet Office.
The result is that the Treasury not only settles Public Service Agreements with departments but has reponsibility for seeing that they are delivered. No reason, I suggest, except that it would fuel accusations of presidentialism and the centralisation of power. Although there appears to be a trend towards stronger Prime Ministers, many trends have fluctuations about them.
There is now almost exact parity between the main blocks with each for Labour, Conservatives and crossbenchers, plus about 70 Liberals and others. So the governing party is a long way from an overall majority. While a strong centre will remain organisationally, we should be cautious in projecting an ever stronger centre politically. Fellows and graduates came together, as they had at a Lady Margaret lecture two months earlier; and more joint dinners are planned for the future.
Mr Tom Hayes m. Members of College, and in particular those who have read or taught history here, will know Quentin Skinner as an inspiring and charismatic supervisor, as a brilliant lecturer, and as a caring and deeply generous colleague, but to mark his retirement from the Regius Chair of Modern History I have been asked to write about him as a more public figure — that is, to reflect on his work as a historian.
Regius Professor since , a fellow of the British Academy, winner of the Balzan Prize and the recipient of many other honours and distinctions, Quentin is one of the foremost intellectual historians in the world. To date, he has written and edited more than twenty books, and published over seventy articles. More fundamentally, he is responsible to a very great extent for the way that many historians think about the history of ideas and the history of philosophy today.
Quentin began his research career by working on the seventeenth century philosopher and theorist of the state Thomas Hobbes and the English Revolution, the subject of many of his earliest articles. Rather, historians should be interested in reconstructing the vocabulary and assumptions that structure the arguments of philosophers in the past. In doing so, they may need to pay as much attention to the contemporaries and opponents of Hobbes, Locke or Machiavelli as to the great figures themselves.
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