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Von Wright’s children return to their Lucy Cavendish home

September 22 2016

In 1949, Finnish philosopher George Henrik von Wright (1916 - 2003) came to Cambridge to study at Trinity College under the supervision of Austrian philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein. Now, 67 years later, his children have returned


High fliers Hollie and Kim celebrate places at Lucy Cavendish College

August 18 2016

More than 2,500 A-Level students from across the UK are celebrating today after meeting their offer to become an undergraduate at the University of Cambridge.

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Von Wright’s children return to their Lucy Cavendish home

In 1949, Finnish philosopher George Henrik von Wright (1916 - 2003) came to Cambridge to study at Trinity College under the supervision of Austrian philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein. Now, 67 years later, his children have returned

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Admissions Clinic Tuesday 8 November

8 November, 10:00 - 12:00

Come and meet our Admissions team and find out more about how to apply


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Admissions Clinic Tuesday 8 November

8 November, 10:00 - 12:00

Come and meet our Admissions team and find out more about how to apply

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“There is a lot to make me smile” - Boat Club President’s Report

13 July 2016

College Boat Club President Sarah Roe takes a moment to reflect on what has been a fantastic year.


Gift of Porters’ Portrait for Lucy Cavendish College

12 July 2016

Alumna Diana Sawyer (M Ed 2009) has kindly donated a portrait of our Senior Porters to be hung in the entrance of Warburton Hall. The portrait formed part of an exhibition

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Kassi

The English Literature course allows for a lot of freedom when choosing texts. While you cannot hide from the classics forever, you are able to indulge your own passions and tastes. For me this has meant reading as many plays as possible from every period we have studied - and the College has been hugely supportive in enabling me to perform in them, too.

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