by Poly Frangou, Women's Captain on 8 June 2017
Everyone’s favourite term for rowing is nearly over, but not before May Bumps take place next week!
by Sulema Jahangir on 8 May 2017
Sulema Jahangir (Law. 2000) discusses her role in supporting those spouses who find themselves separated from their families.
by Jessie Ingle on 8 May 2017
Jessie Ingle (Law, 2013) provides insight into her role, helping women achieve justice in the face of many difficult barriers.
by Dorothy Heeneman on 8 May 2017
Dorothy Heeneman (Law, 1981) discusses her law teaching career.
by Susy Jepson on 8 May 2017
Susy Jepson (Law, 1978) tells how her Lucy story began with a feature on Woman's Hour in 1975.
by Jothi Reddy on 8 May 2017
I came away from Lucy Cavendish with the feeling that all things were possible. I still feel the same today.
by Jillinda Tiley on 8 May 2017
Some Reflections from Jillinda Tiley, Emeritus Fellow and former Director of Studies for Law
by Judith Roberts on 8 May 2017
Welcome to Nautilus 11, our final edition for this academic year.
by Salma Elnagar on 3 May 2017
I was in touch with Cambridge University Arab Society before I started at Lucy Cavendish and now I'm its President
by Anna Svegborn on 24 April 2017
I have always liked drawing and sketching and I have created a little series of cartoons called Cambridge Struggles
Annalisa Occhipinti, PhD Student Computer Science
Dr Angela Morecroft
Dr Barbara Wittman
Dr Emanuela Orlando
Dr Henriette Hendriks and Dr Isobel Maddison
Dr Isobel Maddison
Dr Louise Foxcroft
Elinor George, LCCBC President
Jeanette Ariano, Marketing Manager
Mara GonzÃ¡lez Souto
Poly Frangou, Women's Captain
Wai Wan (Vivian) SZE-TO