Sit down, shut up and listen to minority voices

A blog from our newly elected Students' Union BME Officer

Running a half marathon for all PSP patients

As a PhD student focusing on Progressive Supranuclear Palsy I wanted to do more to help

New ergs and new rowers

The ergs have arrived and have been set up in the beautiful, new gym!

Working for a marine conservation project in Kenya

I spent the summer helping the Kuruwitu Conservation and Welfare Association in Kenya

Hosting a workshop on developing children’s literature collections

Lucy Cavendish College Library hosted a workshop on developing children’s literature collections, attended by fifteen students from the University of Washington.

The end of a three year rollercoaster ride

We’ve travelled together on a memorable, action-packed and special journey.

Starting out as Outreach and Recruitment Officer

I’m looking forward to continuing working here over the summer as the temporary Outreach and Recruitment Officer at Lucy Cavendish College

HHLCCBC women are ready for May Bumps!

Everyone’s favourite term for rowing is nearly over, but not before May Bumps take place next week!

Working to Support Stranded Spouses: Sulema Jahangir

Sulema Jahangir (Law. 2000) discusses her role in supporting those spouses who find themselves separated from their families.

Representing Women in Employment Law

Jessie Ingle (Law, 2013) provides insight into her role, helping women achieve justice in the face of many difficult barriers.