by Clarissa Hjalmarsson on 29 January 2019
Last week, Clarissa Hjalmarsson attended the British Paediatric Neurology Association (BPNA) Annual Conference.
by Hannah Hutchings-Georgiou on 22 February 2019
The Lucy Writers’ Platform is a website devoted to showcasing the work of women writers and creatives
by Judith Roberts on 20 February 2019
Welcome to the 2019 Lent Term edition of Nautilus!
by Sheila Russell on 20 February 2019
No one was more surprised than me when I was awarded a place – at which point I thought I’d better get on with it.
by Gem Duncan on 18 February 2019
Matriculation day was my fifty-sixth birthday; as I joined the others assembling on the lawn behind Strathaird for the group photograph,
by Elizabeth Forbes on 14 February 2019
I have sometimes described myself as an inveterate learner. It comes from an innate curiosity, a search for meaning and a simple love of study and books.
by Barbara Wittman on 14 February 2019
Individuals who realize that they are doing their brain a disservice by withdrawing from social life are returning to classrooms
by Georgia Good on 30 January 2019
We caught up with Stasa Tumpa, a graduate medic who fences on the Cambridge Blues team.
by Cat Darsley on 25 January 2019
PhD student Cat Darsley writes about climate change, the need to address it, and what Lucy is doing to act.
by Dr Jo Johnson on 13 December 2018
Dr Jo Johnson reflects on her time as a student, during which she gained a family as well as a medical degree.
by Kathryn Handley on 26 November 2018
Our second year affiliate law student Kathryn Handley is Vice President of the CUSWL, and founder of the society’s online forum.
by Georgia Good on 15 November 2018
We caught up with Sioned Davies, whose award-winning idea was accepted by the Accelerate Cambridge programme.
by Elizabeth Forbes on 15 November 2018
Connect with Lucy Cavendish Graduates doing Research
by Georgia Good on 12 November 2018
Linnea Gradin is Captain of the women's Blues football team. We caught up with her about the team, captaincy, and the importance of football.
by Annalisa Occhipinti on 6 November 2018
Annalise Occhipinti asks how technology improves medical research.
by Christine Pungong on 6 November 2018
A request to our readers from Christine Pungong, the current Welfare & Rights Officer at Cambridge University Students' Union and the Graduate Union.
by Barbara Wittman on 6 November 2018
The Cavanaugh confirmation was a sad day for women in the United States, but there is room for optimism.
by Georgia Good on 5 November 2018
Our Student Fiction Prize is open for entries, so here's some advice to help you write a winning short story.
by Hannah Hutchings-Georgiou on 1 November 2018
by Disha Patel on 1 November 2018
While a strong family upbringing and a strong undergraduate experience were as important, my time at Lucy Cavendish College and the Judge Business School was transformative
by Florence Hazrat on 1 November 2018
Alumna Florence Hazrat (LC 2008) Challenges us to rethink digital storage and energy usage
by Bethany Howarth & Ida Svenonius on 1 November 2018
Lucy Cavendish alumnae tackle artificial intelligence
by Judith Roberts on 1 November 2018
Alumnae Association President Judith Roberts sits down with new Lucy Cavendish President, Madeline Atkins CBE, FAcSS
by Judith Roberts on 1 November 2018
Welcome to the 15th edition of Nautilus, featuring a range of contributions that we hope you will enjoy reading.
by Bonnie Samuyiwa on 29 October 2018
I attended a Black History Month Reception at 10 Downing Street to mark the UN International Decade for people of African Descent
by Marion Beauchamp on 29 October 2018
The Cavendish Chronicle is working on our exciting Michaelmas edition, but we need your help.
by Kate Coghlan on 18 October 2018
We gathered to learn from the best..
by Dr Sarah Morgan on 9 October 2018
On 21st and 22nd September, I co-organised STEM Gamechangers to discuss what it will take to create a paradigm shift towards diversity in STEM
by Lindsay Malone on 13 August 2018
I’m just starting my second year of the Graduate Medicine course at Lucy Cavendish and have been awarded a grant from the Women’s Careers Foundation towards my studies.
by Jessica Henry on 12 July 2018
I had to present to approximately a hundred and twenty consultant psychiatrists and I'd previously never presented to more than ten other students
by April Bowman on 19 June 2018
LCCBC President April Bowman writes about a great performance on the river
by Barbara Bollig on 22 May 2018
Barbara Bollig talks about her passion for literature, particularly Medea from Greek Mythology
by Stephanie Ma on 22 May 2018
Stephanie Ma studied Law at Lucy Cavendish before returning to Hong Kong to start her career
by Jennifer Ellis on 22 May 2018
Jennifer Ellis talks about her work as a gallerist and arts non-profit founder based in London and Hong-Kong
by Julia Hayes on 22 May 2018
Julia won the Alumnae Association Prize for Academic Excellence following her research on disabled children and education in Colombia
by Sofia Maroudia on 22 May 2018
Sofia Maroudia talks about her fascinating career which led her to become Chief Operating Officer of ActionAid Italy
by Teresa Ma on 22 May 2018
Teresa Ma talks about her varied and interesting career from negotiating high profile mergers to working on peace projects
by Judith Roberts on 22 May 2018
Welcome to the Easter Term edition of Nautilus, where we are featuring six Lucians who have made their post-Lucy careers overseas
by Suzanne Tonkin on 10 May 2018
On our final day of Your Library Loves You, we hope to encourage you to keep learning and trying new things.
by Suzanne Tonkin on 10 May 2018
Day 3 of our Your Library Loves You series looks at Awareness, or how the Library can help you to live life mindfully.
by Suzanne Tonkin on 9 May 2018
Day 2 Exercising - taking care of your body
by Suzanne Tonkin on 8 May 2018
You may have already come across Love Your Library week which usually runs in February, but this year we thought we’d turn it on its head and spread the love.
by Annika Brouwer on 28 February 2018
SU Green Officer on how we can all support Switch Off Week from 5 to 11 March
by Judith Roberts on 28 February 2018
Welcome to Nautilus 13 where we continue to feature interesting articles from our alumnae
by Hannah Hutchings-Georgiou on 28 February 2018
Introducing the exciting Lucy Writers' Platform launching later this year
by Hollie Wells on 28 February 2018
Find out all about the Cavendish Chronicle from Editor, Hollie Wells
by Barbara Wittman on 28 February 2018
Alumna Barbara Wittman writes about her personal views on the history of sexual harassment
by Dr Bryanna Fox on 28 February 2018
Alumna Bryanna Fox talks about her exciting career fighting crime
by Ruth Haynes on 28 February 2018
Alumna Ruth Haynes talks about her varied career from a Social Worker in the Caribbean to the Parole Board in the UK
by Dame Anne Owers on 28 February 2018
Dame Anne Owers, Honorary Fellow of Lucy Cavendish talks about the importance of independent oversight in prisons and the police
by Judith Roberts on 28 February 2018
Alumnae Association President Judith Roberts interviews Dame Stella Rimington, the first female Director General of MI5
by Ellen Verde on 13 February 2018
Studying here feels like being welcomed with open arms
by Sarah Godlee on 18 January 2018
It's an exciting time for netball with TV coverage and Varsity on the way...
by Leona Awoyele on 15 January 2018
Meet our new Recruitment and Outreach Officer
by Caroline Vinall on 8 January 2018
Being a part-time student is not without its difficulties but I do feel supported here
by Alexandra Alridge on 4 December 2017
Our SU Women’s Officer gives her take on the University campaign to break the silence
by Dr Yvonne Zivkovic on 23 November 2017
Blog by rowing novice, Research Fellow and Totally Enthusiastic Aquatic Maniac
by Dr Yvonne Zivkovic on 9 November 2017
I am not a natural morning person but this Michaelmas Term I am novicing for the Lucy Cavendish College Boat Club
by Judith Roberts on 8 November 2017
Welcome to the first Nautilus of this academic year
by Sheelagh Drudy on 8 November 2017
Sheelagh Drudy discusses the key concepts of education and Lucy Cavendish College's contribution to women's higher education
by Michelle Baikie on 8 November 2017
Michelle Baikie gives an update on her varied education and employment activities since leaving Lucy Cavendish
by Jean Cosslett on 8 November 2017
Jean Cosslett talks about education in the 1970's and 80's
by Mathilde Whitburn on 8 November 2017
Mathilde Whitburn talks about the obstacles she faced when she began teaching
by Elizabeth Jurd on 8 November 2017
Elizabeth Jurd talks about her teaching experiences and what brought her to Lucy Cavendish
by Joanna Walker on 30 October 2017
The photo journal of a PhD research adventure in NW India
by Ning Sang Jessica Tan on 26 October 2017
A blog from our newly elected Students' Union BME Officer
by Patricia Vazquez Rodriguez on 17 October 2017
As a PhD student focusing on Progressive Supranuclear Palsy I wanted to do more to help
by April Bowman on 28 September 2017
The ergs have arrived and have been set up in the beautiful, new gym!
by Tilda Bowden on 28 September 2017
I spent the summer helping the Kuruwitu Conservation and Welfare Association in Kenya
by Jessica Lim on 5 September 2017
Lucy Cavendish College Library hosted a workshop on developing children’s literature collections, attended by fifteen students from the University of Washington.
by Cherish Watton on 3 July 2017
We’ve travelled together on a memorable, action-packed and special journey.
by Laura Tan on 22 June 2017
I’m looking forward to continuing working here over the summer as the temporary Outreach and Recruitment Officer at Lucy Cavendish College
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
by Molly Yarn on 20 April 2017
I'd really like to encourage Lucy students to consider becoming involved in Cambridge theatre, particularly graduate students - there's room for everyone!
by Cherish Watton on 18 April 2017
Easter greetings from our resident student blogger Cherish Watton
by Kate Coghlan on 20 March 2017
I truly believe CamAWiSE is place to connect and inspire women in STEM, at any stage of their career.
by Julia Nielsen on 16 March 2017
Being part of the largest female rowing race in the world is something so special and it will never leave us!
by Wai Wan (Vivian) SZE-TO on 15 March 2017
Being part of the BBMS organising committee is one of the best decisions I have ever made.
by Julia Nielsen on 13 March 2017
Iâ€™m proud to be Lucy Cavendish Collegeâ€™s first Sabbatical student officer!
by Shoko Hirosue on 7 March 2017
The Lucy Cavendish Art Society hosted its first big painting social event on Thursday 16th February
by Judith Roberts on 2 March 2017
by Judith Roberts on 28 February 2017
"We were enchanted by the splendours of the theatre, which has been re-gilded in the recent past and glowed with golden light."
by Dr Louise Foxcroft on 28 February 2017
Alumna Dr Louise Foxcroft (LCC, 1992, 2000) discusses how a feminist approach to history can bring a new perspective to women's lives
by Ingrid Dixon on 28 February 2017
Lucy empowers Alumna Ingrid Dixon (LCC, 1992) to pursue the complexities of a family history
by Helen Gibson on 28 February 2017
A Lucy alumna and her passion for historic buildings
by Gill Heyworth on 28 February 2017
Archaeology, anthropology, travel - and politics, by alumna Gill Heyworth (LCC, 1981)
by Dr Barbara Wittman on 28 February 2017
Dr Barbara Wittman, alumna (1976) and Former Visiting Scholar (2011) offers a personal view on the state of affairs in President Trump's America.
by Dr Angela Morecroft on 28 February 2017
How a polymath from Padua brought Egyptology to Turin
by Poly Frangou, Women's Captain on 23 February 2017
Brilliant performance by the boat club last weekend at Pembroke Regatta
by Jen Aggleton on 22 February 2017
Almost 60 people gathered to discuss illustrations in children's literature
by Kate Coghlan on 20 February 2017
Tamsin Wimhurst (MSt History, 2005) stumbled across an incredible local history project, which quickly started to take over her life.