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The Pegasus Cup

On October 8 the Clare Hall Boat Club was presented with the Pegasus Cup by Richard Naisby of Milton Brewery. The Pegasus Cup is awarded to the most successful overall boat club performance in the May Bumps races.

This year, the Clare Hall boat club had a very successful Bumps campaign collecting 60 points in the Pegasus score and finishing well ahead of the runners up Caius with 33 points and Emmanuel with 24 points. This result is thanks to an excellent and consistent performance of both the Women’s and Men’s teams, which bumped in all of their races except for the last...

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17 October 2019

Student Matriculation

On Monday 14 and Tuesday 15 October, 130 new graduate students matriculated, becoming full members of the university. Students signed our Matriculation book in the presence of the President, Vice-President, Praelector and Tutors, who extended a warm welcome. This was followed by a splendid meal in the dining hall, in the company of many college Fellows.

Thanks to the retiring Praelector, Dr Trudi Tate, and the Tutorial Administrator, Becky Williams, for organising the Matriculation events.

Welcome to the incoming Praelector, Dr Lucia Tantardini.

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17 October 2019

Clare Hall Review 2019

The 2019 Clare Hall Review is now available to view online.

The talent and diversity of Clare Hall is represented annually in the Review, which this year includes contributions from Dr Chris Hope, a climate change policy researcher, the College's new choirmaster Ben D'Souza and a feature on architecture at Clare Hall from our Vice President Professor Alan Short. 

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14 October 2019

Pegasus Cup Award Ceremony

The Clare Hall Boat Club would like to invite all members of the College to the award ceremony of the Pegasus Cup of 2019 on the 12 October at 8 pm. This award is given to the college with the best performance during May Bumps and is presented by Milton Brewery. The club had an incredibly successful year, culminating in a fantastic performance in May Bumps in June 2019 for both the men’s and women’s team.

Location - Anthony Low Bar, Clare Hall

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08 October 2019

No Place Like Home? Policy Workshop on refugees and forced displacement

Report by Sigrid Lupieri

On Friday, 20 September, scholars, policymakers and participants with a refugee background gathered at Clare Hall for the workshop No Place Like Home? New Perspectives on Displacement and the Modern Refugee System.

Panel discussions saw attendees reflecting on the future of ‘durable policy options’ for refugees and on the need for a more global and comprehensive framework for responsibility-sharing and support for host communities during refugee crises. In fact, to date,...

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03 October 2019

Induction for new students

On Sunday 29 September, the Tutors hosted an Induction to Clare Hall for our new graduate students. The students met a number of the senior Fellows, senior staff, and the GSB, and were given a warm welcome to the College. Thanks to the catering staff for an excellent lunch. We look forward to another great year at Clare Hall.

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Photography by Tobias Baldauf

 

 

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30 September 2019

Student Matriculation

A warm welcome to the first students to matriculate for this academic year. Four new EMBA students have joined Clare Hall, and were welcomed with a special dinner with the President, Vice-President, Praelector, Tutors, and other Fellows. Upon Matriculation, students are officially members of the University of Cambridge. Congratulations to all.

The President thanked Dr Trudi Tate for her work as Praelector over the past five years. From October, the new Praelector will be...

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26 September 2019

The Impact of Jesus in First-Century Palestine by Dr Rosie Luff

Although the archaeological evidence indicates a prosperous and thriving Galilee in the early first century CE, the Gospel texts suggest a society under stress, where the rich were flourishing at the expense of the poor. In this multi-disciplinary study, Clare Hall Emeritus Fellow Rosemary Luff, contributes to current debates concerning the pressures on early first-century Palestinian Jews, particularly with reference to socio-economic and religious issues. 

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21 August 2019

Graduation Ceremony

A large group of graduands, their family and guests, joined the President and the Fellow Deputy Praelector for a splendid graduation dinner on Friday 19 July. The following day, on Saturday 20 July, the Deputy Praelector presented the following for their degrees: 8 Doctors of Philosophy, 1 Master of Arts, 6 Masters of Law, 12 Masters of Philosophy, 5 Masters of Advanced Study, and 1 Master of Education.

Warm congratulations to all!

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Photo credit: Tim Bond

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06 August 2019

Lost in Wonderland - The Clare Hall Summer Soiree 2019

We are pleased to report that July’s Lost in Wonderland event, hosted by the Clare Hall Summer Soirée Committee, was a huge success. The sold-out event was attended by Clare Hall Fellows, students and staff, as well as guests from outside the College. Our President, David Ibbetson; Bursar, Ian Strachan and Vice President, Alan Short were also in attendance.

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05 August 2019