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‘If I had a conscience, I would not drink tea’: Exhibition shows how having a brew was used to undermine First World War conscientious objectors
A new exhibition for the Festival of Ideas shows that for conscientious objectors of the First World War, admitting to tea drinking was seen as a sign of hypocrisy and cowardice.
For the second year running, St John's is the main venue partner for Cambridge University's Festival of Ideas, and will host more than 25 free events which are open to all.
The British statistician, Professor Sir David Cox, an Honorary Fellow and graduate of St John’s College, has received the inaugural International Prize in Statistics.
Victories in the season-opening sevens competition and in a vital league match this week have seen the College's rugby club picking up where they left off last season.
A new Christmas CD has been released by the Choir of St John’s, ready for the start of the festive season.
How do you solve a 93-dimensional problem? Researchers led by a St John's academic have a new type of answer.