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28 March 2017
Student Ruari Crichard combines his course in Modern and Medieval Languages at St John's with a passion for cricket. He has played for the College, the University of Cambridge, and the Cambridge MCC University side. 
27 March 2017
A study led by a St John’s alumnus explains how refined oil theft is costing the global economy billions of dollars a year and helping to fund criminal and terrorist organisations.The “relatively invisible” crime of downstream oil theft, which involves stealing oil once it has been refined, is costing the global economy billions of dollars while funding...
24 March 2017
Applications are now open for College Research Associates at St John's College.  St John's will be appointing up to six College Research Associates from 1 September 2017.
24 March 2017
Medieval health at the mercy of the stars, human dissections that revolutionised the study of anatomy, and the great taboo surrounding female reproductive organs: A new exhibition at St John’s College explores what the treasures from the Library’s Special Collections reveal about the history of medicine.
St John's Voices
24 March 2017
St John’s Voices – the College’s mixed voice choir – have recently returned from their first major tour, which took them to Hong Kong and Singapore. This report was contributed by Henry Phillips, a 3rd-year Veterinary Sciences student.The choir, which is directed by Graham Walker, showcased a wide range of repertoire, singing at a number of private...
22 March 2017
New facial reconstruction of a man buried in a medieval hospital graveyard discovered underneath St John’s College sheds light on how ordinary poor people lived in medieval England. The audience of an event held at St John’s as part of this year’s Cambridge Science Festival found themselves staring into the face of a fellow Cambridge resident – one who...
21 March 2017
College Fellow Dr Andrew Arsan has been appointed to a visiting post in Brussels, in which he will examine how the gradual movement towards European integration from the early 19th Century also profoundly influenced developments in the Middle East.
21 March 2017
College Fellow Dr Andrew Arsan has been appointed to a visiting post in Brussels, in which he will examine how the gradual movement towards European integration from the early 19th Century also profoundly influenced developments in the Middle East.
17 March 2017
To mark St Patrick's Day, Professor Máire Ní Mhaonaigh, Director of Studies in Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic at St John's, explores some lesser known aspects of St Patrick's story and legend, through the words associated with him. Professor Ní Mhaonaigh is part of an AHRC-funded project to expand and update an electrionic Dictionary of...
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