College news

Vacation loans for the Summer holiday are now in effect. Up to eight items may be borrowed. All items are to be returned by Friday 9th October.
Paul Everest has been announced as the winner of ‘Poetry in the Archives’, a poetry competition open to staff and students.
The Library will be staffed as per normal Term time hours (9am-7pm) on the Bank Holiday Monday.
Stanley Anderson : prints : a catalogue raisonné/ Robert Meyrick and Harry Heuser. London : Royal Academy of Arts, 2015. [NE 642.A5.M4]
Comments & Queries board
The Library has installed a new Comments & Queries area, which can be found next to the sofas in the lobby. All students are encouraged to write any feedback or question they have and the Library staff will endeavour to answer them as quickly as possible. This is a trial-run for what will hopefully become a permanent fixture, so please also feel free to leave any comments about the scheme itself.
A new poetry competition for students and staff has launched today, with a £100 prize for the winning entry. The College Archive Centre housed in the School of Pythagoras has launched a new poetry competition today. The competition, called "Poetry in the Archives" is open to all current students and staff at St John's and has a £100 prize for the winning entry.
St John's in Fact and Fiction
Ever wondered what Wordsworth did in his spare time?What the rest of the university has against Johnians?What happened when the Devil visited College (disguised as a Master of Arts)?Find out the answers to these and more. See St John's College, setting for murders, intrigues, and Oscar-winning movies, as you've never seen it before.
A new exhibition in the Library at St John’s College, featuring never-before-seen material, has been launched to celebrate the centenary of prominent scientist Sir Fred Hoyle, best known for coining the phrase “Big Bang”.
The St John's Art and Photography Competition opens today for undergraduates and postgraduates to showcase their artistic skills. This popular annual contest allows students to submit their photographs, sculptures, paintings, drawings, prints, and digital film, with winning entries receiving prizes of up to £200. Members can submit up to two entries in six different categories, and last year saw over 100 students entering the competition, with all entries displayed in the Library Exhibition Area.