"The story of Trinity, well told in this book by many different voices, teaches us something modern Britain tends to ignore, which is that we have - or had - a genius for institutions." Charles Moore, The Telegraph.
Edward Stourton is a distinguished broadcaster and presenter. In 1976 he came up to Trinity to read English, and in his final year was president of the Cambridge Union Society. John Lonsdale is emeritus professor of modern African history and Fellow of Trinity College. Catharine Walston is freelance editor responsible for a number of publications on Cambridge colleges and institutions, including The University of Cambridge: An 800th Anniversary Portrait.
Trinity Minds College Staff Trinity and Mathematics Admissions Isaac Newton Trinity's Physicists Scenes from College Life (1930s-1950s): Music and Chapel Trinity's Money The Humanities Build Trinity: The Last 50 Years Scenes from College Life (1960s-1970s): Sport and Drama Trinity and the Biomedical Sciences The Wren Library Trinity at War Scenes from College Life (1980s-2000s): TCSU, RAG, the Magpie and Stump. Trinity, Political Life and the World.