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Another year of gains and success for the Churchill College Boat Club

It's the end of another academic year and another successful rowing season for CCBC. New facilities and equipment along with a strong network of coaches, coxes and boatmen have come together to produce some great racing results both on and off the Cam. Catch up on the latest news with the Easter term Captain and Crew Captain reports.

Research by PhD student Olivia Remes reveals women are far more anxious than men

Research by Churchill postgraduate student Olivia Remes, has found that women and people under the age of 35 are at greater risk of anxiety.

The Entrepreneurs of the Future: The Churchill College Enterprise Competition

Capturing the spirit of Churchill’s intent to produce the leaders of the future. The 2016 competition was won by Biotechspert for their idea for an online platform facilitating freelance consultancy within the biotech industry.

Wellness Week at Churchill

This week is Wellness Week at Churchill. A series of activities, including yoga and mindfulness workshops, walks, creative activities and even some help from man's best friend, aims to encourage students from both common rooms to take a little time out to consider their own health and wellbeing.

New Combined Boathouse nears completion

The Boathouse is coming on apace as you can see from these recent photos. We hope to get possession so that we can install the boats and set up the Mays Rooms from 8 May 2016

Rachel Snow & Dorottya Nagy take on the Tideway in this weekend's Boat Race

Two Churchill undergraduates, Rachel Snow and Dorottya Nagy will take on the Tideway Championship course this Sunday as part of the Blondie reserve crew for in the 162nd Boat Race and 71st Women's Boat Race—now in its second year on the Thames.

Boat Club News — Easter 2016

The Captains' reports on the year so far for Churchill's Boat Club crews.

Daring to dream: PhD student Nikita Hari wants more young girls to break social boundaries and study science & technology

PhD student Nikita Hari reflects on her journey to Churchill College and shares her vision to uplift society through education and to inspire other women, particularly from developing countries to pursue a career in STEM subjects.