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Churchill College plays leading role in major international commemoration of Sir Winston Churchill

January 2015 is the fiftieth anniversary of the death and state funeral of our founder, Sir Winston Churchill.  It is also the seventy-fifth anniversary of his “finest hour” in 1940, and the seventieth anniversary of the end of the Second World War. To mark these Churchill anniversaries, the various sites, charities and organisations with a connection to him have come together to create “Churchill 2015”. 

Human Rights Day: Media in Exile — Fighting back against authoritarian regimes

The last in our Orange your Neighbourhood series. To mark  Human Rights Day alumnus Celia Davies — Fundraising & Strategy Manager at Azerbaijan’s only surviving independent reporting network, discusses the control and suppression of the media by the authoritarian governments.

International Volunteers Day — Why I volunteer for Churchill College

To celebrate International Volunteers Day, we asked alumnus Grayden Reece-Smith U07 to reflect on why he volunteers for the Churchill.

What quantum computers tell us about physics

In this episode of CHUtalks, Dr Toby Cubitt (DAMTP) explains his research work in quantum information theory.

Orange your Neigbourhood: Running on the Cracks

The 25th November is the UN’s International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women and the start of the Orange your Neighbourhood campaign. As part of this campaign, we have asked members of the Churchill community to reflect on themes of gender-based violence and discrimination.

CHUtalks: Did Neanderthals interbreed with humans?

In this episode of CHUtalks Evvie Jagoda presents her research on Neanderthals interbreeding with humans. 

Churchill's wedding cake

A new addition to our Churchill photographic collections — but what happened to all his wedding photos?

From the Collection: Sitting Figure 1959 by Lynn Chadwick

In this new series — Barry Phipps, Curator of Works of Art at Churchill College explores artists and artworks from the College's collection.