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D-Day: FDR and Churchill’s ‘Mighty Endeavor’

An exhibition at the Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum in Hyde Park, New York from 25 May 2019 to 6 January 2020.

Alumna Sally Angel wins BAFTA

A huge congratulations to alumna Sally Angel (U79), whose production company Field Day Productions has won a BAFTA in the digital short form category for Missed Call.

French Ambassador visit

On Tuesday 30 April the College was delighted to welcome the French Ambassador to the UK, M. Jean-Pierre Jouyet, during his visit to Cambridge. 

Churchill receives Platinum award for a second year in the University of Cambridge's Green Impact Challenge

We are delighted to announce that the College has received a Platinum award for the second consecutive year, in the University of Cambridge's Green Impact Challenge. 

‘Your people & mine demand the establishment of a front to draw off pressure on the Russians’: The origins of D-Day

An account of the build up to D-Day by Allen Packwood, Director of the Archives Centre, to accompany the forthcoming exhibition at the Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum, New York State, which opens on 25 May 2019.

Churchill's Megan McGregor to represent UK at World Lecture Competition

Congratulations to Churchill's Megan McGregor (U&G 11), who has won the National Final of the IOM3 Young Person's Lecture Competition and will now represent the UK in the World Lecture Competition in London later this year.

Opening doors at Churchill

Behind each door at Churchill College you will find a story of success. Through excellence in bursary provision, targeted support and world-class education and research Churchill College is making a difference.

Churchill College Boat Club's 'Blades for victory!' appeal

Find out more about Churchill College Boat Club's (CBBC) crowdfunding appeal to try and raise the funds needed to purchase a new set of undamaged blades for the Women’s First Boat (W1).