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Florence Horsbrugh’s First World War National Kitchen’s Scrapbook

Florence Horsbrugh's scrapbook: from our guest contributor Churchill MPhil historian Cherish Watton.

Pre-Inka elites and the social life of fragments — Dr Elizabeth DeMarrais on hunting for signs of pre-Inka elites

Objects unearthed in the Andes tell new stories of societies lacking hierarchical leadership in the time before the Inka Empire. 

Photos and videos from the 2017 Association Weekend

We were delighted to welcome so many alumni back to College for our annual Association Weekend last month, featuring a programme of events in celebration of the life of Founding Master, Sir John Cockcroft.

Dr Bjarne Stroustrup wins the Faraday Medal

Dr Bjarne Stroustrup has been awarded the  Faraday Medal of the Institution of Engineering and Technology, the oldest engineering professional society in the world.

Revealing the personal side of the atomic scientist who changed the world

Sir John Cockcroft was one of the most important and influential scientists of the modern era. He was the joint winner of the Nobel Prize for Physics (1951) for his pioneering work at the Cavendish Laboratory on the artificial disintegration of atoms. On Friday 22 September, several generations of the Cockcroft family, including Sir John’s surviving children, will gather at Churchill College to celebrate the 120th anniversary of Sir John’s birth and the 50th of his death. 

Churchill celebrates its highest ever undergraduate intake of women

Churchill College is pleased to celebrate the diversity as well as the excellence of our new undergraduate intake. This year 36% of undergraduates will be women — our highes proportion for over a decade.

Admissions in Balance

Read the Master's latest blog post on what Churchill College is doing to increase the diversity of its undergraduate membership.