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Success for Churchill's footballers

England may be out of the World Cup, but Churchill's postgraduate men's football team finished their season on a high.

World premiere of Lady Randolph Churchill’s final play — Between the Devil and the Deep Sea

Now you can share in the excitement of the world premiere of Lady Randolph Churchill’s final (and hitherto unperformed) play Between the Devil and the Deep Sea. 

The keys of Tommy Lascelles

An unusual job for our conservators (one for all you fans of The Crown out there!)

Alumnus Philip Sales appointed to the supreme court

Alumnus Rt Hon Lord Justice Philip Sales (U80) has been appointed to the Supreme Court. 

The Art & Leadership of Winston Churchill

Watch this panel discussion on Churchill's leadership from the George W Bush Presidential Center, with Allen Packwood, Professor David Reynolds and David Woolner.

Churchill Casino raises £2000 for charity

The Churchill Casino has been very busy at this year's May Balls. With the profits made from this year's activities, the committee has been able to donate over £2000 to charities.

Celebrating women in engineering at Churchill: a panel discussion

This year marks not only the 100th anniversary of women receiving the vote but also Churchill College’s highest ever intake of female undergraduate engineers. Watch our special panel discussion.

From the Collection: Night Suite (A-E) by Robyn Denny (1972)

Edward Maurice FitzGerald "Robyn" Denny (3 October 1930–20 May 2014) was one of a group of young artists who transformed British art in the late 1950s. They were the first British artists of the post-war years to take his influence from American Abstract Expressionism.