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Churchill students form new society to reduce food waste and help local foodbanks and charities

The Cambridge University Foodbank Society aims to help local foodbanks and charities provide food for those who need it whilst reducing the amount of food wasted by the University.

Churchill Postdoctoral By-Fellow Alexey Amunts wins prestigious Lennart Nilsson Award for scientific imaging

Churchill Postdoctural By-Fellow Alexey Amunts recognised for his contribution to the visualisation of fundamental biological structures using electron cryo-microscopy (cryo-EM).

Keep the Damned Women Out: Professor Nancy Malkiel on why some Colleges and Universities 'went mixed'

Exploring the decision in the 1960s and 70s by several Ivy League universities in the USA and colleges in Cambridge and Oxford to 'go mixed'.

Photos from the 2016 Association Weekend

The Association Weekend 2016 brought more of us together than ever to enjoy our cheaper dinner prices, an excellent buffet & wine-tasting, Cowan Court's formal opening and celebrations of literature, engineering and astronomy.

Churchill alumnus Rob Douglas and his wife Hilary endow an annual bursary for undergraduate students studying arts subjects at the College

Churchill alumnus Rob Douglas (U67) and his wife Hilary have recently made a significant donation to the College to endow the Rob and Hilary Douglas Cambridge Bursary, an annual bursary for undergraduate students studying arts subjects at the College. 

From the Collection: Sir Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill by John Leigh Pemberton (1965), after Sir William Orpen (1916)

The portrait of Sir Winston Churchill that hangs in the Dining Hall at Churchill College is a copy after a painting by William Orpen. It is not the image of Churchill we are most familiar with, in this painting he looks anxious, uncertain, subdued. Yet, it is a portrait that the wartime leader regarded as the finest of himself, one that “captured his soul”.