Fitzwilliam began in 1869 as a non-collegiate institution, providing Cambridge education to undergraduates who were unable to afford membership of a college. This established a tradition of widening participation and challenging the status-quo that has evolved with the college, and now serves as a point of pride for the college community. ‘150 Years - challenging stereotypes’ asked Fitzwilliam students, past and present, to think about the idea of ‘Cambridge stereotypes’, and the role that Fitz has played in their relationship with this idea.