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Katherine Lawson (MSt Applied Criminology and Police Management 2020) explains how her studies at Fitz are helping to inform her work with the Anti-Slavery Commissioner.
Alumnus Sam Goldscheider wants us all to be more in tune with the environment, by adopting a more sustainable way of living.
For Alex Duncan, the reality of studying at Fitzwilliam College, and the University of Cambridge, has met her high expectations.
Fitzwilliam’s Fellow in Music, Francis Knights, has just produced a major new music edition, in collaboration with co-editor Jon Baxendale in Norway. 
Dr Cléo Chassonnery-Zaïgouche explores the history of discrimination and wages, economic expertise, and quantification – subjects which are all issues during the present COVID-19 pandemic.
Ollie Little said it first, self-deprecatingly describing himself as doing an impersonation of Joe Wicks, after launching Fitz Pump, a student fitness initiative.
Fitzwilliam College JCR and MCR members have been getting creative with their cooking during lockdown, drawing inspiration from their favourite foodie TV programmes.
Whether you are a polyglot, or someone with a passing interest in other cultures, there is something for you in a University society launched by two Fitzwilliam College students this academic year.
Folu Ogunyeye used her own experience, and the first coronavirus lockdown, as the catalyst for a revolutionary programme to boost students’ career prospects.
Discovering his father’s inclusion in Hitler’s little Black Book inspired John Willis (History 1965) to delve deeper into the historical archives. John’s production of contemporaneous accounts in his book, Secret Letters, offers an uncensored truth.
Fitz JCR BME Officers, Leona Renard Kouame (HSPS 2019) and Tolu Mustapha (Law 2019) launched Black at Fitz in October, Black History Month, to highlight the experiences of Black students at Fitzwilliam College.
Alumnus Greg Nance (MPhil Management 2011) plans to run 3,000 miles from New York to Seattle to raise awareness of America's addiction epidemic. He discusses his own experience of drug and alcohol addiction, and the coping mechanisms which help him to stay sober.