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Professor James Aitken (1968-2023), remembered by his Fitzwilliam colleague and friend, Professor Simon Gathercole, Professor of New Testament and Early Christianity, University of Cambridge.
It is with great sadness and profound shock that the College announces the death of our friend and colleague, Professor James ‘Jim’ Aitken.
Tuesday night saw the Grand Final of this year’s Fitzelerate competition - with six teams pitching their projects to the panel of judges. The field was so impressive that the judges chose to award this year's £5,000 prize jointly to FREENOW and Rapid X.
On Friday 21st October, Fitzwilliam played host to its inaugural PowerHouseGames.
The whole Fitzwilliam community was shocked and saddened to hear last week of the sudden death of Eddie Butler (MML, 1976), at the age of 65.
Fitzwilliam College notes and welcomes the Court’s decision today to refuse Christian Concern’s claim for judicial review.
A statement from Fitzwilliam College, following the death of HM The Queen
Fitzwilliam is delighted to announce the arrival this week of Hannah Fox, in the newly-created role of Director of Operations. This post replaces the previous role of Domestic Bursar, formerly held by Alan Fuller, who has now moved to the role of Head Porter.
Fitz Chamber Opera returned for the first time in three years with the Mozart romantic comedy Così fan tutte
Emily Bell, Colette Russell, Laura Vass and Robyn Halcrow starred as Cambridge retained the Varsity trophy
Felix Craig-McFeely and Zuhri James were on the men’s team that beat Oxford by five lengths
The discovery in the journal Nature has extended the known age of homo sapiens as a species by over 30,000 years.