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Alastair Hignell (History 1974) was the second man to captain the University of Cambridge at both rugby union and cricket.
The Master of Fitzwilliam College contacted Dr David Starkey, following his comments.
We support and promote freedom of speech in our academic community, but we have zero tolerance of racism. Dr David Starkey’s recent comments on slavery are indefensible.
Alumni Sonita Alleyne OBE, Sir John Vincent Cable, Sebastian Dakin and Adele Thomas were elected into Honorary Fellowships this month.
Congratulations to all of the Fitz fellows who have been recognised in this year's Cambridge University academic promotions.
Today should have been the formal graduation of our undergraduate Finalists, and while we cannot yet meet together to celebrate properly, we would like to say well done to all our graduating students.
Walker Schulte Schneider looks at how a 19th-century trial reflected uncertainties about politics, science, and race in New York City. 
Dr Emma Lees’ new land law textbook The Principles of Land Law is published this week by OUP.
Five winning writers have been awarded cash prizes for Fitzwilliam College's Arrol Adam competition. Undergraduate Shaun Seah (History 2017
For the first time, archaeologists have succeeded in mapping a complete Roman city, Falerii Novi in Italy, using advanced ground penetrating radar (GPR).
The College is very sad to report that Professor Brian Robson OBE, Fellow and Director of Studies in Geography of Fitzwilliam College, passed away on Friday 5 June.
Alumnus Ade Thomas (SPS 1989) is one of around 500 people to first take part in coronavirus vaccine testing in the UK.