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Fitz connection supports Sharon and Sonita rise
The alumnus who pointed Sharon White and Sonita Alleyne in the direction of Fitzwilliam takes none of the credit for the pair’s stratospheric rise.
Apprentice gardeners celebrate new qualifications
Fitzwilliam College has supported two of its gardening team through an apprenticeship scheme in association with the College of West Anglia.
Fitz alumna Sonita Alleyne named Jesus College Master
Fitzwilliam alumna Sonita Alleyne (Philosophy 1985) has been elected as the new Master of Jesus College, Cambridge.
European Election success for Fitzwilliam alumni
Fitzwilliam alumni Dinesh Dhamija (Law 1971) and Judith Bunting (Natural Sciences 1979) have been elected as Members of the European Parliament.
A successful 2019 Telephone Campaign!
Thank you to all donors, alumni and callers who came together to make the 2019 Telephone Campaign a phenomenal success, raising £281,654 over the next three years for the College!
Professor Sir Angus Deaton leading UK inequality review
Fitzwilliam alumnus and Honorary Fellow Professor Sir Angus Deaton is leading a review into inequality in the United Kingdom in the 21st century.
New MCR at Fitzwilliam College opens its doors
Fifty alumni, including 18 MCR Presidents, celebrated the completion of the MCR extension at The Grove on Sunday 12 May.
Hat-trick success for Fitzwilliam men's football
A momentous week for English football clubs also featured a thrilling success for Fitzwilliam.
Fellow Professor Martin Millet leads University of Cambridge slave trade inquiry
A two-year academic study into ways the University of Cambridge contributed to, benefited from or challenged the Atlantic slave trade is being chaired by Fellow Professor Martin Millett.
Photo series focuses on the Pakistani men of Cambridge
Fitzwilliam undergraduate Hassan Raja has produced a series of online portraits of Pakistani men studying at University of Cambridge.
Telephone Campaign raises over £250k
The 2019 Telephone Campaign has come to an end, and we hope it has been a fantastic experience not just for our student callers and the College, but also for all alumni called.
MCR Graduate Conference Lent 2019
The biannual Graduate Conference is the opportunity for Fitzwilliam’s graduate student community to share their research with a broader audience of their peers, and Lent 2019 showed once again the extraordinary depth and range of work being undertaken in the College.