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Around the World in 365 Days, or: A Tale of Twelve Cities

Heather Lane (1998) has just returned to the UK from Bolivia, the final stop in a twelve month remote working adventure. World travel is usually something one might think of as a holiday, disrupting the flow of work rather than enhancing it.  Digital nomads, remote working, communal work spaces; these concepts one might associate with gap year students, or people whose work requires only a computer. Heather thought so, until…

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LGBT+ History Month

If you've seen the many rainbow flags flying from Cambridge colleges, you'll know it's LGBT+ history month What you might not know is how many great events our Graduates have organised for the month! It's a busy time - February also has Pink Week, in aid of breast cancer awareness, and Pembroke's inaugral Green Week to raise environmental awareness, courtesy of our undergraduate team. Hopefully you'll still have time to devote some attention to the speakers and panelists organised by the grads. After kicking things off with a well-attended talk on Oral history by Jane Traies,the timetable also includes a talk by GP LGBT+ officer George Severs, and a discussion…

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Women and Girls in Science: PhD

Undergraduate: Holly Chetwood is a third year Chemistry student Holly is part of the Natural Science Tripos, and has specialised into Chemistry now she’s reached her third year of study.…

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Pembroke-to-Pembroke Ergathon

On the 21st January our students rowed an amazing 120km in a charity ergathon, an indoor rowing race against Pembroke College Boat Club Oxford. PCBC managed to raise over £500…

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A (comic) Day in the Life

As well as being the first day of LGBT+ history month, today is hourly comics day! MPhil student Rachel Davidson has shared with us an artistic ‘day in the life’,…

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