In this area of the website we will be uploading photos, videos and audio recordings from events taking place throughout the anniversary year.
Female alumni gather to mark the end of the PemWomen@30 year.
PemWomen@30 host a drinks stand at the May Ball.
A summer gathering to end the year on a celebratory note.
The third and final PemWomen@30 talk aims to help the community create a ‘diversity vision’.
Photographs of current, emeritus and honorary Fellows are hung in the hall.
The third iteration of the temporary art installation in hall.
Pembroke’s staff demonstrate their remarkable talents at a social event in Hall.
Helena Roy (2013) uses International Women’s Day to talk about the legacy and future of PemWomen@30.
Dr James Gardom, arranged for all of the preachers at Sunday Evensong during Lent term to be women.
A panel discussion organised and chaired by Benita Turner-Bridger (2013).
Three generations of Pembroke women return to give careers advice.
Lucy Lim (2013) on a PemWomen@30 event run in collaboration with the Stokes Society.
Selling roses to to benefit PemWomen@30 charity Camfed
Helen Denyer (2012) reports on a screening of a documentary by Camfed.
Cinthia Willaman (2010) on a night of all-female comedy with the Pembroke Players.
Lily Maxwell (2013) on a bop celebrating strong, inspiring women.
The JP and GP Women’s Officers organised free self-defence lessons for Pembroke students.
Charlotte Ivers (2013) reports on a panel discussion about diversity in Pembroke today.
Stephanie Azzarello (2014) explains the updates to the temporary art installation in hall.
Eleanor Metcalf (2012) on a concert to celebrate St Cecilia’s Day.
Lily Maxwell (2013) reports on a memorable event celebrating female talent in College.
A transcript of the speech given by Emeritus Fellow Susan Stobbs at the annual celebration of the Foundress.
Melisa Trujillo (2006) reports on a highly entertaining lecture by Dr Stephen Halliday.
Melisa Trujillo (2006) reports on one of two PemWomen@30 displays compiled by the library.
Mark Nelson (2012) on an enlightening lecture by Professor Sylvia Huot.
Our graduates held a screening of Porterhouse Bluefollowed by a discussion.
Charlotte Chorley (2012) and Melisa Trujillo (2006) explain the temporary art installation in hall.
Lucy Lim (2013) offers an insight into a fascinating historic walking tour of the College.
Charlotte Chorley (2012) explains the background to Pembroke’s feminist discussion group.
Details of the themed dinner for graduates, organised by Taylor McCall (2013) and Benita Turner-Bridger (2013).
Charlotte Ivers (2013) reports on a fascinating discussion.
Monica Wirz (2009) on a photo opportunity for all members of the College.
Helena Roy (2013) reports on the PemWomen@30 launch event.