What have the scholars been up to? Here are the latest highlights, in easily digestable bites.
Previous scholar Deanie Vallone is currently doing a writing internship for the Skylight Music Theatre and has just participated in NaNoWriMo, writing over 50,000 words. The literary journal, Prick of the Spindle, will be publishing two of her poems.
Scholar Stephen Worden visited Indonesia and Malaysia as part of his post-Cambridge travelling adventure. Here are some of his pictures.
Several of the Davies-Jacksons met in Cambridge for tea with The Master.
Previous scholar John Doffing and his company, Walls 360, were recently featured in Forbes. The article discusses marrying art with tech in Las Vegas.
Previous scholar Lindsay Brainard has just completed her second Master’s degree (M.A. in Philosophy of Science) at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill. She is preparing for her exam to advance to PhD candidacy.
Lindsay returned to Cambridge this summer, as she does most summers, to teach at a summer school – and to attend May Balls.
In November, previous scholar J. Nathan Matias gave an Ignite talk at NewsFoo: Can Gender Metrics Make the News More Diverse? This five-minute video is what Nathan calls ‘the clearest summary of my primary work at the Media Lab so far’.
While over, Nathan visited Cambridge and met with both previous and current scholars at The Master’s lodge.
Your humble editor has also written some bits and bobs, like this piece for The Independent on doing high-level sport while at Oxbridge; and this piece for the Guardian on Cambridge student and injured national triathlete Charlotte Roach. The suite of others can be found here.
To finish, while we’re at it, why not a picture of St. John’s at Christmas time? Happy holidays.