Dates for your diary and things to do

Important dates

Featured event – alumni reunion

December 4-6 2014

In the second annual Davies-Jackson alumni reunion, previous scholars are gathering in December this year. Hosted in Washington, DC, the event will bring committee members, St. John’s masters both past and present, and Davies-Jackson alumni together for what promises to be an amazing weekend.

As many alumni are wanted as possible, so please do just ping me a note if you need any more information!

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Johnian Society Summer Party – Sunday 6 July

The Summer Party will take place at South African Cloisters, Charterhouse, Godalming, Surrey from 2.30pm to 5pm. Further details may be found here.

Johnian Society Golf Competition – Friday 25 July

The Annual Golf Competition takes place on Friday 25 July at the Gog Magog Golf Course, Cambridge. Attendees may stay in College for the nights of 24 and 25 July. 

Johnian Society Day – Saturday 27 September

The Society’s annual flagship event takes place in College during University Alumni Festival. Details were mailed with Johnian News to all Johnians and may also be found here, including a booking form.

Things to do

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Send your photos

If you were at the previous Davies-Jackson alumni reunion in DC and have any photos, please let me know. We really need the images for something we’re working on. 

Like us on Facebook

We’ve gone social. Click here to like us on Facebook. 

Get involved with the Johnian Society

A group aimed at keeping Johnians connected around the world, The Johnian Society is a fantastic way for alumni to stay connected. They offer everything from great talks, to formal dinners, to days out in the country. 

Not in the UK? No problem. They’ve also got a group for those in America, or elsewhere in the world. 

Also check out the fantastic Cambridge in America site for news, groups, and ways to find Johnians in your local area. 

Join an online book club

Curated by previous scholar Nathan Matias, The Atlantic’s #1book140 brings bookclubs into the online space. It’s pretty fantastic. Visit


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