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04 January 2023

Dreams of Dysphoria by death metal band, Vacuous, which features Ezra Harkin (Al. 2007-21) on guitar, has been named one of Time Out's best albums of 2022.

14 December 2022

Jason Sugarman KC (Sc. 1982-87) has been recognised as leading silk in Financial Crime in both Chambers & Partners and the Legal 500

17 November 2022

Dr. Lexi Stadlen (Wi. 2003-05) has released her first book, Nine Paths: A Year in the Life of an Indian Village

14 November 2022

Congratulations to Lexie Williams (Wi. 2013-15), who has been nominated for Young Coach of the Year at the UK Coach Awards.

10 November 2022

Congratulations to Karma Group COO, Vic Faulkner (Ha. 1973-79) who has been named on the Legal 500 GC Power list for Southeast Asia. 

07 November 2022

James Holt (Sc. 1990-95) is the co-founder of the Holt Group, and has a passion for building and design. He tried everything at school and is still a keen sportsman, and playing cricket all summer.

01 November 2022

Architect, Georgia Collard-Watson (Ch.2002-07) has been named as a RIBAJ Rising Star.

13 October 2022

Catherine Gallagher (Wi. 2004-06) is an award-winning entrepreneur. She runs her own yoga business, after studying Theology & Religious Studies and Law. Catherine fondly looks back at her time at school and how she wishes she'd been a little bit bolder whilst at the College.

07 October 2022

Women's rights champion, Meera Samanther (Fe. 1977-79) has been selected by Rotary International to be named as a Paul Harris Fellow, for her outstanding contribution to society. 

05 October 2022

Author Saba Sams (Se. 2009-12) has won the 17th BBC National Short Story Award for "Blue 4eva", taken from her debut collection Send Nudes.

08 September 2022

Will Bicknell-Found (Ha. 2010-15) is a comedy actor, as well as a private tutor and luxury goods marketeer. 

30 August 2022

Sarah Butterfield (Fe. 2010-12) is a trailblazer in activewear. She has co-founded Olive Ridley, which sells sustainable activewear online. Named after a breed of turtle, Olive Ridley is designed and made in Europe and all the pieces are made from Econyl. 

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