Alumni achievements

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The Association’s Committee invite Cuthbert’s alumni and their guests to celebrate the last 125 years and to look forward to the next 125.

 

Please see the flyer for all details.

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A dinner in 12 South Bailey for Cuth's Presidents, Principals and Senior Tutors.

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The week after the Epiphany term ended, Matt Glover was entrusted with "the more than pleasurable task" of leading the Society's Men’s Football Club into battle against other Durham Colleges and some of those other Colleges from the lesser well known Oxbridge, as Cuth's headed on tour to Dub

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Please find below links to the social media and websites of relevant alumni bodies - including the Association, other Cuths bodies, and the University. Suggestions welcome to build out this list (just get in touch).

 

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Cuths alumni in the spotlight. Whilst the links here all direct to Wikipedia at the moment, we would like to build out this content.

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You can order a special Cuths 125th Anniversary CD-Rom of memories for only £5 + P&P by emailing Derrick Phillips on dpjphillips@yahoo.co.uk. You can find more information on the CD-Rom in the attachment on this page.

 

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The annual alumni weekend, including reception, AGM and dinner.

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Photos from the 2014 alumni weekend. 

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Confirmed minutes from the AGM on 5th July 2014, approved at the 2015 AGM.

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Congratulations to all those who have graduated this year!

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Rob Morgan coached GB's Men's Lightweight Four to a Silver medal at Eton Dorney. Rob first started rowing at St Cuthbert's Society.

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Passing the ornate door of the University's illustrious non-college

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A hard act to follow

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Bringing forensic, business and martial arts skills to the management of Cuth’s

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New building provides 200 beds to meet growth

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Photos from the (re)naming ceremony of Refounders House in 2005

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The Parsons Field site, now an integral part of Society life and accommodation, was handed over to the Society in 2005 having previously being occupied by the Graduate Society (now Ustinov College).

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