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"Pearls of Wisdom" is a brand new collection of new and unpublished articles written and submitted by Cuth's alumni.

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We are delighted to announce the full calendar of Alumni Association events for 2016. As with all events, they are organised by fellow Cuths alumni. We hope you can join in, reconnect with friends (no matter when you last saw them) and meet new Cuthspeople.

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It is now customary that each year in the Vice-Chancellor’s matriculation speech, first-year students are told, “Don’t let your degree get in the way of your education”.

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In recognition of a lifetime's career dedicated to the history of the City of London and the development of financial markets, Professor Ranald Michie, former Senior Tutor of St Cuthbert's Society who retired as Professor of History in 2014, was admitted as a Freeman of the City of London in Jun

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Pictured, left to right, General The Lord Dannatt, Elizabeth Archibald (Principal, St. Cuthbert's Society) and Pte Tom Wilde (St. Cuthbert's Society 2011-2014)

 

 

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A huge summer party hosted by the JCR but which provides something of a pilgrimage for many alumni looking to enjoy the June sun (and/or rain) on South Bailey. 

 

Expect music, food, bouncy things, Pimms and lots of lots of green. 

 

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The annual alumni weekend has a packed agenda this year and we are very excited to offer a range of different events that you can get stuck into. 

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In recent years, "Angels" by Robbie Williams has been adopted as a Cuths anthem, where the word 'angels' has been cunningly replaced with 'Cuthbert's'.

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If you're reading this, welcome to the new cuths.org! 

 

We are very pleased to have launched the new site where you can find news and articles, events, photo galleries, and information about life after the JCR. 

 

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St Cuthbert’s Association has switched its communications with members from print to electronic format. Costs and a growing membership necessitate this.

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New building provides 200 beds to meet growth