Today was the start of our second week of classes here at Peterhouse and weather was incredible. Lots of teachers took their classes outside to make the most of the college grounds and the city in the sunshine.
The Law students had their classes on the move, visiting some of Cambridge’s most iconic attractions including King’s College Chapel and the so-called ‘Backs’ (the college gardens that stretch out onto the banks of the river Cam). After that, they also went to the Sidgwick Site, where most humanities students at the University have their lectures, to see the Law Faculty and library, designed by the famous architect, Norman Foster.
The Veterinary Scientists had a surprise visit from a furry friend to help them practice clinically examining a dog’s eyes, gums, heart rate and temperature.
Over in Studio Art, students were experimenting with contrasts, through both the juxtaposition of colours and materials.
In the afternoon, to round off a busy day of studying, we were lucky enough to have a beautiful and fun-filled performance by the Cambridge Voices, a British chamber choir who sing mostly choral works, but with a twist!