We thought it was time to share a few of the many amazing photographs that the photography class has been taking. This, of course, is in preparation for the huge display of at least twelve photographs per student that will be happening later this week.
So this is just a little taste of what’s in store…
And we sure are excited!!!
Our very own psychology teacher Katie delivered a fantastic masterclass on ‘Who the heck is Sigmund Freud: what our dreams reveal about our psychology”.
Both the Law and Speech & Debate class were lucky to have guest lecturer Eamon Haughian lead their combined class on Voice and Speech today!
Dr Kapor’s Med Sci class performed high level dissection in today’s class on pig hearts, revealing ventricles, valves, arteries, and aortas. After dicing them up, students poked, prodded, and then sutured closed the cuts they had made.
Way to go docs, keep those hearts pumping and brains thumping.
(Reposted because it was swallowed by the internet!)
The vulpine squared off with the equine recently as an interloping fox ignored the strict College rules to not walk on First Court. Most of Jesus’s lawns can be trod upon, but First Court is terra impermissa. It turns out that the male fox pictured here is one of a pair frequenting Jesus. Click through here for a BBC story on the foxy couple.
Photo credit: Jamie Andersen, Jesus College Porters’ Lodge.
Yesterday evening some students went on a ghost tour round the old streets, alleyways, churches and graveyards of Cambridge led by a professional ghost guide. With Cambridge churches dating back 1,000 years there were plenty of tales to be told!
Jesus College looked fittingly spooky last night on our return…
(A delayed post due to so much fantastic footage to sort through of all our wonderful performers)…
Thursday night’s open mic night was a massive hit and we were so impressed by all the varied and talented performances!
Some of the particular highlights were:
Haya performing Super Trooper!
And Javier singing:
On Sunday, CamTrad’s Executive Coordinator Jocelyn taught our students some bouncy dance moves!
The photography class found these dragonfly skins in the Botanic Gardens today!
The Students got dressed up in their ‘glad rags’ yesterday evening to ‘roll the bones’ at a swanky casino night! Outside there was a Jazz band, while inside the CAMsino there was an array of poker, texas hold’em, Roulette and Black Jack tables.
What a night!