We hold many events for members in College, in the UK and all over the world: lectures, concerts, visits, reunions and much more. Details are below; do come and join us!
Thursday 20 MAY 2021
Get your thinking hats on with Bobby Seagull's mind-bending fortnightly puzzle.
Answers to this week's and earlier puzzles can be found below in the attached document.
If you like Maths and want more puzzles you can visit Bobby's new Youtube channel where he and Susan Okereke post every Tuesday and Thursday.
Thursday 20 MAY 2021
Continuing our theme of mental health and nature, and with some pleasant spring weather hopefully coming soon, we're encouraging you to head outdoors and see how many of the items from our nature checklist you can find!
Thursday 27 MAY 2021
This academic year, we are holding a discussion each term to explore some of the biggest challenges and opportunities for the world today. So far, we've looked at the questions of How can we build for the future? and How can we create a fair and inclusive society? .
For our third and final panel discussion, we will be asking the question How has a pandemic changed what's important to us?
This discussion will be led by our Master, alongisde a panel of speakers including: Archie Norman (1972) chairman of Marks and Spencer, speaking on retail, Belinda Gordon (1994), Strategy Director of Green Alliance speaking on green recovery, Harry Hickmore (2011) Head of Development & Communications at Wilton’s Music Hall, speaking on the arts, and Tarun Sawhney (1992) Vice-Chairman and Managing Director of Triveni Engineering & Industries Ltd, speaking on India.
We hope you will join us and share your own experiences and thoughts!
Please complete the booking form and details will be sent to you.
Saturday 25 SEP 2021
Friday 10 JUN 2022
6:45pm – Royal Armouries Museum, Armouries Drive, Leeds LS10 1LT
Please do express an interest if you would like to attend this event next year. We will open up bookings at a later date if we feel confident that it is safe for the event to take place.
The Society would love to see members who are based in the north of England and the Midlands for dinner with the Master. There will be a drinks reception, with a battle of armoured knights, followed by dinner in the Tournament Gallery.
Places are charged at £80/person (pre-2014 graduates & all guests); £45/person (2014 & later).