St Cuthbert's Society
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Welcome to St Cuthbert's Society
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The traditional Formal adapted remarkably well to Zoom, and about 40 members of Cuth’s enjoyed a lively evening of music, speeches and conversation on Wednesday. Sarah McAllister was the Inspiring Woman Speaker, with a searing account of how she survived a very challenging time last year. Yet again Professor Graeme Small embellished the Address to the Haggis most ingeniously with accounts of how the Principal has hunted it over the years, and cut into an actual haggis most dramatically. Alumnus Matthew Morgan had recorded a lovely version of ‘My Love is Like a Red, Red Rose’, and with Choir members Caroline McCartney and Megan Davies he sang ‘The Bonny Bonny Banks of Loch Lomond’ for us – it’s such a pleasure in these constrained times to hear live singing. The Principal discussed Burns’ enthusiasm for the American Revolution and his subsequent popularity there in her Immortal Memory address. Rishi Jindal and Elena Martin (both now working in Manchester) were wonderfully witty in their Toast to the Lassies and Reply. Those present included alumni, SCR and JCR members (some as far away as America), and the PVC Colleges Jeremy Cook.
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12 South Bailey
T - 0191 334 3400
St Cuthbert's Society
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Undergraduate Student Development Awards, Postgraduate Research Grants, The Collingridge Moore Engineering Grant and SCR Performing Arts Grants
Applications are open for Undergraduate Student Development Awards; the Collingridge Moore Engineering Grant for second, third and fourth year engineering students; Postgraduate Research Grants; and SCR Performing Arts Grants.We recognise that activities and events may be disrupted or cancelled due to Covid -19 and College will require confirmation that any activity will be going ahead prior to any award being paid. However please do not let this discourage you from applying.
The deadline for applications for all grants is Friday 12th March 2021
For further information about how to apply please login through the Current Students tab to the Awards & Grants section on the college website at Awards & Grants.
If you have any questions or queries please contact the Vice-Principal , Dr Jon Warren.