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Discovering dramaturgy

Deanie Vallone shares a day in the
life of a dramaturg and offers advice
for starting out in the industry.

A day to remember

Jo Beatty reveals what the College’s
first-ever Giving Day has meant to
Johnian students and alumni.

Drawing and the soul

Architect Ross Sharpe talks about the guiding principles behind his work and his love of hand drawing.

Maya Ben-Yami: one to watch

Early Stage Researcher Maya Ben-Yami explains the importance of accessibility amid a climate crisis.

Doug Monro: career spotlight

No stranger to the world of work, Doug Monro talks about entrepreneurship and founding the job site Adzuna.

Playlist: a life in song

Former choral scholar Samir Savant gives a moving synopsis of the musical compositions which have defined his life.

Walter Woon: in a nutshell

Professor Walter Woon, a self-described ‘accidental lawyer’, explains how he built his impressive portfolio career.

Top stories

Artificial leaves; tributes to Queen Elizabeth II; alumnus appointed Acting Vice-Chancellor; honoured alumni.

Letters – what you’re saying

Mary Short (1981) talks about the 1981/82 reunion dinner and the admission of women to the College.

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