Sidney, Fitzwilliam, and Downing's men's rugby players have been named as the latest Cuppers champions.
Prospect magazine has named Professor Magdalena Zernicka-Goetz as one of the world’s top 50 thinkers for the COVID-19 age.
What do the arts do for us? In an article featured in Psyche magazine, Dr Emma Gilby discusses why access to art in prison is a human right.
Dr David Skinner and Alamire are to release a recording of Media vita in morte sumus later this month.
On Sunday 28 June over 10,000 Cambridge students, staff and alumni tuned in to watch what will be remembered as the first ever virtual May Ball!
While we cannot yet meet together to celebrate properly, we would like to say well done to all our graduating students!
Check out the latest progress in relation to Sidney's exciting Kitchen Project, and take a sneak peek at the new servery and dining hall designs.
The College is delighted to announce that Dr Mette Eilstrup-Sangiovanni and Dr Emma Gilby have been promoted to Readerships.
Sidney members are invited to join the rest of the Cambridge community in watching The May Week Mega Event on the evening of Sunday 28 June 2020.
Lord Bilimoria has been elected as the new CBI President at its Annual General Meeting on 16 June 2020.
Racism has no place in our community and Sidney Sussex College stands in solidarity with our BAME members. Please read this statement from the Master.
Cambridge students are teaming up to put on 'THE MAY WEEK MEGA EVENT' - an online celebration of May Week to unite the Cambridge community to mark the end of a tough year in style. Here's how College staff can get involved!
Immerse yourself in all things Sidney during our virtual Undergraduate Open Days on Thursday 2 July and Friday 3 July.
Sidney's student historians have been having fun and getting creative by recreating historical photographs or artworks. Camille (the President of Confrat) is here to fill us in, and to show off the entries!
Ljilijana Fruk, Sidney Fellow and Director of Studies in Chemical Engineering, joined The Naked Scientists to take a look at a beautiful story of friendship, knowledge, and taking on forces of evil. There's some chemistry involved too!
Dr Frances Hall and a team of clinicians and scientists have established a new clinical trial that will test whether drugs that are already in use to treat other immune-related conditions can prevent the development of severe COVID-19 infection.
A research team, led by Sidney alumnus Professor Julian Gough, are collecting DNA data files from the general public to aid important research looking at whether it is possible to predict phenotype from genotype.
Professor Dame Sandra Dawson, Fellow and Former Master of Sidney (1999-2009) and Advisory Board member of Cambridge Judge Business School, joined an expert Independent Advisory Group (IAG) to support the review into the Windrush scandal of migration decisions taken by the British government.