TRINITY 2014 Committee

Joseph Massey (Hertford) & Sophie Martin (Hertford)

Presidents-Elect for Michaelmas 2014
Thomas McPherson (St Anne’s) & Emily Ellis (St Anne’s)

Jack Hull (Magdalen) & Aimee Kwan (Magdalen)


Social Secretaries
Francesca Anthony (Brasenose) & Estella Kessler (Brasenose)

Publicity Officer
Tom Holkar (St. Catherine's)

Graduate Officer
Edward Hicks (St. Anne's)

IT Officer
Elizabeth Boyd (Somerville)

Standing Committee (Trinity 2014)
Felicity Blackburn (Somerville)
Aaron Pooni (Hertford)
Reuben Ackerman (Hertford)


Honorary Patron
Lord Lamont of Lerwick

Baron Lamont of Lerwick, PC (Norman Lamont) was a prominent figure at the centre of British politics for almost fifteen years. He served as a Cabinet Minister under both Margaret Thatcher and John Major, holding the office of Chancellor of the Exchequer between 1990 and 1993. Lord Lamont was heavily involved in the political and economic reforms of the Thatcher era, and served as Minister for the Departments of Energy, Defence and Industry during his tenure.

Lord Lamont was made a Conservative Life Peer in 1998 and sat on the House of Lords Economic Affairs Committee. He has been the Honorary Patron of OUHS since June 2007.

Senior Member
Professor Laurence Brockliss

Professor Laurence Brockliss, M.A., D.Phil, is a Fellow of Magdalen College and a Professor of Early Modern French History. He specialises in the history of education, science and medicine in Early Modern France and Britain and has a general interest in the history of European ideas.