7 Ways Games Reward the Brain

Dr Tom Chatfield, an ex-ST John’s English student is a British writer, broadcaster and tech philosopher. He is a columnist for the BBC, international commentator and TED Global speaker, and he has worked as a writer and consultant with some of the world’s leading technology firms. See below for what Tom has to say about rewards […]

Meet Dan, 3rd Year Maths

Dan is a third year maths student currently studying at St John’s. Here he talks about discovering maths at an Open Day and some of his favourite things he’s learned so far at university… Produced by Tom Crawford.

Meet Diamor, 1st year Maths

Diamor is a first year maths student currently studying at St John’s. Here he talks about his passion for numbers and some of his favourite things he’s learned so far at university…  Produced by Tom Crawford.  

Meet Leo, 2nd year Maths

Leo is a second year maths student currently studying at St John’s. Here he talks about when he discovered his interest in maths and some of his favourite things he’s learned so far at university… Produced by Tom Crawford.

What’s the best way to win at Monopoly?

Monopoly may have started out as a humble board game in 1935, but it has since evolved into a multi-platform, multi-million dollar titan of the gaming world, appearing on almost every major games console over the last 30 years. The ultimate question then, is how can you improve your chances of winning? Watch the video…

The Game of Life

The Game of Life is one of the simplest video games ever to exist, and yet is one of the most addictive! It’s known as a zero player game as you simply choose your initial layout of black and white squares and then leave the game to evolve over time following a set of four…