In the media
Revd Anders Litzell, who arrived to train at Ridley from his home country of Sweden via London Diocese in 2010, has been appointed the first prior of a new community being formed by the Archbishop of Canterbury at Lambeth Palace.
Ridley's Tutor in Christian Life and Thought, The Reverend Canon Dr Adrian Chatfield, will be speaking on thirteen BBC Local Radio Breakfast Programmes this Sunday.
Ridley alumni Mike and Nicky-Sue Terry, who met during their ordination training, have taken up an unusual joint post as vicars of St Mary's Church in Warsash, near Southampton.
The publication of a new book arising from a sabbatical taken at Ridley Hall has just been announced, hailed as ground-breaking.
The fourth part of BBC Radio Cambridgeshire's Hidden Ridley series gives an insight into the First World War through artefacts in Ridley's archives.
60 years before women were able to be ordained as priests in the Church of England, Ridley's then Principal Paul Gibson was ahead of his time, advocating women's ministry.
The third part of BBC Radio Cambridgeshire's Hidden Ridley series uncovers an unlikely visit of Mahatma Gandhi to the college in the 1930s.
In its "Hidden Ridley" series, BBC Radio Cambridgeshire casts the spotlight on Noel Duckworth - Olympic rower and Ridley alumnus.
In a recent column in The Times newspaper, Ridley Hall's Director of Faith in Business Richard Higginson, explores the issue of business negotation through Holy Living, a book written by Jeremy Taylor, chaplain to King Charles I.