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The Trinity Mathematical Society, or TMS , was founded in Trinity College, Cambridge in 1919 to ‘promote the discussion of subjects of mathematical interest.’ Today the TMS is one of the largest College societies and each year holds an extensive range of talks, together with social events including the famous annual cricket match against our rivals, the Adams Society of St John’s.
Most of our events are for members only, but non-members may join at the door.
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