As part of our centenary celebrations our most famous rugby playing son Brian Moore paid a visit back to campus recently, dropping into a few of his old haunts and visiting some new additions since his time here.
Brian, who graduated with a degree in law in 1984, earned 64 caps for England and is now a hugely respected pundit and commentator.
From a tour round our state-of-the-art facilities at the £40m David Ross Sports Village, used by the teams to train, to the rugby pitch at Highfields and to Sherwood Hall, where he was once President, Brian shares what it means to him to be part of the fabric of the Green and Gold.
Join us back on campus too
Follow in Brian's footsteps and join us in April for our centenary dinner, DRSV tour and student vs. alumni match