Tuesday, 20 June 2017

Britain's Brightest Students Go Wild To Celebrate The End Of Their Exams At Cambridge's Raucous All-Night May Ball - Some Were Even Brave Enough To Strip Off And Take A Dip In The River Cam

The decadent bash came to a raucous end as male and female partygoers alike stripped off to go for a swim
Cambridge University students proved they know how to throw a party as they kicked off the summer break in spectacularly drunken style at the annual May Balls.
Well-heeled revellers donned their finery as they stumbled through the historic city in sparkling gowns, towering heels and formal tuxedos before stumbling home from the black tie event in the early hours.
Even as the sun came up this morning, it was clear the students had no intention of calling it a night as they clattered home from the all-night bash, with some even stripping off to take a dip in the River Cam.

With the venue decked out in fairy lights, the ball provided a romantic setting for students celebrating the end of exams
The raucous annual gathering, traditionally a celebration of the end of exams and the beginning of the summer break, gives students a chance to let their hair down - and tonight it was the turn of Trinity, Clare and and Jesus College's residents to throw a lavish party.
The largest college at Cambridge, which has spawned some 32 Nobel Prize Winners, Trinity is famed for its annual summer party which kicks off with a parade through the city streets and ends with the infamous survivors' photo.
Students toast the end of the academic year in style as they clatter through the streets of Cambridge after the Trinity May Ball

One daring student was brave enough to strip off as she took a dip in the River Cam in the early hours of Tuesday morning

Grand finale: The event came to a close with a dazzling firework display for students and members of the public to enjoy

Those who were still standing at 6am gathered on a bridge as they marked the end of exams in boozy style this week

Expensive ball gowns and formal tuxedos were cast aside as guests stripped off for an early morning swim in the river

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