How does Cambridge fit into the mesh of money, people and culture created by the transatlantic slave trade?
As we publish this, the 100th issue, we had to ask: what has CAM herself made of it all?
How did the digital calendar became a modern-day story of work, leisure… and power?
In Cambridge, you know something is important because it comes with its own committee.
At 75 years old is the NHS still fit for purpose? And what will the next 75 years bring?
Read the editor’s letter and all your emails, letters, tweets and posts in response to CAM 99.
Bawdy bards, robot chefs and the astonishing tale behind a jewelled 15th-century prayer book in Trinity College Library.
Cambridge University Spaceflight has one major aim – to launch a rocket into space. And they’re almost there.
Dr Shaun Fitzgerald on emergency measures to slow climate change.
Intrepid traveller John Simpson returns to his room at Magdalene to find current occupant Ben Weidmann – and one very welcome addition.
An alumni life: Henry Louis Gates Jr’s extraordinary and pioneering journey.
Professor Sadaf Farooqi says being slim is a matter of luck, not a demonstration of moral superiority.
Whether listening, accompanying, running or just switching off, music plays a central role in Professor Deborah Prentice’s life.
Your directory to alumni life: events, benefits and updates.
What happens when an emperor decides to change the religion of an entire people? Forget the Tudors. This is reformation – and counter-reformation – ancient Egyptian style.
Living through dark times can be challenging. It takes resilience, courage and, above all, hope. But what is hope exactly? CAM investigates.
Vice-Chancellor, Professor Stephen J Toope (Trinity 1983), shares the sounds which shaped his student days at Cambridge.
It is the quintessential College entertainment. From classic school disco at Homerton to dubstep at Clare Cellars, the bop has it all: music, dancing, friends and, if you’re lucky, a somewhat sticky carpet