Online petitions. Twitter campaigns. Taking to the streets. It may feel as if everyone is agitating for something – but what is activism? And what does it really mean to be an activist? CAM investigates.
For 20 years, the Cambridge University Tape Recording Society preserved music for posterity – and, in the process, revolutionised recording technology forever.
The Gates Cambridge Scholarship programme is celebrating its 20th anniversary. Or, to put it another way, this year Cambridge celebrates the international students and scholars who come here – to change the world.
A carbon-neutral economy in 50 years? Maybe. But what if we were to go faster? Professor Rob Miller says that it is time to completely rethink the schedule.
What does it really mean for computers to be smarter than humans? We explore the singularity.
Read the editor’s letter and all your emails, letters, tweets and posts in response to CAM 91.
Reaching net zero by 2038, life on Venus and recognition for leading Cambridge names.
Creators of hit musical Six, Lucy Moss (Caius 2014) and Toby Marlow (Robinson 2014) have gone on to global success – but their friendship was forged in the ADC dressing room dancing to Rihanna.
Your directory to alumni life: events, benefits and updates.
Dr Niamh Gallagher says island mentalities can pervert our understanding of the past.
Alumni donations help to support more than 2,600 students every year.
Graham Virgo is Senior
Education and Professor
of English Private Law.
Cambridge University Women’s Cricket Club stayed busy in lockdown with Zoom meetings – and a lot of press-ups, sit-ups and burpees.
Fitzbillies – the legendary Trumpington Street café – has been keeping Cambridge sweet for 100 years.
Dr Emily Shuckburgh, Director of Cambridge Zero, is harnessing Cambridge expertise to tackle the climate emergency
The first Petri dish was put into service in 1887. Today, this most humble of scientific instruments remains at the cutting edge of discovery.
The economist-turned-geographer Professor Bhaskar Vira says that the natural world is good for us: economically, practically – and spiritually
What is it really like to apply to Cambridge in 2018? Adeline Wee, Daniel Oluboyede and Esmee Wright talk form-filling, interviews and determination
The first Student’s Guide to the University was written in 1863. Outrage, high jinks (and the sharing of the odd bit of useful information) has continued ever since
Gravity is one of the universe’s great mysteries. We decided to find out why
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