Wondering what to listen to as you relax on that sunbed? Academics and alumni share their recommendations.
Douglas Adams came up to St John’s in 1971. Seven years later, the first episode of The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy aired. As his archive goes on display at St John’s, CAM asks Adams’s Cambridge friends and collaborators about his comic genius.
The world of single-celled organisms is mostly still to be discovered, says Dr Ross Waller.
Tax. It might not seem sexy, but tax policy – who, when and why the state taxes – is at the heart of determining the character of a society. CAM delves into the history and the politics of taxation
New research has found that students who take part in sport enjoy better mental health and wellbeing.
Larping. Cosplay. Dungeons and Dragons. Whether a response to the digital world or a new kind of performance, playing – for adults – is back.
From the General Strike to the campaign to ban Sainsbury’s, Mill Road has long provided a home to Cambridge radicals
Professor Jason Sharman explains why a crackdown on politicians stealing their nations’ wealth could be revolutionary