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
What do you do with a 150-year-old whale skeleton in need of a hip replacement? CAM went behind the scenes at the Museum of Zoology – due to reopen this year– to find out
The new Vice-Chancellor says that he is excited – and ambitious – for Cambridge’s future
No set. No music. Just you – and the mic. No wonder spoken word performers are taking the cultural world by storm
Dr Martin Ruehl is University Senior Lecturer in German intellectual history at the Faculty of Modern and Medieval Languages.
John Pritchard (Robinson 1983) is Chair of the Alumni Advisory Board
A new Vice-Chancellor for Cambridge and Kettle’s Yard reopens.
Read the letter from the Editor for CAM 82 and all your emails, letters, tweets and posts in response to CAM 81
Against a background of changing GCSEs and big data, Dr Sam Lucy, Director of Admissions for the Cambridge Colleges, explains just exactly what it is like to apply to Cambridge today
Professor Graham Virgo QC is Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Education.
The Cambridge University Squash Rackets Club blends competitiveness with fun
Sebastian Faulks (Emmanuel 1971) and third-year mathematician Fraser Waters discuss eclectic decoration and built-in storage at P6, New Court.
Former BBC diplomatic correspondent Bridget Kendall, now Master of Peterhouse, reveals the reads which have had the greatest influence on her life.