Before the internet, boredom was something to be feared. Today, experts are wondering whether it might actually be good for us
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
Forget IKEA flatpack furniture. When you’re the Ottoman Emperor, the height of chic is a flatpack Scandi garden house
Professor Giovanna Mallucci’s latest paper almost broke the internet: her research has the potential to transform the lives of patients living with Alzheimer’s disease
New books, old books and little-known books: CAM presents the definitive summer reading list
The former Europe director at the Foreign and Commonwealth office says getting out and about is key to making the most of Cambridge life.
A new public policy research institute, Boat Race triumph, and the UL tower’s secrets.
Dr Jessica Gardner, the University Librarian, reveals the reads which have had the greatest influence on her life
Julian Gregory (St John’s 2009), tenor, King’s Singers, shares the sounds which shaped his student days at Cambridge
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 Impronauts are Cambridge’s oldest – and best-loved – comedy troupe. Allegedly
Heather Topel is Project Director, North West Cambridge
Professor Zoe Kourtzi is Head of the Adaptive Brain Lab, an Alan Turing Fellow and a Fellow of Downing.
Dr Andrew Grant is a Senior University Lecturer in Microbial Pathogenesis in the Department of Veterinary Medicine and a Fellow of Jesus College.
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