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
A lecturer in Criticism at the Faculty of English, Dr Ross Wilson says heavy metal and critical theory have more in common than you might think.
It’s the biggest crisis since the Second World War, and I want to talk about it now, not analyse what went wrong in 20 years’ time, says Professor Catherine Barnard
Beware the vegetation. Beneath their seemingly benign, leafy exteriors lies a world of invasion and counter-attack, mutation and adaptation, slow, painful death and – against all the odds – life
Archaeologist Chioma Vivian Ngonadi’s literally groundbreaking PhD research in Igboland is revealing the area’s dynamic history.
Dr Renaud Morieux is a University Senior Lecturer in British History and a Fellow of Jesus College.
A £100 million gift and the largest-ever study on genetics and weight gain.
Rowan Williams (Christ’s 1968) and third-year Human, Social and Political Science student Grace Etheredge discuss icons, baked beans and a bed-sized alcove at Y27 Third Court, Christ’s.
Alison Traub is Executive Director of Development and Alumni Relations
Musician Lizzie Ball (St John’s 1999) shares the sounds which shaped her student days at Cambridge
Professor Stephen J Toope, the Vice-Chancellor of the University, reveals the reads which have had the greatest influence on his life
Read the letter from the Editor for CAM 86 and all your emails, letters, tweets and posts in response to CAM 85
What attracts the world’s very best grad students to Cambridge? Academic excitement, a global perspective – and outstanding support
The Cambridge University Astronomical Society can teach you how to get a lens cap off, focus a telescope and use the coordinate system. But you’ll need your own eyes to appreciate the universe.