Bassoonist Rachel Gough (King’s 1984) discovered a deep love for music at King’s, even if it meant the odd all-nighter.
Solving grammar’s greatest puzzle, meat-free Fridays and a new maths school to open.
In 1937, The Night Climbers of Cambridge lifted the lid on a secret world of shadows. While not recommended, some say it is still going strong today.
Folk musician John Spiers (King’s 1994) got his first melodeon as a second year but didn’t learn how to get a crowd on its feet until DJ-ing in King’s bar.
Seed the difference. Why King’s has pulled up the turf in favour of a meadow.
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.
Archaeologist Chioma Vivian Ngonadi’s literally groundbreaking PhD research in Igboland is revealing the area’s dynamic history.
Robin Holloway (King’s 1963), composer and former Professor of Musical Composition, shares the sounds which shaped his student days at Cambridge.