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.
A time to reform? CAM asked four experts to give their views on the future.
From rank incompetence to corrupt practices, procurement is under scrutiny in all walks of life. What needs to change if we are to get it right?
The Cambridge University African Caribbean Society is no standard society – it’s a celebration, a safe space and a campaign.
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.
Musician Lizzie Ball (St John’s 1999) shares the sounds which shaped her student days at Cambridge
Julian Gregory (St John’s 2009), tenor, King’s Singers, shares the sounds which shaped his student days at Cambridge
The campaign for the University and Colleges has passed the £1bn mark. So why does philanthropy matter to Cambridge?