For 20 years, the Cambridge University Tape Recording Society preserved music for posterity – and, in the process, revolutionised recording technology forever.
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.
Reaching net zero by 2038, life on Venus and recognition for leading Cambridge names.
Creators of hit musical Six, Lucy Moss (Caius 2014) and Toby Marlow (Robinson 2014) have gone on to global success – but their friendship was forged in the ADC dressing room dancing to Rihanna.
Alumni donations help to support more than 2,600 students every year.
Graham Virgo is Senior
Education and Professor
of English Private Law.
Cambridge University Women’s Cricket Club stayed busy in lockdown with Zoom meetings – and a lot of press-ups, sit-ups and burpees.
The Bread Theatre and Film Company is tearing up student theatre and bringing the world to Cambridge’s stages.
An overview of the initiatives worked on by and available to staff and students.
Vick Hope (Emmanuel 2007) and third-year geographer Robyn Topper, discuss the demands of work, play and flying under the porters’ radar.
The Cambridge University Breakdancing Club straddles both sport and dance with a culture that celebrates innovation.
Matt Mahmoudi on the academic and financial support that, he says, has changed his life forever