Super memorisers, sequencing Beethoven’s DNA and a visit from The King.
They’re still here: the Cambridge Welsh Society has been offering a taste of home for exiles – and others – since 1887.
Everyone’s path to Cambridge is different and, as a stepping stone to study, the Foundation Year programme is giving outstanding students a chance they might not have expected.
From London students escaping the Blitz to Ukrainian students fleeing the Russian invasion, Cambridge has long offered a place of safety.
With an annual pilgrimage to the outer reaches of… Castle Mount, the Sci-Fi Society is nothing if not adventurous.
Wales and British and Irish Lions rugby legend Jamie Roberts and Third Year student Lara Greening compare injuries, curtains and the best views in Queens’
Professor Bhaskar Vira on making postgrad education more accessible.
Theatre director Sir Trevor Nunn wants to know what on Earth student Ameera Cunningham is doing in his room.