Celebrating Darwin in Conversation, the decades-long project that explored the lives and work of Darwin’s correspondents.
Britpop, Ross and Rachel, cyber cafés, Cool Britannia, Tamagotchis and doing the Macarena. Think the 1990s were frivolous? Think again.
Generation Alpha is set to inherit a world completely unrecognisable from the one their parents and grandparents remember. We uncover what childhood looks like in 2023.
From London students escaping the Blitz to Ukrainian students fleeing the Russian invasion, Cambridge has long offered a place of safety.
Imagine, says Dr Mónica Moreno Figueroa, what your life would be like without sexism, racism, fat oppression and class distinction.
Read the editor’s letter and all your emails, letters, tweets and posts in response to CAM 97.
Solving grammar’s greatest puzzle, meat-free Fridays and a new maths school to open.
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.
An alumni life: Janina Schnick (Magdalene 2007) on what it really takes to work in international development.
Opera singer Gabrielle Haigh (Clare 2010) uses favourite memories to conjure emotions in her performances, and says her time at Cambridge is a rich source.
“There’s no hint of consciousness in any of the AI mechanisms currently out there”, says Professor Anna Korhonen.
Your directory to alumni life: events, benefits and updates.
What happens when an emperor decides to change the religion of an entire people? Forget the Tudors. This is reformation – and counter-reformation – ancient Egyptian style.
Living through dark times can be challenging. It takes resilience, courage and, above all, hope. But what is hope exactly? CAM investigates.
Vice-Chancellor, Professor Stephen J Toope (Trinity 1983), shares the sounds which shaped his student days at Cambridge.
It is the quintessential College entertainment. From classic school disco at Homerton to dubstep at Clare Cellars, the bop has it all: music, dancing, friends and, if you’re lucky, a somewhat sticky carpet