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Latest issue: CAM 82

 

In the Michaelmas issue of CAM we investigate the mystery of gravity, catch up with the new Vice-Chancellor, Professor Stephen Toope and trace the extraordinary tale of the raising of the whale, at the Museum of Zoology.

Highlights include:

  • Hall of wonders: From whales to moas – behind the scenes at the Museum of Zoology.
  • Bop on: The quintessential College entertainment, the bop has it all: music, dancing – and a sticky carpet.
  • A new Vice-Chancellor: We speak to Cambridge’s new Vice-Chancellor, Professor Stephen Toope (Trinity 1983).
  • Spoken word: No set. No music. Just you – and the mic. No wonder performance poetry is taking the culture world by storm.
  • A force to be reckoned with: Gravity is one of the universe’s last remaining great mysteries. From the apple to black holes, CAM investigates.

Download CAM 82 (13.84 MB)

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Reinvigorating the art of the spirited essay, CAM brings together the best of Cambridge thought and debate. Published three times a year, it carries intelligent, in-depth features, news and events from the University and a fiendishly difficult prize crossword.

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