The rowing bonanza that is the Boat Races returns on Sunday 27 March with all four openweight races taking place on the championship course for the second year.
This month’s news and research from the University and alumni community.
Trace the extraordinary civilisations of the Anatolian peninsula through its greatest architectural remains, including Ҫatalhöyuk, dating to 7500BC.
When Professor Melinda Duer rescued Rio the horse, her research into the structure of bones became personal. Words by Lucy Jolin.
In partnership with the University Library we are delighted to offer alumni access to the JSTOR digital library of academic journals.
Take advantage of this special offer on alumni tickets to hear Britten Sinfonia’s concert for Good Friday, featuring music from four centuries, at Barbican Hall, London.
The Vice-Chancellor, Professor Sir Leszek Borysiewicz conferred an honorary degree on His Excellency Ban Ki-moon, Secretary-General of The United Nations, in the Senate House earlier today.
The experiences of British male converts to Islam have been captured in a unique report launched today by the University of Cambridge.
Pink Week is a series of events run by Cambridge students devoted to raising money and awareness among students about breast cancer.
Members of the Club are invited to attend an intimate private recital, a 'Liederabend', which will be performed by professional muscians who are members of the Club.
The Cambridge Society of Nova Scotia invites alumni and their guests to their February 'Second Tuesday' Lunch. These lunches are a wonderful, relaxed opportunity to keep connected with your fellow Cambridge alumni.
With over 450 volunteer-led alumni groups around the world, find one near you using our online group directory. Search on the map, or by location, interest or College.
Fascinating destinations, congenial companions and expert insights. Visit the travel page to find out more.