Cambridge University Musical Society is one of the oldest of its kind. We put a spotlight on the Society, discuss how it has changed over the years and talk to students about their experiences playing in the University's most prestigious ensembles.
In the Michaelmas term issue of CAM, Lady Hale (Girton 1963) and third-year Mathematician Maisie Muir discuss Yorkshire roots and the challenge of being outnumbered, we investigate how modern technology is forcing human rights into the spotlight, and discover what Jane Austen would have to say about our digital lives.
The University of Cambridge and Hitachi Ltd have signed a new agreement to continue and grow their long-standing relationship through the Hitachi Cambridge Laboratory (HCL), part of the European R&D Centre of Hitachi Europe Ltd.
Okechukwu Nzelu (Girton 2007) discovered a passion for writing and education while at Cambridge. Today he’s a published author and teacher who is encouraging and inspiring the next generation through his work.
We talk to the Cambridge African Caribbean Society's first Caribbean Officer, Izzie Clark Headley, about supporting students, her own experiences at university and her upcoming event for Caribbean alumni.
Cambridge has signed its 5th partnership agreement with Santander. In a collaboration that spans 15 years and exceeds £3 million, Santander’s support programme is assisting students across the Collegiate University with bursaries and internships.