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The Light Blues took all six eights races for the first time in 25 years.

Trinity Hall alumnus Bevis Sanford recently celebrated his 100th birthday making him Cambridge’s oldest Rowing Blue.

Kettle's Yard
This month Kettle’s Yard reopened its doors to the public after two years under wraps.

King’s College has commissioned the first musical setting of renowned Chinese poet Xu Zhimo, most famous poem, 再别康橋 (variously translated as Second Farewell to Cambridge) by a mainstream classical composer.

P6, New Court: Sebastian Faulks (Emmanuel 1971) and third-year mathematician Fraser Waters discuss eclectic decoration and built-in storage.

Tom Crawford (Queens' 2012) shares his alumni story from PhD via BBC and CUP (Cambridge University Press) to St Hugh’s College Oxford.

Scientist-turned-entrepreneur Vivian Chan (Trinity Hall 2007) explains the thinking behind setting up a scientific discovery search engine.

Andrew Lorey (Trinity 2015) describes how the opportunities and experiences he gained at Cambridge were vital to securing a job at Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum, Hawai‘i.

Against a background of changing GCSEs and big data, Dr Sam Lucy, Director of Admissions for the Cambridge Colleges, explains just exactly what it is like to apply to Cambridge today.

Professor Chris Young considers German democracy following a symposium on the subject with international colleagues. At a time when Angela Merkel was being described as the leader of the free world, its aim was to look beyond the obvious nadirs of German history over the last century to discern the reasons behind the triumph of German democracy.

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