The UK’s first female bomb disposal expert has her hands full with a new challenge – becoming the University’s first woman marshal in its 809-year history.
We spoke to Kai Yuen Wong (Fitzwilliam 2002) and David Peace (St Catharine's 1966) to find out more about their lifelong passion for volunteering.
The Cambridge Global Health Internship Scheme began nine years ago as a joint venture between the University Careers Service and alumna, Gini Arnold (Girton 1993).
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.
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.
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.