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In the Michaelmas issue of CAM we examine the space of possible minds, meet the man responsible for transforming the treatment of childhood brain cancer and tell the story of how Heffers became Cambridge’s best loved bookshop.

From hosting boat crews to organising events for new students ‘coming up’, Felicity Rutland (née Oates, Girton 1968) explains why she loves volunteering for Cambridge University.

It's International Volunteer Day on 5 December, so we're celebrating the many ways in which volunteers contribute to the Collegiate University community.

Discover the secrets of the past, hidden within the pages, of books from bygone years. 

Eloise Skinner (Murray Edwards 2010) shares about her admissions experience, undergraduate life, enthusiasm for learning and passion for volunteering. 

Jon Beard, Director of Undergraduate Recruitment, challenges the myths and misconceptions surrounding Cambridge admissions. 

'Bittersweet' is the term that my friends and I use to describe our time at Cambridge. The highs were euphoric; the lows were tough...

Peter Bazalgette (Fitzwilliam 1973) and second-year geographer Joseph Cant talk staircase politics and the merits of green tea.

Cambridge has left its mark on the world's greatest sporting competition in Rio 2016.

The most famous lamppost in Cambridge will be restored to its former glory and will once again shine light at the heart of Parker’s Piece.

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