Sam Sudar (St John's 2011) explains that studying an eclectic combination of subjects helped him discover his true passion. Today he’s developing an app for a global health project.

Dr Rosalind Polly Blakesley, Head of the Department of History of Art, Reader in Russian and European Art and Fellow at Pembroke, describes her Michaelmas term.

John Fulljames (Christ’s 1993) Associate Director of Opera for The Royal Opera, talks about the transformative experience of theatre, music-making with friends and the challenges of conducting.

The Cambridge University Association Football Club (CUAFC) may be the oldest football club in the world but it is still going strong in 2017.

*Not really. But in a world of alternative facts CAM explore the truths and almost truths behind why humans are so susceptible to conspiracy theories.

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In the Lent issue of CAM, we discover what Indian democracy can teach a world in flux, reveal how Malthus is being reinvented for our times, and investigate the truth behind why humans are so susceptible to conspiracy theories.

Katharine Whitehorn and third-year social scientist Lydia Woodward discuss innocence, experience and the 'Newnhamite' spirit.

Promise Knight (St Catharine's 2007) tells us about her childhood in the Nigeria and in the UK, and how Cambridge made her challenge her perceptions of herself.

Since childhood Esuna Dugarova (Churchill 2005) was driven to learn more and see the world. Today she is working for the UN in New York and inspiring girls to pursue their aspirations, while remembering their roots in today's globalised world.

Vinayak Dalmia (Darwin 2006) tells us about taking second chances, the magic of technology and why he still uses abstract thinking skills to this day: “Cambridge taught me about the joy and the power of camaraderie. Although my studies were challenging, I soon realised I wasn't alone. In tackling common problems, I found lifelong friendships.”


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