As retirement gifts go, the Department of Archaeology has created something out of the ordinary to mark the moment Professor Martin Jones hangs up his trowel.

On 1 May the Cambridge Judge Business School (CJBS) celebrated the opening of the Simon Sainsbury Centre presided over by His Royal Highness the Duke of York.

Read about the Cambridge Society of Australia (Victoria) Inc's recent Boat Race Dinner.

Student sportsmen and sportswomen have been awarded almost £30,000 to support their sporting activities while at the University.

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.

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


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