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.
In the Michaelmas issue of CAM we investigate the mystery of gravity, catch up with the new Vice-Chancellor, Professor Stephen Toope and trace the extraordinary tale of the raising of the whale, at the Museum of Zoology.
Think you know what gravity is? Think again. New research is revealing how little we know about this most mysterious of forces.
And just seven years in which to make your mark. CAM talks to the Vice-Chancellor about his term of office.
The Cambridge University Digital Gaming Society is more collaborative than competitive. Except when it comes to Oxford.
Eugenia Cheng (Caius 1994) and second-year organ scholar Michael How share their stories of musical friendships and mathematical foes.
Leading academics and alumni discuss the global economy.
Composer-in-residence, Joanna Marsh (Sidney Sussex 1989) shares the songs which shaped her undergraduate life.
Three Finalists share their thoughts on careers, post-Cambridge plans and the future.
CAM browses the bookshelves of Professor Anna Vignoles, Professor of Education, Director of Research at the Faculty of Education and Fellow of Jesus College.