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.

Whether your problem be moral, social, ethical or – frankly – hypothetical, the novel cure never fails.

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In the Easter issue of CAM, we speak to four leading Cantabrigians who have turned any notion of a quiet retirement on its head, are introduced to the concept of bibliotherapy by alumnae Susan Elderkin and Ella Berthoud, and explore the art of the fixed term with Vice-Chancellor Professor Sir Leszek Borysiewicz. 

CAM browses the bookshelves of Professor David Rowitch, Head of the Department of Paediatrics.

Professor Derek Smith explains how his research team are working to beat the flu virus at its own game by predicting its evolution.


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