Girton College welcomed Camden Sixth Formers to two masterclass days in March, part of a new programme jointly organised by the College and Camden Council to encourage and equip the North London students to aim high in their university choices.
Entries are invited for the 2013/14 Girton Humanities Writing Competition.
Dr Anna Rowlands, who is a member of both Girton College and St Edmund's College, will preach the University Sermon in Great St Mary's, the University Church, at 11.15 am on Sunday 3 February.
This term eminent thinkers from a broad range of fields will be contributing to a series of lectures with the theme Understanding Society. Taking place on every Tuesday from tomorrow (16 October), the talks will be held in the Lady Mitchell Hall and are open to the public.
Cambridge college chefs and front of house staff are celebrating their successes following the results of the University of Cambridge Culinary Competition 2010, which were announced at an awards ceremony held at Christ’s College last week.
An internationally acclaimed biographer of the American author Jack Kerouac (pictured)will be at the University of Cambridge later this week to give a talk titled 'The Writer Kerouac, the mythological Kerouac, the popular Kerouac and the Real Kerouac'.