The Medicine and the Brain major class had a fantastic month. Below are some of the highlights: selfies with self-made brain-hats; tea, scones and quizzes in Grantchester; (pretend) MEG-scans and MRI-sequences in the MRC cognition and brain science unit…
Together, they truly explored the brain from all possible angles!
Aniruddh Murthy sent us these great photos of King’s College. When Cambridge is this beautiful it’s hard to envisage leaving so soon!
Catch up with what the Art History Major have been up to over the last month on their own personal blog: https://arthistorycamtrad2015.wordpress.com
This week they curated their own virtual exhibitions of objects in Cambridge.
Here is a class photo from their last visit to the Fitzwilliam Museum.
Last night CamTrad held its very own talent show to find out just how amazingly talented our cohort are this year. The judging panel were not let down with a wide range of acts … from poetry to piano, from dance to Ed Sheeran, from musical theatre to Green Day, from guitar to acapella.
Although all the acts were amazing, there could only be one winner, one second place, and one third place;
This year they were: 1st: Jennifer Yakabek. 2nd: Jennifer Frangieh. 3rd: Marina Massaroni
Well done to all the students involved… Jose Zobaran, Maria Kuran, Sarah Lawlor, Veronika Pudlova, Aditeya Shukla, Maria Hernandez, Izzy Hardy & Rafaela Torigoe, Ezu Tan & Irene Shanchez-Casas & Claire Begg.
Below are some photos of the acts from last night, including photos of the winners…
Although the program is quickly running out of time, CamTrad is still full of fun activities for all our students. From playing their last game of football to commemorating their new found friendships with bracelets, the final few days have been ones to always remember.
Studio artists discussing their favourite exhibition piece. Amazing work and an amazing show, great job!
The Creative Writing class ran a hugely successful open mic evening last night. Upper hall was absolutely packed full of audience members and talented performers. Well done to everyone involved!