Welcome to the Cambridge University Reporter, the official journal of the University of Cambridge.
The Reporter appears on Wednesday each week during Full Term. It carries notices of all University business, Discussions, and Graces; Council and General Board decisions; proposals for changes in regulations for examinations; as well as brief information on awards, appointments, and job vacancies.
In addition to the regular weekly numbers, special numbers come out at certain times of the year. These include the Roll of the Regent House, the Officers number, and Fellows of the Colleges.
The Reporter is now an online only publication; a printable pdf of each week's Reporter is available at the top of each edition's contents page.
From the beginning of the academical year 1997-98, and up to September 2011, the Reporter was published both online and in hard copy format. To consult copies for the academical years prior to 1997–98, please refer to the printed volumes; archive copies of the Reporter are available from Cambridge University Library, each College's library, and the British Library.
Due to the requirements of the Data Protection Act, some of the content of the online Reporter (e.g. those sections containing students' names) is limited to the cam-only domain.
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