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The Cambridge Society

The twenty-sixth Annual General Meeting of the Cambridge Society will take place in the Lady Mitchell Hall, Sidgwick Avenue, at 11 a.m. on 24 April. The Vice-Chancellor will welcome members and take some questions. The Cambridge Society Address will be given by Professor Onora O'Neill, Principal of Newnham, whose title will be What are universities for? Lunch at Robinson College and a programme of afternoon visits in the University and Colleges have been organized for members and their guests.

Founded by the University in 1976, the Society's role is to keep Cambridge people informed about current developments in the University and the Colleges, through the magazine CAMBRIDGE and events organized centrally, and by the network of Branches. Membership is open to all members and staff of the University. Details are available from The Cambridge Society, 32 Trumpington Street (e-mail cmfk2@cam. ac.uk). The website is http://www.cam.ac.uk/cambuniv/cambsoc/.


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Cambridge University Reporter 21 April 2004
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