Can inclusive design principals lead to greater innovation?
Humanism comes in for a lot of criticism from a number of different angles. Some see it is an immoral approach to life, some as nihilistic. By examining a few of the most common objections to Humanism we learn more about them, to what extent they are fair, and how to counter them. We also learn more about Humanism.
Music, real instruments, and real fun, with all sessions taught by a fully qualified classroom music teacher!
2016 was a year of political upheaval, not least in the UK and America. A common concern on both sides of the pond was the apparent relegation of fact and rational discourse in favour of an appeal to emotion, shrill voices and the embrace of dubious and erroneous facts. Julian Huppert, LibDem MP for Cambridge 2010-2015 joins us to share his views. Was it really like this or not? Was it worse than ever? What’s the future prospect for rational debate in parliament and civil society? This will be Julian’s second visit to Skeptics in the Pub. It’s sure to be a stimulating evening of discussion and debate.
FREE JOBS FAIR AT THE CAMBRIDGE GUILDHALL - FRIDAY 31ST MARCH
Earlier this year, the CSVPA fashion students were each challenged to purchase an item of clothing from one of the Arthur Rank Hospice Stores, and then redesign that item of clothing based on an individually assigned character.
Only The Brave, our mud obstacle run, is back! And it’s bigger, better, and muddier than ever before! Choose between a 5 or 10 mile mud run with over 40 obstacles; you’ll be running, crawling, climbing, and scrambling your way to the finish line. It’ll take everything you’ve got but we promise it will be worth it.
City of Cambridge Symphony Orchestra with Andrew Zolinsky (Piano) Saturday 1st April 2017 7.30pm at West Road Concert Hall
A programme ranging over five centuries of choral music, performed here by different combinations of voices, viols, and Renaissance brass instruments. The centrepiece of the concert is Giles Swayne's 'Everybloom', a newly commissioned piece for choir and viol consort. It is partnered with Tallis's 40-part motet 'Spem in alium', works by Byrd and Lassus, and another new commission for choir, Renaissance brass and audience chorus, 'Then the angel showed me the river' by Paul Newton-Jackson. Audience members with some choral experience are warmly invited to participate by singing in Tallis' canon 'Glory to thee, my God, this night' and in 'Then the angel ...'; for more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.