Watch our latest video interview, with businesswoman and supermodel Caprice Bourret. Caprice talks to Katie Lam about her career, the West End, poker, her Playboy regrets and her future plans.
From Catwalk Queen to Lingerie Mogul - Caprice Bourret, model, businesswoman and charitable ambassador talks to The Cambridge Union. Watch our latest video now!
Our video interview with Caprice will be online soon.
If you're not already a member, ask for our Christmas Membership Gift Voucher for Christmas, and you could be treated to Full Membership of the Society, four guest tickets and two Union mugs!
Time amendment: Sir Patrick Stewart OBE will now take place at 4.30pm on Wednesday 30th 2011, rather than 7:30pm as originally advertised.
The results of Friday's election are as follows:
President - Easter 2012
Re-Open Nominations - 137 votes
David Leigh - 273 votes -- ELECTED
Executive Officer - Easter 2012
Re-Open Nominations - 57 votes
Ben Kentish - 295 votes -- ELECTED
Speakers Officer - Easter 2012
Re-Open Nominations - 62 votes
Rachael Corbishley - 286 votes -- ELECTED
Social Events Officer - Easter 2012
Re-Open Nominations - 92 votes
Juan Zober de Francisco - 256 votes -- ELECTED
Treasurer - Easter 2012
Re-Open Nominations - 24 votes
Alexander Anderson - 84 votes
Michael Black - 184 votes -- ELECTED
James Kellett - 44 votes
Supplementary Committee - Lent 2012
Sam Ahmed (Girton)
Matej Jovanovic (Clare)
Paula Melendez (King's)
Lily Shaw (St Catherine's)
Ravi Solanki (Trinity)
Jonathan Zemlik (Corpus Christi)
The poll is now open for this term's officer elections! If you are a Union member, you can cast your vote here:
You will need to be logged into the website with the email address linked to your Union membership, as in previous elections. If you have any problems please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
How will Osama Bin Laden be remembered? Is it ever right to fight for what you believe in? What distinguishes the Real IRA from the Libyan rebels? Find out in our latest debate video, where an Iraq veteran, a top Russian diplomat, and some of the country's most respected Middle East experts debate the motion This House Believes there are no freedom-fighters, only terrorists.
Last weekend, the Cambridge Union Society hosted The Clifford Chance Cambridge IV 2011. This event is one of the highlights of the annual debating calendar and this year attracted nearly 150 teams from as far afield as Yale, Sydney, Paris and Oxford.
Our heartiest congratulations go to Jack Watson and Doug Cochran, from BPP, who won the whole competition and provided a stimulating contribution to the final debate on the motion ‘This House would break up Google’s search monopoly.' Congratulations must also go to Danique van Koppenhagen and Tomas Beerthuis, from UDS, who triumphed in the ESL rounds.
Missed the 100 Miss World 2011 Finalists who came to the Union earlier this term? Tune in to our latest video to hear Miss World 2010 and Miss Africa 2010 talk about their experiences with the Miss World organization, and the humanitarian work they have achieved through it.