Four courses, seventy-two gay guys in suits and one debauched evening in the depths of Peterhouse.
No bae to cuddle this Valentine’s? It’s really not the end of the world
By Enid Q Blyton, Investigative Journalist.
The harsh realities of Middle Eastern dictatorships have inserted themselves into the Cambridge community in brutal fashion
This week FINN MCREDMOND asks Sunday Life goers about American politics
As we near Valentine’s Day, we present you with our best dressed couples
If you think this could apply to you, it almost certainly does
Dani Cugini is confused and mesmerised by one of Cambridge’s most experimental shows to date.
They claim the talks were organised to “direct attention away from the growing success of Israeli Apartheid Week”.
We got locked into several locked rooms for an hour and had to solve a series of weirdly difficult challenges to get out.
JAY KAUR finds little fault with a sparkling night full of glitter, boobs and burritos.
We run down our top ten (sort of) love related anthems
Justin Yang thinks Three Days’ Time is whip-smart, funny, and unmissable.
May Ball season has got off to a mad start
Three remarkable student-written chamber operas performed in Trinity and Jesus College Chapels.
Shakespeare’s meditation on vice and virtue has been marvellously brought to life by the Marlowe Society at The Cambridge Arts Theatre.
The Tab takes you on a journey through the world of rowing pain-faces, and makes dozens of boatie enemies in the process.