“Friends with benefits” means nothing

The ‘friends’ part is unnecessary. The ‘benefits’ part is disappointing.

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REVIEW: John and Jen

Corpus Playroom at its best.

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REVIEW: Constellations

Bees meet String Theory, with surprising results for barbeques everywhere

REVIEW: Strange Bedfellows

A delightful, quirky sketch show with professional polish.

Oxford votes YES to a disaffiliation referendum

OUSU decides to put NUS disaffiliation to a vote while the CUSU referendum decision will be made next week.

10 things I hate about Cambridge: CUSU — and not just because everyone else does

In his first column, JACK MAY takes aim at CUSU, and fires the kind of shade the likes of which Cambridge has never seen.

Jesus crushes freedom of speech

Jesus College are cracking down on the well-known maker of ‘CAFF’ and documentary-making in general

The Cheat’s Carbonara

Gigi gives you her secret recipe for an exam-term carb-fest

Tinder in Cambridge: Meh, Actually

Tinder may be somewhat soulless, but at least it’s not OKCupid

REVIEW: Grief

Unfortunately only memorable for the wrong reasons.

Cambridge students can make divestment happen

We need to tell the Uni to invest in a sustainable future, not an oily dystopia.

Jesus horse MOUNTED for Shakespeare performance

English finalist Will Dalrymple marked Shakespeare’s Deathday by reciting a speech atop the famous sculpture. 

What a suicide attempt showed me about mental health and Cambridge

I was given the number of a crisis team, and was told by them that I didn’t need their help

Prisoner outsmarts Cambridge postgrads

A convict stole the top spot in a criminology course from the confines of a high-security Prison.

UK government FINALLY responds to the murder of Giulio Regeni

“We are appalled by Giulio Regeni’s murder.”