QUEXIT joins PEXIT to call for JCR disaffiliation from CUSU
We asked. Over a thousand of you answered.
‘Peterhouse should not pay unnecessary fees to an organisation that operates with such incompetency and inefficiency’
They were ‘satisfied, based on the evidence and information available to me that it was not Malia’s intention to be anti-Semitic’.
Where is the money?
Several JCRs are also suspected of rule-breaking
CUSU Coordinator confirms that DSO referendum turnout exceeded after just one day of voting
Keeping up with the Cantabs? It’s called ‘Collegium’ and university societies from the Ivy League to Japan have already signed up
Exam term hots up as Cambridge University staff strike over pay disputes.
They join Newcastle and Lincoln who have also decided to disaffiliate.
Cambridge cashes in with dizzying Guardian league table scores
In an open letter, CUSU have challenged the NUS over their failure to address issues of anti-Semitism.
Part II Psychology students were left shocked by the announcement that one of their exams would have five fewer essay options than originally promised.
The Wyverns Garden Party has been quietly allowed to not go ahead
Access targets have also been cut.
Reports of a ‘serious problem’ led to people being told to leave the exam room
A man described two bombs to the police whilst pretending to be Jack Bauer.
‘I had fantastic opportunities in my life, I want all young people to have the same’