17-year print run of The Cambridge Student under threat after “frankly disgusting” CUSU cuts

Outgoing Editor-in-Chief Elsa Maishman accused CUSU of “sheer incompetence”.

An open letter to Malia Bouattia

Jonty Leibowitz tells the new NUS President what’s on his mind.

Students DEMAND CUSU disaffiliate from NUS following controversial election

“A horrifying message to Jewish students in the UK”

#YakAttack: NUS to ban Yik Yak?

Apparently the UK government, BUCS, and now even Yik Yak should “be afraid” of NUS.

LIVE BLOG: Peterhouse dominates University Challenge Final

Arched eyebrows, thinking faces, and Paxman putdowns. You guessed it, it’s The Tab’s coverage of the University Challenge Final 2016.

TONIGHT: Peterhouse in the University Challenge Final

When it’s on, where you can watch it, and most importantly, what are their chances?

I was strip-searched by Greek police while volunteering with refugees

They didn’t explain themselves as they forced us in their car, held me down by my hair and illegally strip searched me.

Easter News Roundup: Fruitcakes, Cocks, and Ankara

ARMIN SOLIMANI brings you all the news, all the goss, and whatever other nonsense you swan fetishists have been getting up to over these most sacred of holidays

NUS Presidency frontrunner Malia Bouattia under fire for alleged anti-Semitism

“Why do you see a large Jewish society as a problem?”

Stephen Fry condemns the “self pity” of abuse victims and “infantile” student activism

He said the advances of the Enlightenment are being deliberately pushed back

CANTABULOUS: The shady offshore assets of high profile Cantabs

Cobra Beer owner and former Vice President of the Cambridge Union, Lord Bilimoria, is amongst famous Cantabs caught up in Panama Papers Scandal.

EXCLUSIVE: Trinity’s attempt to scuttle 2017 implementation of new admissions test

Some stakeholders in admissions process argue new test is inefficient, costly and damaging.

University plan to say GOODBYE to public class lists

The dreaded fear of your classmates knowing just how much you bombed your exams may be over.

Taylor Swift anyone? The Tab rounds up April Fools’ Day 2016

Following the scent of April-foolery, The Tab has hunted down all the stories put out by the Cambridge colleges, press and societies in the hopes of deceiving innocent, revision-addled Cantabs.

Germaine Greer runs for Vice-Chancellor to “restore thinking to education”

Controversial feminist Germaine Greer wants to hold the most powerful post in the University and become Cambridge’s 346th Vice-Chancellor.

Tension rises over Regeni murder as MPs and family speak out

“On his face I saw the ills of the world”: Regeni family threatens to release pictures of his corpse if the Egyptian government fails to carry out a satisfactory investigation.

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LIVE: The Oxford and Cambridge Boat Races

We’re braving the elements to bring you the action from this year’s rather blustery Oxford and Cambridge Boat Races.