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.

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Spotify are throwing a secret party and you could be going

2016's up-and-coming artists will be there

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.”

REVIEW: Acting the Goat – A Sketchumentary

Beasts Gone Wild: this animalistic sketch show provides a wacky, wild and wonderful night out.

Here’s how you can procrastinate in Cambridge this week

The week ahead countdown, for all things culture and entertainment.

How to boast about your first now that class lists have been abolished

Worried your friends won’t realise just how great you are? The Tab is here to help

Chronic hipsterism is ruining my life

Why I’m such a prick: the article

News Column: NUS mania Special Edition

ARMIN SOLIMANI explains the schizophrenic identity crisis that is rocking Cambridge and threatening to blow CUSU apart

NUS President Malia Bouitta speaks out on accusations of anti-Semitism

‘I am deeply concerned at accusations of antisemitism’

Tab Guide to etiquette: Champagne, caviar, and canapés

How to make it seem like you were born with a mother-of-pearl spoon in your mouth.

DVF dazzles the Union in an intimate affair

They don’t make people like Diane von Furstenberg anymore.

In defence of post-prelim blues

We’ve all heard the chorus of “This term is super fun for English and History students! They get eight weeks of lounging in the grass before May Week while everyone else slaves in the library.”