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We need to stop accusing people of “reinventing themselves”

Why present a process of change to one of self-interested re-branding?

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Voting is open for our Cambridge Careers Survey 2017

Cambridge set to build underground transport network

Those West Cambridge commutes could become slightly less painful

How to spiritually deal with leaving for uni

It’s time to say goodbye

Vice Chancellor sits on committee that decides his own pay

Not in any way dodgy at all, not one bit, no SIR

Cambridge under fire for accepting money from dictatorships

They accepted a total of £14.8 million recently

What actually went down in the Cambridge University Press Chinese censorship scandal

The Tab recaps the saga

Cambridge student’s campaign for refugees goes national

SolidariTee is coming to a university near you

Reducing fees won’t solve the Union’s accessibility problem

The Cambridge Union’s reduced membership fee is a step in the right direction, but its accessibility problem lies deeper than this

Union announces price drop in membership

A lifetime membership will now cost £150, down from £199 previously

You did done diddly DID IT!

Congratulations – you’re coming to Cambridge

Cambridge RAG launch weekly club night

It’ll be held at Life every Monday

Caius PhD student killed in Burkina Faso attack

‘She had so much to offer the world and it is a tragedy for her to be lost so young.’

University attempts to block Spoons expansion

In episode 10 season 25 of ‘no fun allowed’

New ball coming to Cambridge this Michaelmas

The event, which is to promote support for mental health issues, has been endorsed by Richard Curtis

Cambridge’s boycott of National Student Survey is successful

The boycott was organised by the NUS in an attempt to obstruct rises in tuition fees

Eric Monkman and Bobby Seagull get their own radio show

Seamonkey is go

‘Shocking’ gender pay gap persists at Cambridge University

Just 14% of the highest earners are women

Exclusive: CUSU BME president responds to national press controversy over Dalston protest tweets

Jason Okundaye provides exclusive comment to The Tab