Akrit Agarwal

Akrit Agarwal
Cambridge University


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Five more days of strike action confirmed in Cambridge

Strike action will resume from Monday, 21 March

Cambridge students say yes to a reading week

Will week 5 blues now be a thing of the past?

University of Cambridge to hold vigil for those affected by Ukraine invasion

The vigil will be at the Senate House ‘for all those affected by the Russian invasion of Ukraine’

We attended an exhibition of LGBTQ+ art at Cambridge

Held at Lucy Cavendish College, the exhibition included representations of both the visual and the performing arts

Cambridge needs a reading week: A round-up of what we know so far

Do we really need to adhere to century-old traditions if they leave everyone with week 5 blues?

Cambridge UCU launches #J4CS postcard campaign ahead of Lent strikes

The #Justice4CollegeSupervisors campaign calls on the University to provide training, higher wages, and more secure contracts

Meet the Cantab behind Cambridge’s first student-exclusive open mic

Consisting of Cambridge students, for Cambridge students, by Cambridge students

Why the strikes in Lent shouldn’t have to go ahead

The UCU isn’t at fault though – here’s why

Caius announces that it won’t fly LGBTQ+ flags

Gonville & Caius College claims that flying LGBTQ+ flags is a “political statement”

Cambridge reduces Masters application fees, scraps doctoral applications fees

“Cambridge SU believes that studying at Cambridge should be an opportunity based on academic merit, not financial status.”

Review: Partition

This tale of two unlikely correspondents appeals to more than just the heart and the senses

Pink Week 2022: Celebrations all across Cambridge

Look out for Pink Week events at your college – or maybe even a friend’s – because Pink Week’s going uni-wide

A guide to the Nationality and Borders Bill (ft. Cambridge SU)

“The general public needs to stand up and show them we won’t be blindsided”

Cambridge University ranked 82nd in UK for environmental and ethical performance

The 2021 People & Planet University League placed Oxford, LSE, and Anglia Ruskin higher than Cambridge

Cambridge’s ADC Theatre publishes new guidance to discourage ‘a culture of overcommitment’

The UK’s oldest university theatre “can no longer ignore these increasingly adverse effects”

We asked Cambridge students about their peeing habits

Guess just how far Cambridge students are willing to go to save water

Cambridge’s ‘next-gen’ Covid-19 vaccine begins clinical trials

The needle-free vaccine has been described as ‘potentially game-changing’

Trinity Hall launches virtual tour for Cambridge applicants

It is the first Cambridge college to make available a 3D virtual tour

Best things to do in Cambridge over the winter break

Here’s a list of things to keep you entertained if you’re staying in Cambridge over the winter break

How Cambridge celebrated International Trans Day of Remembrance

Spoiler alert – it wasn’t all good

Five things you need to do before the end of Michaelmas term

The list to help you get through that last essay!

£800k Oxbridge collaboration announced to remove ‘barriers to postgraduate education’

The funding will go towards improving the admission of students from underrepresented minority ethnic backgrounds

Cambridge better than Oxford in terms of climate impact

On average, Cambridge colleges scored higher when ranked in terms of their efforts to minimize their impact on the climate

Cambridge Vice-Chancellor describes ‘disruption’ of UCU strikes’ as ‘unfair’

The Cambridge UCU Branch president commented that they are ‘disappointed’ by the University’s response

Trip to the Gyp: the “I-can’t-cook” edition

Eating out thrice a day is pricey. If you (like me) can’t cook, here are some easy recipes you could try.

Cambridge study faces continued backlash from autistic community

Spectrum 10K has been consistently criticised since its announcement in August.

Lucy Cavendish Student Union suggests plans to host a male-only formal

Lucy Cavendish College has intriguing plans for its first intake of male students

Opinion: current COVID regulations discriminate against internationals

You’re not ‘fully vaccinated’ if you received your vaccination outside the UK