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In a spate of freak accidents, the door to Newnham’s Plodge is causing injuries and all-round chaos.
A rather rude pumpkin is demanding squatters’ rights from Downing’s Master
The scrapping of AS level exams from 2015 may have brought resounding relief throughout the country, but not in the Cambridge Admissions office.
Cambridge MP Julian Huppert has signed our rapidly growing petition for better park lighting whilst MOD sends Libyan soldiers packing
Police have arrested three Libyan soldiers, who were training at a nearby barracks, after Cambridge’s recent spate of sex attacks
National Operation Anti-Vivisection who recently made veiled threats against Cantabs, have stepped up their campaign to end vivisection
Police are searching for a group of three men who sexually assaulted a young man in his 20’s on Christ’s Pieces yesterday
The Israeli ambassador to the UK, Daniel Taub, visited the Union last night to speak about his perspective on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict
Kitchen theft is tearing through Cambridge, with Johns being the latest college to be struck!
Freshers, don’t be fooled by the sweet charms of touts – punt companies are often violent, abusive and in fierce competition with each other
Ed Byrne, Roy Hodgson, Alan Ward, and Laura Bates all grace the Chamber this Michaelmas. Oh, and they’ve even bagged the cast of Geordie Shore
Newnham’s head gardener has pledged to wear lipstick and nail polish to work if he raises enough money for charity.
Thank your lucky stars term has ended as colleges are now infested with creepy critters.
WARNING: GRAPHIC PICTURES
Cambridge has been involved in a series of controversial university experiments on kittens, in an attempt to better understand the human body.
Cambridge vice-chancellor Leszek Borysiewicz has passionately defended the importance of immigrant students.
A study has revealed Cambridge to have the highest number of billionaire alumni outside the US.
There were few smiley faces amongst English finalists asked to analyse a poem without any words.
Trinity College fellow and city council candidate, Dr Peter Sarris is under fire for calling a pensioner “gaga” on twitter.
ALEX DAVIS quizzes the founder of the popular tell him/her Facebook page, where users post anonymous confessions of love.
Two students have been threatened by a group of EDL supporters as they passed by their accommodation.
Wolfson’s June Event will be showcasing raw talent this year in the form of naked models.
Humiliation for CUSU as less than 7% bother to vote in referendum.
Dr Kate Stone has eaten solid food for the first time in four months.
Beard has this week launched a staunch defence of Cambridge dons, insisting “We’re not port-swigging freeloaders.”
Cambridge rowers will be confident ahead of this year’s Boat Race in pursuit of the BNY Mellon Boat Race, after weighing in at over 2kg more per man.
We expose a former Deputy Head Porter at Queens’ who is behind a blog recounting salacious tales of student sex and drug taking.
Starting in Michaelmas 2014, tutors will be offered extended training to help them prepare for their vital role supporting students.
London drug dealers are flocking to Cambridge to cash in on the high prices for heroin and crack cocaine.
Two teenagers have pleaded guilty to injuring three Cambridge students and three members of the public last November.
Giant mutant rats measuring up to 18 inches long have this week been terrifying residents across Cambridgeshire.
Our very own Prince Farming has arrived. ALEX DAVIS reports.
A Cambridge academic is this week ‘fighting for her life’ after being gored by a giant stag in the Scottish Highlands
A woman was attacked with a knife in Cambridge last week in a what is being called a ‘random’ attack
A glow-in-the-dark path has been built on Christ’s Pieces to improve cycling safety