Amira Nandhla

Amira Nandhla
Cambridge University


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The Oxford-Cambridge Boat Race 2021 to be raced at Ely

Next year’s Boat Race will be moved from the Thames to the Great Ouse in Cambridgeshire due to safety concerns

Statue of slave trade investor may be removed from Old Schools

A new report lays bare the links between one of the university’s benefactors and the slave trade

Profiles in Prominence: The Tab talks to the Cambridge Union Women’s Officer Lara Brown

‘I’m not one to kiss and tell’

‘To be Asian is not to be anti-racist’: Why we need to address racism in Asian communities

“There is a distinct lack of solidarity”

Profiles in Prominence: The Tab talks to Islamic Soc President Qamil Pajaziti

‘I still know all the words to La Bamba, I hope you’re happy, Miss Silva’

Profiles in Prominence: The Tab talks to mega thesp Iona Rogan

Meet Iona Rogan, who has “auditioned for anything with a pulse”

Profiles in Prominence: The Tab talks to Speakers Officer-Elect, Joel Rosen

“My prepubescent flamboyance has not aged well.”

We met the Cambridge students involved in the world of sugar baby dating

‘Safety isn’t guaranteed’

Are Cambridge students more likely to be virgins? The dynamics of sex and politics explained

Joe Twyman spoke to Cambridge students about the links between political leaning and sex life

What happened when Jacob Rees-Mogg visited Cambridge

The event was organised by CUCA.

The Tab meets domestic abuse campaigners

1,958,000 people in the UK are affected every year

The Tab talks to Dr Alan Mendoza and Sir Malcolm Rifkind

Interviews with the speakers from the Cambridge Union’s debate on Western military intervention