‘I’m always the only black Muslim woman’
Eastern European students predict that the loss of EU home fee status means the end for Cambridge applications from the region
The way in which colleges handled the accommodation situation during the pandemic shed a light on the underlying inequalities in Cambridge
Education cannot be online-only
New route options still exclude Homerton and Wolfson students
The best TV shows and films shot in Cambridge
Seven tips for staying green in quarantine
“There is a deeper purpose behind us being in lockdown during Ramadan at home”
The #speakout movement fights against xenophobia in Cambridge.
‘How can I be a better ally to you?’
“Would the lady in the second row please kindly remove that dachshund?”
“Two horses instantly die in head-on collision for drunk-driving advert”
“Are you the melon who impregnated Jeffrey?”
A play is not a supervision essay
Fear and Loathing in Queen’s Fitzpatrick
An open manual about what ’gender’ and ’social construction’
Josh Harmon’s Bad Jews is like forcing the whole Lord of the Rings into a tiny suffocating room.
We don’t need a play which demeans a woman’s place in the world of work.
I have never seen such a standing ovation in a theatre in Cambridge before.
A night well spent locked in the staff room at the Corpus Playroom.
This play takes on a tall order: fleshing out the landscape of the fens.
2016, Brexit, Trump: hot topics and catchy themes?