The latest admissions statistics reveal plenty of issues to address, but BME outreach should not be at the top of the list
Middle aged mums are popping pills with cheese, is it worth the hype?
The attack on drinking societies has escalated, but in the process it has gone off course.
In short, it’s shit
Michael Gove and Liz Kendall show how intolerant we’ve become
CICCU’s unholy trinity: intolerance, judgement, and exploitation.
In an university with so many ‘clever’ people, I was shocked at how uneducated others were
My mistake should be a sign of strength
Can’t be bothered to learn the history of a country? Assume they’re all the same and yell ‘offensive’ whenever things get a little international.
It took a stranger on the end of the phone to keep me alive: why Cambridge needs to do more about mental health.
An anonymous female compsci gives us the low-down on stereotypes, social butterflies and well-meaning supervisors.
Some names have been changed in order to protect the anonymity of the persons involved.
One recovering alcoholic’s message to everyone lost at the bottom of a bottle.
We check back in with our recovering student addict
After this term’s consent workshops, an anonymous rape survivor speaks out
Tom Fraser, Footlights President: BNOC, Liam Neeson, David Attenborough, God, or none of the above? You decide.
Rape as an issue is often discussed, but what isn’t, is what to do if it happens to you.
Last week was blackmail and cancelled garden parties, this week is megalomania and mice.
There’s more to this hostage-situation play than meets the eye writes SAM RABY
LOUIS SHANKAR applauds a show ‘fully aware of its own ludicrousness’
REBEKAH-MIRON CLAYTON was not impressed with this piece of physical theatre
CHLOE COLEMAN and TIM SQUIRRELL enlist the help of Google Translate to make sense of Found In Translation.
A deer trapped on Corpus Christi property is put down by the RSPCA.
LARA FERRIS and MAGGIE BRIDGE very much enjoyed their soirée with Grey Matters.
More than 50 senior Cambridge academics have called for a more ‘inclusive’ selection process for senior research positions.
Over here at Soton Tab HQ we’ve been attempting to go through the SUSU election manifestos so we can write about them with a bit of authority and prepare some obnoxious questions for the candidate debates.
“Ultimate sanction” could halt exam marking and prevent students from graduating
Cambridge city council have rejected a bid for the erection of a 13 foot statue of a university don.
Engling by name and actor by nature, ROBBIE AIRD sits in on a NatSci supervision and lives to tell the tale
New Culture Columnist HELEN SIMMONS shares her experiences of life after Cambridge – and how dream jobs are worth waiting for.
Oliver JAMES reviews an intense but mildly confusing adaptation of the classic Greek tragedy.
RACHEL HUNTER argues that the battle for academic equality is far from won.
DR DICK is the Tab’s new advice columnist. This week he deals with a girl in a long-term relationship considering infidelity.
Teaching has become the most popular career choice for Oxbridge-leavers. So much for the popular expression reports KATE MORRISON-BETTS.
LOUIS SHANKAR reviews three extraordinary monologues playing this week at the Corpus Playroom.
Notes on A Scandal: IMOGEN PHILLIPS reviews a night of madness, music and muggles.
Eat, drink and pee merry; a “disorderly” boy was discovered in Murray Edwards having urinated in a jug overnight.