Brian Geoffrey
MML

Tab Cribs – Marlowe’s old room

Tab Cribs move on to Corpus in search of somewhere it can really put its feet up.

Tab Cribs: Peterhouse Rivals

We’re back to Peterhouse for this week’s Tab Cribs with yet another panelled set claiming to be the real “Best Room In Cambridge”.

PILF of the Week – Alfie of The Copper Kettle

Although admittedly “miffed to be third”, notorious local PILF Alfie of The Copper Kettle is only too happy to let you have a gawp

Tab Cribs – Cambridge’s nicest room

Whilst some of us are living in converted fuse boxes just off Grange Road, WILL is only too happy to inhabit The Best Room In The World. Join BEN DALTON as he delves into how the other half live

PILF of the Week: Take 2

Following last week’s braxen specimen, PILF of the week brings you a punter of great integrity with a penchant for henladies and grapes

PILF of the week

Meet Louis of King’s Parade. The Tab’s first ever PILF of the Week

Tab Cribs: The King’s Parade Room-with-a-view

Kévin Cristin has hit the big time. He has a room, a view and a mini fridge. Join BEN DALTON for a snoop around his quarters

9 Best Freshers’ Week Bonding Films

Tired of talking this Freshers week? Think like a primary school English teacher and reach for the VHS…

Symptoms of the Fresh Grad

Think you might be a post-grad? Check yourself against these common symptoms for a quick and easy self-diagnosis.

Save your degree in 5 Grand Designs

Hope seemingly lost? Nowhere else to turn? Listen to Kevin McCloud, says BEN DALTON, for he has been there before…

End exams in three simple baths

Sick of spending more in Lush than you do in the buttery? Let BEN DALTON sink you down into a pool of homemade delights…

Reigen

BEN DALTON is left lusty by this whistle-stop tour of Tit Hall and human sexuality

The Lent 2014 Prophecy

Worried about returning to Cambridge? Don’t be. According to BEN DALTON this is the term where you become God.

New Year’s Resolutions

Been fat, lazy, rubbish and fat this year? So has THE TAB. Here’s how we will be better people in 2014…

5 Common Christmas Day Phobias

Christmas Day is a nailbiter for everyone, but particularly the Cantabrigian. BEN DALTON shows you’re not alone…

Review My Loo: The MML Department

Will the MML Factulty toilets live up to their high reputation? BEN DALTON and LEAF ARBUTHNOT feel the urge to investigate…

Tab Tries Dining With CowsDrinkMilk

BEN DALTON is hungry enough to call upon CowsDrinkMilk to make him Thai Green Curry. The results are delicious in more ways than one.

The Michaelmas Mary

Feeling a bit hungover this morning? In need of a change from that bi-weekly cherry VK?

Be Kind To Your MML This Michaelmas

The 4th year linguist has always been an enigma. BEN DALTON tells you how to crack the code…

Cambridge A-Z, Part 1

Coming up to Cambridge in 2013? Make sure you know what awaits you with our Freshers A – Z, Part 1

A Tab Guide To Celebrating The Royal Birth

The swallows have at last delivered! BEN DALTON on how to celebrate the arrival of the new Messiah…

Oblivion

Despite some impressive visuals, Tom Cruise’s latest attempts to save the world could use some dramatic polish, writes BEN DALTON.

10 Things I Miss About Cambridge

Overseas correspondent BEN DALTON explains how being on his year abroad isn’t all it’s cracked up to be.

A Most Miserable Valentine’s Day

He’s Back. BEN DALTON consoles Cambridge’s singletons this Valentine’s day.

Clare May Ball

BEN DALTON and MICHAEL FREEDMAN review Clare May Ball and its amazing smoked salmon.

Safe

BEN DALTON finds pure, unadulterated joy in Safe – but not because it was actually any good.

Before the Bubble Bursts: Part I

BEN DALTON and KATIE KIBBLER reckon there is more to do before you graduate than pass exams…

Titanic 3D

BEN DALTON has popcorn in his pants and he ain’t afraid to show it, show it, show it.

Confessions of the Sad, Lonely and Single

Whilst a herd of lovers flocked to Pizza Express this Tuesday past, an entirely different story was unravelling in many a lonely gyp room…

Tab Cribs: Corpus Christi

RUTH MARINER has always been an enigma. BEN DALTON and SEBASTIAN SALEK jump at the chance to step into her room, and into the unknown…

All I Want For Christmas Is Pubes: Part 2

As plummeting temperatures leave many a mister with a chilly willy, BEN DALTON explains how to fur up with style.

Tab Cribs: Murray Edwards

JESSICA O’DRISCOLL-BREEN tells us how coming last in the room ballot led her to domestic paradise and nocturnal flashers.

Tab Cribs: St John’s

DUNCAN MAUD tells BEN DALTON a tale of domestic bliss from his room at John’s. Just without a bidet.

Tab Cribs: St Catz

Tab Cribs is back, and this week we’re at St Catz. Chris Apperley, a 3rd year Historian, chats badgers, coffins and space hoppers from the comfort of his absolutely gigantic boudoir.

How To Pack

BEN DALTON splits packing into three easy steps: things that can be played with, things that can be talked about, and – believed by wisebodies nationwide to be most important – things that lead to food.

Freshers 2011: Cambridge A-Z, Part 3

You’re nearly there. Just one more part to go, and you’ll fit right in. Read Q-Z of The Tab’s Freshers’ Guide here.

Freshers 2011: Cambridge A-Z, Part 2

Things get messy in part two as we visit Kambar, Life and, of course, the Mahal.

Freshers 2011: Cambridge A-Z, Part 1

Scared by the confusing world of Cambridge? Let us show you the way. In Part 1, A-H.

Re-KINDLEd Literature

With Kindles and iPads keen on turning over a more shiny, silicon leaf, BEN DALTON argues that we should try and rekindle our old, papery flame.

Tab Tries: Staying Awake for 36 Hours

With most of Cambridge drowning in a mire of exams, revision and sheer panic, BEN DALTON sees if pulling an all-nighter is really worth it.

Rather Dame Than Damsel

BEN DALTON embraces old actresses and explains why it’s time to take down that Megan Fox poster and hang up Helen Mirren.

Bake Your Own Brain Food

BEN DALTON consults his grandma for her top recipes for tasty revision snacks.

Return of the Man-Bath

Can’t stand bathing? BEN DALTON dips a toe into the murky waters of horizontal hygiene.