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BETH SWORDS is over-awed by the intricacy of Sidney Sussex May Ball.
BETH SWORDS says stop your feeble-minded moaning and grow a pair. Be inspired.
BETH SWORDS asks are you crying in the right place and in the right way? You are now.
The Blues Football Squad show they have more than just sporting prowess to their names ahead of the Varsity Match this Sunday. Meet the team.
BETH SWORDS previews the Women’s Boat Race in the last crew-cial hours before the big day on Sunday.
We reveal the secret to genuine and wholesome happiness
Petty criminality within the Pembroke History Society see harsh repercussions for the historians.
BETH SWORDS makes your life easier with five personas you can assume on a date.
BETH SWORDS hates Valentine’s Day and thinks that we should celebrate Canned Food instead.
BETH SWORDS gives advice on the most romantic ways to propose in Cambridge.
Starting a new university is hard, especially for a prince. BETH SWORDS provides Prince William with his own bespoke Guide to Cambridge.
Over the holiday, BETH SWORDS became one with nature. Let her enlighten you, the average city-dweller, on how to deal with ‘The Great Outdoors.’
Finding it difficult to do anything other than eat and gaze pensively this vacation? BETH SWORDS shows us how to banish over-indulgence and underwhelming revelations.
BETH SWORDS talks to Amrou Al-Kadhi (aka Glamrou), the founder of Denim, about their new endeavours post-university and the sadomasochism behind sequins.
BETH SWORDS speaks to Rhodes, who supported Nick Mulvey at the Emmanuel United Reform Church on Friday.
BETH SWORDS speaks to Melvyn Bragg about class, the fear of ageing and his hair care routine.
BETH SWORDS and JOSEPH SPENCER talk to Owen Jones about the abolition of Oxbridge, automatic enrolment for the underprivileged and his relationship with the Cambridge Union.
BETH SWORDS talks to George The Poet about the duty to educate, Batman and Kate Middleton.
BETH SWORDS talks to the Tim Hayward, the owner of Fitzbillies, about very sticky buns.
BETH SWORDS talks to Cambridge Creatives about bringing direction to the world of Cambridge art and their analogous relation to soft drugs.
BETH SWORDS talks to Lizzie Armitstead about the demands expected of her outside of sport, after her silver medal at the London Olympic Games.
BETH SWORDS talks to the Pembroke student, Jonnie Penn, who also has a New York Times bestseller.
BETH SWORDS and EMILIE DELACAVE chat to Lisa Kudrow after a special appearance at the Union.
BETH SWORDS talks to Hasan from Gardies on the social role of McDonald’s, the anticlimax of life and his hatred of meat. It’s very profound.