Beyonce & Jay Z
After several disastrous forays into the music business (selling a measly 127,500,000 albums between them), Jay Z and Beyonce sold out and moved into the more lucrative market of online free student tabloid journalism. Here they have had the opportunity to unleash their creative talents compared to their prior stifled and unappreciated lives. They regularly ring to thank The Tab Imperial founder Matt Alinson for handing them this final chance at global success, but he is modest enough to admit that their new found fame was down to them and their talent, and he is just happy to know they are happy now. It truly is an inspiring story of one incredibly attractive couple, suffering through modelling contracts, self owned music labels, clothing ranges, personalized perfumes, tech companies, multi-platinum albums, basketball team ownership, running a critically acclaimed club, music awards awards and having the most shakable ass the world could ever conceive, finally making it by getting a couple of stories on Imperials second student news source.

Inspirational quotes by Tom Wheeler

Poet, Philosopher, and Presidential Candidate

OkCupid & Me

One of our lonely feature writers got an OkCupid profile

Revising in the library Part II

The .gifs strike back

Revising in the library Part II

The .gifs strike back

Revising in the library

Now in gif form

Revising in the library

Now in gif form

Nazi Sadistic Barbarian Torturers

and other things the internet think we are

Website Of The Week: Japanese Girls Licking Doorknobs

Does exactly what it says on the tin, without really saying why.

Students devastated to find hundreds of notifications are actually for elections stuff

Vote for Me groups and events blanket everyone’s facebook.

Top5: Imperial’s New Halls

Following today’s announcement that Imperial are building news halls in North Acton, The Tab make a list of the Top 5 things to do there.

The 5 Worst Places to cry on Campus

Places not featured: into Robert Winston’s moustache, the Felix Centrefold and on the top balcony of Queens Tower.

The 5 Best Places to Cry on Campus