“It was a really stupid mistake but I suppose because I feel so safe in Cambridge I didn’t really expect to be roofied on a student night”
“There were no gas chambers in Auschwitz. There have been only mock-ups built by the Poles in the years after the war.” – David Irving
Three “charity boxes” were stolen.
Girton students have been seen celebrating in the streets.
55% of students want an easier opt-out system
For those of you who are riveted by the prospect of yet another referendum, here are all the juicy details/ rules for the upcoming battle over the class lists.
Night gathers, and now my watch begins.
Hydrogen chloride gas filled the lab.
The world of 1893 is a scary place.
A man described two bombs to the police whilst pretending to be Jack Bauer.
A break in of ENRON-ormous importance.
Apparently the UK government, BUCS, and now even Yik Yak should “be afraid” of NUS.
“On his face I saw the ills of the world”: Regeni family threatens to release pictures of his corpse if the Egyptian government fails to carry out a satisfactory investigation.
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Disgruntled Jesus alumnus disinherits college in order to protest the removal of the Benin bronze.
Campbell speaks of the “worst possible way to start a new life.”
Power, politics, and a barbecue in the car park.
37 arrests have been made by the Egyptian police force in connection with the killing of Giulio Regeni
Bus driver gets caught in one way street in London.
Egyptian authorities discovered the body of Giulio Regeni late on Wednesday evening
Giulio Regeni, a 28-year-old PhD student in politics from Girton, has vanished whilst conducting fieldwork in Cairo.
Taking re-cycling to the next level
Model UN kids psyched.
City Council in lightbulb moment
“Charismatic and incredibly bright” Homerton alumnus Unais Gomes fatally stabbed in the Peruvian jungle