Charlie Gladstone

The News Roundup Week 6: Catering, Clubbing, Catwalks: Catastrophes

This week people got very angry about food, and others threw drinks on people.

The News Roundup Week 5: Club Catastrophes, Cake Competitions and Cash Conflagration

As we enter into the worst time of the term, Cambridge students have shown they live in a fantasy world.

The News Roundup Week 4: Pink Week, Pembroke Pies and Petty Squabbles

Almost halfway through the term, the salt finally begins to pile up.

The News Roundup Week 3: Protests and Post-Truth Propaganda

You’ve stopped caring about things that happen in Cambridge by week 3, so let us summarise it for you.

The News Roundup Week 2: Contactless cards and College Cats

Welcome back to week 2 of the News Column, apparently so beloved that other student Journos are following suit.

The News Roundup Week 1: Spies, ‘spiracies and Signet Rings

Charlie Gladstone rounds up the weekly news.

Where did it all go wrong? The Tab’s Cambridge highlights of 2016

Time to pick through the burning bits of wreckage from a horrible year.

Tit Hall student burnt in fryer fire

It seems their chips were a bit overcooked.

Queens’ May Ball 2017 Theme Revealed

It’s something to do with travel.

Horsing Around: Pony rescued from the Cam

A story like this can really stirrup some emotions

Cambridge University Women’s Boat Club Excel at Team GB Trials

People who spend their lives rowing turn out to be pretty good at it

BREAKING: Emma PhD Student Killed in Iran

Negar Miralaei, a 4th year PhD student in Computer Science, was reportedly killed in an accident

Medwards student assaulted on Magdalene Bridge

The assault happened in the early hours of this morning.

Cambridge alumni clear up 2016 Nobel Prizes

Let’s keep pretending we’re as smart as these guys.

Alumni Antics

We know what they did this summer

University staff strike during Open Day

Members of the Cambridge division of UCU went on strike last Thursday in protest of increasing staff workloads and the gender pay gap at the university.

Cambridge students could face a rise in tuition fees in 2017

As it’s been a whole four years since the government last fucked us, it seemed about time.

Chief Rabbi slams vice-chancellors for ignoring the “vilification of Jewish students”

Chief Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis has criticised university vice-chancellors for ignoring issues of anti-Zionism and anti-Semitism on their campuses.

Prisoner outsmarts Cambridge postgrads

A convict stole the top spot in a criminology course from the confines of a high-security Prison.