Southampton exam results FAIL
Enough is enough. SUSU should lead by example and boycott the disgusting digestive biscuit!
Apparently Southampton is full of fashionistas…
Southampton society SIFE (Students In Free Enterprise) Southampton, has recently won a National Competition to represent UK students in a worldwide final.
Southampton University will charge £9,000 per year on tuition fees for future students coming to Southampton Uni.
The Tab has learned today that SUSU has gone bankrupt following a spending an alcohol binge by this year’s Sabbatical team.
This afternoon there was a huge crash on Burgess road, right next to the Co-op, barely 100 metres away from the main Highfield campus.
Since the vote last week, 126 angry people have signed a petition voicing how annoyed they are about the Student Leader decision.
“As I write this, I happen to be sitting on level 5 making my way through a sandwich and a coffee”
This message is regarding the article published recently about Moazzam Begg’s visit to Southampton by Mr. King.
At The Tab we’ve been very involved in the Elections and know most of the candidates, so we thought we’d make our predictions as to who might win.
At The Tab we’ve been looking around to try and find the best SUSU Elections campaign videos.
Broadlands road, next to Highfield Campus, was taped off due to a suspected murder.
Today is THE day – SUSU are voting on whether it should ban Nestle products from it’s shops and cafes.
Staff turning up to work at Jesters tonight have been told that they are “no longer allowed to serve four shots with mixer in a pint glass”.
The official list for SUSU elections candidates has been released. So just how correct were our rumours?
It’s not the Christians who are trying to ‘tell me about Jesus’ that annoy me. It is the ignorant non-Christians.
For the past few weeks, the Soton Tab have been running a survey to find out you think about your landlords.
We’re setting up editor positions for each section. If you enjoy writing and fancy getting more involved in editing stories, while having a fantastic time and heavily boosting the CV, this is for you.
Going into the SUSU Shop and complaining that they don’t sell Yorkies is like going into Topshop and yelling, “WHY DON’T YOU SELL PETROL?!”
Today Facebook feeds have been full of wonder at the new satirical news website, Wessex Mash, run by an anonymous blogger within SUSU.
Our beloved student club, Sobar, has been banned by local authorities from selling quadvods, the standard drink of choice in Sobar and Jesters.
Sean Parker: “We lived in farms, then we lived in cities, and now we’re gonna live on the internet!”
Winchester has been neglected over the years both by the University and the Union, and for many students this most recent decision marks the final straw.
It’s official – the Maths building has been voted the ugliest building on campus by you, our readers.
Live updates from the Government vote on tuition fees.
The NO team can attribute their success due to the fact that they convinced students that SUSU would lose £50k per year from being part of the NUS.
The University have just announced that it will be closed tomorrow on Friday 3rd December.
Southampton’s Biggest Snowball fight took place on the Common on December 2nd, 2010.
This discount card may be ‘icing on the cake’ compared to the more important issue of national representation, but it is certainly very nice.
The Soton Tab will be offering updates and opinions throughout the SUSU Referendum.
This week SUSU has received complaints accusing them of being biased towards the NUS in this referendum on their website.
A protest organised by left-wing groups who condoned the violence that took place at the last student protest have organised a nationwide day of action, ‘Day-X’.
More street lighting will mean more criminals will get caught and put behind bars where they belong.
The peaceful protest against higher tuition fees today turned to violence, with students breaking into Milibank Tower.
There has been speculation and worries over the years that the experiments conducted at Cern will create a black hole which will cause the earth to implode.
Luckily these proposals are not likely to affect students currently studying for a degree.