Iimaan Ismail, a Cambridge graduate and ex-Tab writer, has not been heard of since being released from Manchester police custody following allegations of ‘wilful ignorance’
Threats made against students and the University’s Archaeology Department
CLAUDIA LEONG thoroughly enjoyed her evening at Caius, which seemed to end all too soon.
Animal rights campaigner Lee Culley has pledged to protect birds from harm during the upcoming May Bumps.
A car collision destroyed Newnham College gardener Jason Causton’s beloved garden on Wednesday afternoon.
Compare yourself to national stats! (Surprise surprise, Oxonians are pretty average.)
English Faculty librarian David Rushmer is fighting to be reunited with his wife.
Magdalene’s infamous drinking society, the Wyverns, are under police investigation for allegedly chanting about rape in Oxford city centre.
Caesarian Sunday: the usual mishmash of debauchery, picnicking and depravity.
Ooh porter! College authorities at Jesus are busting students who don’t sign in their hook-ups
Our good ol’ student union just can’t seem to get a break.
Phin Adams has been nominated for a 2014 Radio Academy Award, the industry’s highest accolade.
TWENTY THOUSAND pounds to go: student society Cambridge Development Initiative have one month left to raise a total of £25 000
It’s lnternational Women’s Day today, but Murray Edwards alumnae are still finding their careers held back by sexism.
The Tab’s 2014 May Ball coverage is officially kicking off as we reveal Tit Hall’s June Event main act
Regent House narrowly pass a controversial £3.63 million professorship set up in Stephen Hawking’s name.
Trinity race to buy up Dunsfold Park, production site of BBC Two show Top Gear
Cambridge University Student Union inadvertently help publicise a trip to “the porn capital of Europe”
Urine the wrong place! Google erroneously call King’s Lane ‘Piss Alley’ on Google Maps.
Heartwarming scenes of heroism as St John’s College staff rescue a baby otter
Cambridge alumni band Clean Bandit sweep the UK charts, selling over 163 000 singles over the past week.
A bedder has been convicted of stealing money from student rooms in Wolfson.
Major UK animal campaigns group Animal Aid criticise sheep vivisection at the Department of Physiology
A marriage proposal to “Andy” is on public display near the Sidgwick Site.
From injections to erections, a drug-dealer on probation tosses away his freedom.
Read on to find out which notorious figures will be addressing Cambridge this term..
Cambridge may be a hotbed for celebrity academics, but one mature student takes her obsession too far
They might have been bingeing but today they’ll be cringing– Cambridge students spark complaints from Addenbrooke’s A&E. CLAUDIA LEONG has the inside track.
Cambridge Zoology professor Tim Clutton-Brock supports regulations on killing deer calves during the Scottish deer cull season.
The Cambridgeshire Police have been caught trying to recruit an activist to go undercover and spy on Cambridge student politics.
Lectures may well end a day early this term, as uni staff plan further industrial action
Sh*tstorm at Sidney Sussex: Director of Studies Michael Ramage assaulted as he poo-tled along cycle path
£1500 are at stake for Cambridge’s varsity Cheerleading squad, the Cambridge Cougars, and Engineers Without Borders, a humanitarian organisation, help them win it!
Apparently music performances aren’t the only punt sessions taking place on the Cam. CLAUDIA LEONG reports.
For the first time ever, lobster will be featured on the regular formal and buttery menus at St John’s. CLAUDIA LEONG reports.
In a desperate bid to cover a housing shortage, Anglia Ruskin University has moved freshers into a Travelodge.
A night out at Mai Thai Restaurant for new college families ended on a sour note after one of their group was subjected to racial abuse from a member of a separate Cambridge college football team.
The Zoology Museum’s famous whale is swimming away for the next three years.
A group of travellers have made Cambridge’s most ambitious development project their latest home.
The former Manager of Life and Cindies took his employers for a ride, stealing to pay off parking fees.
Cambridge crews have been accused of murdering ducklings at the ongoing May Bumps.
CLAUDIA LEONG sits down with the legendary When in Cambridge to talk gifs, exams and what makes Cantabs tick!
A CamFM presenter is leaving 1000 ‘lucky pennies’ around Cambridge this term…and they’re all for you.
Findings from a recent NUS survey suggest that 20% of students suffer from mental health problems.
Animal rights group PETA has voiced strong concerns over CUSU’s upcoming bunny bonanza.
Jelly is set to be flavour of the month as the counter-petition calling for jelly wrestling to be reinstated hits the big 1000.
The Queen and Prince Phillip will be making their first official visit to Cambridge in over two years.
CLAUDIA LEONG speaks to Emma Riordan, co-founder of the “Overheard in Cambridge” Facebook group.
Serious argy bhaji at Curry King as students and alumni fight in mass brawl.
Singer, music producer and Cantab Niyi discusses Russian audiences, fashion and the Cambridge music scene with CLAUDIA LEONG.
CLAUDIA LEONG discusses Iranian clerics, culture and kitchens with Azadeh Moaveni.
CLAUDIA LEONG interviews the insensitive ‘Sensitive Scholar’, whose witty Tab comments are as ubiquitous as bicycles in Cambridge, or Middle Eastern dictators.
CLAUDIA LEONG writes for the Tab, and is ostracised for it.
CLAUDIA LEONG has created a handy-dandy guide for the single Cambridge girl on
RAG Blind Date. Just don’t expect it to work.
Bored of the UL, CLAUDIA LEONG takes a walk on the wild side and visits some of Cambridge’s looniest libraries.
CLAUDIA LEONG takes some strangers into her room for the night all in the name of the Cambridge Union.
CLAUDIA LEONG gives her top tips for evading the ever-watchful eyes of college porters…
CLAUDIA LEONG battles all odds and tries out some alternative ways of baking in college.