Daisy Everingham
Editor of The Cambridge Tab

Why The Tab isn’t trash journalism

The musings of a departing Tab Editor

Post-election frustration: students go to social media over contentious Education Officer result

Who knew CUSU elections could cause so much beef?

The Tab talks to Bonnie Wright

Being Ginny Weasley, sustainability and feature films on the horizon

Cambridge to give disadvantaged students a second chance

Yes, you read that right

Divestment, puns and bullshit detectors: CUSU Hustings 2019

We went so you didn’t have to

CUSU elections 2019: Meet the candidates

Every role is contested this year

Cantabs are the third luckiest when it comes to parent’s financial help

Durham and Exeter come out on top

LGBT Love Art After Dark: disorganised and disappointing

One companion of mine went as far as to call it ‘exploitative’

Most of the public think Oxbridge don’t do enough for access

I mean, can you blame them

University say blue lights were installed by ‘mistake’

We were informed via a statement from Cambridge’s MP

University has installed anti-rough sleeping lights across some of its locations

A source told The Tab that it was an act of ‘social violence’

Students march through Cambridge to protest ‘corrupt’ university action on Divestment

People were chanting ‘this is what democracy looks like’

Medward’s students call boycott of second year meetings with President

The boycott has been called for by the ‘Murray Edwards Student Collective’

Why you Should Care about being Bribed to do the NSS Survey with Hot Drinks

It’s not quite worth a uni cafe filter coffee.

Coming Up at the Union Lent 2019

Definitely some you won’t want to miss

New Colleges for disadvantaged students are not the way forward

It borders on patronising

The Tab News Round Up 2018

Remember when a VetMed van was robbed for ket?

Academic community fights appointment of ‘racist’ fellow at St Edmund’s

His studies in ‘social science’ aren’t morally sound

Mixed bag for Cambridge at Rugby Varsity

Women smashed it but the men not so much

An Open Letter to an Interviewee

Take this all in your stride