Eliane Thoma-Stemmet

Cambridge University’s response to Covid-19 shows a real lack of initiative and students deserve better

Why is the University waiting for our government to mandate changes before it acts?

Three arrests after Trinity College lawn is dug up by Extinction Rebellion

Four others are also being held on account of further acts of criminal damage on Tuesday, according to police

Dr Asiya Islam hands in open letter signed by 2,000 academics to Home Office

She asks that the Home Office’s decision to deny her indefinite leave to remain in the UK be reversed

Robinson College: Living Wage Campaign report released with damning results

Robinson is the college paying the least staff the Real Living Wage

Jason Scott-Warren: It was ‘morally right and politically necessary’ to take part in the Extinction Rebellion protests

The Gonville and Caius fellow was charged at the London Magistrates’ Court yesterday

The best songs 2019 gave us

Disclaimer: this is not a comprehensive list

Faces of Cambridge: Giving the homeless a voice – a series

Part 2: Lee, Big Issue regional representative and market vendor

Lord David Hannay GCMG and Edward Mortimer CMG on the Israel-Palestine conflict

How hopeless is the situation?

The Tab meets the UN Commissioner for Human Rights and former Chilean President

Michelle Bachelet was the first female President of Chile

The Tab talks to: SCOOP

Cambridge’s first student-run zero waste shop!

How to manage your mid-Cambridge crisis

Don’t fret

Farmers’ ‘outrage’ at Cambridge University’s beef and lamb ban

One told the university to ‘get its house in order and back local grass-fed livestock’

Jesus withdraws all direct investments in fossil fuel industries

A huge success for the college’s Environment Committee

Cambridge University spends more on academic prizes than its counselling service

A bit worrying

The Tab meets Professor Christabelle Sethna

On the realities of abortion around the world

The Tab meets Rose McGowan

‘I’m a 45 year old white woman from Hollywood, of course I’m going to be problematic.’ At the Cambridge Union.

The Tab talks to Dr Katherine Hayhoe

Where is the planet headed? Atmospheric scientist and leading climate activist Dr Hayhoe breaks it down

The Tab meets the creators of the Feeling Blue documentary

Cambridge grads Luke Naylor-Perrott and Jay Richardson on their new film exploring mental health at Cambridge university

The Tab meets Rodney Kelly

An interview with Rodney Kelly, leader of the campaign to repatriate the Gweagal spears to Australia

What’s on at the Union

Trust, it’s exciting