Ella Sheddick

Ella Sheddick
Cambridge University


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Everyone’s Invited founder Soma Sara: ‘We are all victims’

Soma Sara, founder and CEO of Everyone’s Invited, spoke to The Tab about rape culture, radical empathy, and staying in control of the narrative

Articles we nearly wrote, and why we didn’t

In Memorium of the Mandapati/Sheddick Chief editorship

I let my college daughters dye my hair

Family bonding taken to a new level

Tab Tries: Sunday Roast at the Tipsy Vegan

Head down to the Tipsy Vegan for great vibes and delicious food

Why you should write more weird essays

Stem students… this one isn’t for you

How to survive Michaelmas novice rowing

Some tips to help you cope with the realisation that you’ve accidentally become a rower xoxo

A Cambridge term in Spotify playlists

A ready-made soundtrack for your term

What not to do in your first week

Romance, academics, friendships: tips to get you through week 1

10 reasons to join the Cambridge Tab

No experience required to join the most popular newspaper in town!

No formals, no alcohol, no speeches: Queens’ College announces mourning procedure

The college will be draped in black and all external events will be cancelled for the period of national mourning

We asked Cambridge students for Freshers’ advice

The students of Cambridge are here to offer their wisdom…

Meet the Cambridge student climbing a mountain blindfolded for charity

Ed Smith, a second year at St John’s, is going to attempt to climb a Thai mountain blindfolded to raise money for the RNIB

The Tab sits down with the Porters Log

‘You can make fun of union hacks without them confronting you’

Cambridge Student organises cabaret night in support of Ukraine

This one-off charity cabaret night is organised by a current Cambridge student and is raising money for three charities

An unofficial ranking of Mainsbury’s white wines

Providing you with beverage options just in time for exam term…

The Tab sits down with the youngest ever winner of the National Poetry Prize

‘Poetry is sort of an escape, it is an escape away from the constraints that we place on ourselves during our daily life, a space where you can be honest with yourself’

My week five blues in review

The blues hit so hard that this article only got written up in week 7

How to have the perfect Cambridge Palentine’s day

Because we’re all completely fine with being single…