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ELLIE PITHERS: “Hogwarts is just a glorified version of the Eton School of Twatcraft and Snobbery.”
Milk the Freshers’ Fair for all its worth, with The Tab’s guide to the freebies you should be bagging.
Would you pay £3,000 for 2 weeks of unpaid work experience? Working for free has suddenly got alot more expensive, says ELLIE PITHERS.
Deputy Editor ELLIE PITHERS investigates why girls at Cambridge should try to “write like a boy”.
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ELLIE PITHERS: ‘The Emmanuel Committee succeeded in creating a Ball atmosphere with an Event’s budget.’
All you’ve got left is shit chat, but it’s not hard to get tongues wagging with a bit of crap and a pug. ELLIE PITHERS scrapes the barrel of conversation fodder.
It’s death-defying, it’s illegal, and it’s happening at a college near you. ELLIE PITHERS meets a Night Climber.
The definitive guide to Garden Parties in May Week 2010.
With the onset of Week 5 self-loathing, ELLIE PITHERS attacks the Petite Girl.
ELLIE PITHERS on the friends you want to live with and those to avoid like the out-of-date milk they left in the fridge.
Shaving off your eyebrows is being touted as the budget route to a hot new look in 2010 by American Vogue, but ELLIE PITHERS refuses to be brow beaten.
ELLIE PITHERS: Now Muslim girls can play with a Barbie which â€œrepresents themâ€ â€“ but what about the lesbians, the crack whores, the binge-drinkers?
Forget Buck House, the X Factor’s north-west London studios saw the nation’s real queen on show. ELLIE PITHERS tries to work out why.
Ellie Pithers: Had a bad day? Join the club.