Evie Selby

Senior Editor for Interviews

Evie Selby
Cambridge University

Student news, politics, interviews, History, University of Cambridge, student lifestyle, campus culture, campus news, student events

  • Evie is currently Section Editor for Interviews of The Tab Cambridge in which she leads a team of writers and edits their work, as well as producing her own articles for the site.
  • Evie mainly writes Interviews with celebrated figures who are visiting or situated in Cambridge. She is also particularly interested in news and political journalism.
  • In her free time, Evie enjoys playing sports at university. She also enjoys travelling and experiencing different cultures.


Evie joined The Tab Cambridge in 2023 as a student writer in her first year, and has since gone on to become a Section Editor for News and Interviews and is now the Senior Editor for Interviews.


Evie Selby is in her second year at the University of Cambridge where she is studying History. She is also undertaking an intermediate French course.


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Injured Cambridge students involved in ‘crush’ to board bus to accommodation on ski trip

Students were left in minus temperatures despite being guaranteed a seat

Martine Croxall: Trust, Impartiality and the BBC

A discussion with Martine Croxall about a career with the BBC and the issues of trust, impartiality and transparency in contemporary news

Suella Braverman: The rise and fall of the ex-CUCA Chairman

How did the former president of the Cambridge University Conservative Association rise through the Tory ranks to make Home Secretary, just to lose the position twice?

Tim Marshall: ‘The Future of Geography’

The Tab sat down with Tim Marshall to discuss his career in journalism, the world of foreign affairs and his new book ‘The Future of Geography’

Laurence Rickard: ‘Horrible Histories’, the world of comedy, and co-stars

The Tab sat down with comedy writer and actor Laurence Rickard, who is best known for his role on hit show ‘Horrible Histories’

This is exactly what King Charles was like when he was a Cambridge University student

He even took part in student theatre

‘Life was never the same again’: In conversation with Sir Bradley Wiggins on his cycling career and rise to fame

The Tab sat down with Sir Bradley Wiggins to discuss his career, success, and plans for the future

XR Cambridge occupies Sedgwick Museum, demanding end to the uni’s fossil fuel ties

‘The University should cut all its many links with Schlumberger as a matter of urgency’

Fawzia Koofi: ‘Our weapon is our tongue’

The Tab sat down with political activist Fawzia Koofi to discuss her experience of life in a politically turbulent Afghanistan and her work to improve educational rights for women under the Taliban