Felix Armstrong

Felix Armstrong
Cambridge University


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Cambridge academics vote to delay action on fossil fuel ties

Regent House has approved the Council’s recommendation to delay decisions on fossil fuel-funded research

Jeremy Vine: Being ‘the state broadcaster, the government wrongly feels it owns you’

Speaking to The Tab, the presenter discussed his experience at the BBC and his passion for open, democratic debate

UCU adds new March strike date amid continuing negotiations

New March 15th strike date announced in order to apply ‘maximum amount of pressure’ on university employers

SU Election results: Fergus Kirman and Vareesh Pratap are voted Presidents

New Undergraduate President promises students ‘change is coming’ in the SU

Cambridge student becomes first female engineer to join Extreme E racing series under Hamilton Commission initiative

Amanda Kangai will join Veloce Racing in the Extreme E off-road racing series as a Junior Engineer

Cambridge UCU Branch Secretary: pay negotiations at an ‘impasse’; pensions and pay gaps ‘in a good position’

The Tab spoke to Tom Hobson about the UCU’s paused strikes and negotiations

Students protest closed-door meeting on fossil fuel-funded research

‘That they literally bolted the door on students shows they are scared of what students and academics actually think’

Cambridge climate protestor found guilty of trespass for Schlumberger blockade

‘I find arrest really stressful and difficult but I try to remember that what we’re doing is part of a much bigger resistance around the world’

The case for student climate activism

‘Campaigning is the antidote to fear and despair, putting hope and agency in their place’

Cambridge ranks 84th in sustainability table

‘There are successes here […] but those are undermined by a lack of action by the university itself’

John Bercow: ‘The Conservative Party has run out of steam’

The Tab sat down with the former speaker of the House of Commons to discuss personality in Parliament, party politics, and the public’s changing mood

Cambridge protestors march in favour of blocked gender recognition bill

‘People don’t just fill the streets and march through their city on a whim. There is genuine outrage and hurt by this decision and it’s important decision-makers see this’

Cambridge UCU strikes: A timeline of day one

Tom Hobson, a strike organiser: ‘We’d prefer not to be here, but we simply have to, there’s no other choice.’

‘Britain brought a lot of good to the world’: Union reparations debate sparks controversy

‘It’s one thing to defend free speech and another thing to provide a platform for people who simply want to rewrite history’

Cambridge NUS Delegate elections: Who’s who?

What you need to know about each of the students running to be an NUS Delegate, in their own words.

Cambridge LGBT+ campaign slams ‘criticising gender identity’ talk at Caius College

Everything you need to know about the controversial talk, hosting journalist Helen Joyce

Cambridge University’s BP Institute officially renamed

The university’s research facility is now named ‘The Institute for Energy and Environmental Flows’

Fossil Free Research grace not authorised by Cambridge University Council

Professor Jason Scott-Warren said the decision was “deeply predictable”

XR Youth Cambridge protest Cambridge University’s partnership with Schlumberger

Demonstrators gathered outside the Senate House on Sunday in an ‘Alice in Schlumberland’ themed demonstration