Jinping hadn’t made it to Loop the night before
We’re not being taught very well
You should apply
They ‘hoovered’ the rooms and left
Over four hundred UCL chiefs are on six figure salaries
The university earlier announced two reported cases of the disease
The Metropolitan Police have been informed
The aim of self-style ‘Messianic Jews’ is converting Jews to Christianity
They won’t be handling the proceeds of your chai latte anymore
Moneybags Michael Arthur has already earned a UCL cleaner’s salary this year
£205-a-week digs have joined the 21st century
And we’re 14th internationally too
The brand new Stratford campus will cost £141 million
Thousands of new students gain access to buckling Bloomsbury campus
Our union isn’t a business
The guest list is terrifying
Douglas Carswell spoke yards away from protesters denouncing ‘racist UKIP’
Russell Brand may be on board too
They’re offering Max Rayne and Ifor Evans freshers a “goodwill” gesture instead…
Pro-Palestine activists disrupt talk with Israeli Ambassador Daniel Taub despite security operation involving Metropolitan Police and Israeli Embassy
Residents of Ifor Evans and Max Rayne must travel 2 miles for the luxury of warm water
Damning letter levels sensational criticism at Ifor Evans and Max Rayne halls
Halloween nightmare as server outage hits all students
You can pay for the study pod and subsidise their degree – but keep out of their way
Union hacks think UCL is fleecing you
Residents receive a terrifying warning from halls
A silver saloon car speeds away as black cab smashes into UCL Medical School
The society says sorry two weeks after union delivers verdict
Union’s first major meeting fails to attract even 0.5% of students
‘You’re delivering babies, watching refugees on one side and dead men wheeled into the morgue on the other’
They were accused of racist bullying, Islamophobia and anti-Semitism.
Shadow International Development Secretary urges uni to act on forced labour and human rights abuses on Gulf campus
Embarrassment for UCL as university drops out of elite top ten across the UK.
Undergrads snog for Tabloid
Gabriel Pogrund talks to the president of UCL’s unofficial Ukrainian society
On average, us students have lost a whopping twenty-five quid each to late book fees
Gabriel Pogrund walks you through the important bits of this year’s elections
Intentional fire set in UCL Halls
UCLU Council takes the heat after refusing to provide part-time funding for LGBT officers
On campus, fears grow about the fate of the Garage Theatre
George Galloway’s appearance at UCLU Debate Soc ended in students being forcibly removed from site
We tried that trendy new café in Shoreditch
If a Harrods Christmas is a bit out of your reach, Gabriel Pogrund has got your budget-friendly Christmas all wrapped up.
UCL risks getting its fingers burnt in Qatar as it follows the Emir’s chequebook and sets up camp in Doha.
Gabriel Pogrund laments our collective apathy
Mr. Shine badgered late night junk food eaters about the dangers of capitalism
The Tab reviews the latest production from UCL’s Drama Society, a chilling performance of Woyzeck in the Garage Theatre
Gabriel Pogrund looks into how the app is affecting our campus.
Gabriel Pogrund visits the anti-abortion campaigners preying upon Ramsay Hall students and passers by outside the Marie Stopes Centre on Whitfield Street.