Genevieve Holl-Allen

Cambridge University students announce rent strike

Students are demanding a rent cut, guaranteed job security for staff and for all students to have the option to study remotely

How Cambridge is celebrating Transgender Awareness Week

Chapel services, Instagram accounts, Trans Inclusion guides and plenty of flags

Graham Virgo knows you all watch your lectures at 2x speed

And he’s not mad about it

Jesus College apologises for ‘evident distress’ caused by harassment reporting policy

An email sent out to Jesus students today indicated the college would be ‘reviewing the guidelines’

Interview: Graham Virgo on residency rules and going home for Christmas

Pro-Vice-Chancellor Graham Virgo on key issues surrounding this Michaelmas term in Cambridge

A second year Trinity College student has died

The College confirmed that the mathematician passed away on the 27th October

Eddie Hearn at the Union: Success, pressure, future boxing ambitions and his new book

We spoke to boxing promoter and frequently-memed sports giant, Eddie Hearn

Downing College in talks with Public Health representatives as COVID cases rise

An email sent to students said ‘Downing is currently attracting similar levels of concern’ as Homerton

Matriculation mayhem: How Cambridge Colleges handled matriculation during COVID

Did you get a proper matriculation dinner, a cold salad, or break free of tradition and head to Maccies?

‘Somalinimo’: Meet the Somali women of Cambridge University

The Cambridge Tab speaks to filmmakers Awa Farah and Alice Aedy about their latest documentary Somalinimo

Is Emmanuel College haunted? Student reports supernatural experience

As if 2020 couldn’t get any scarier

An expected 70 per cent of incoming Cambridge freshers will be from state schools

The number of undergraduates starting this year has increased by 10% from 2019’s cohort

Cambridge mistakenly tells postgrads their offers have been withdrawn

The emails were sent out as a result of an ‘error’ in their system

Trinity lawn-diggers return to scene on day of court hearing

On the first day of their court hearing, the ‘rebels’ returned to Trinity to give speeches and continue campaigning

Cambridge to offer grants to help freshers buy necessary tech for partly online term

Undergraduates could be eligible for £1000 under the new ‘Digital Gateway Grants’ scheme

Five activism accounts run by Cambridge students that you should follow right now

Make your timelines a more educational space

Jesus College under fire for accepting donations from Huawei

The college accepted hundreds of thousands of pounds from the Chinese tech giant as well as an agency part of the Chinese State Council

Historian and Former Honorary Fellow David Starkey apologises for slavery comments

‘I apologise unreservedly for the offence it caused’

David Starkey loses honorary fellowship from Fitzwilliam College over slavery comments

He claimed that slavery was not genocide because there were ‘so many damned blacks’

‘Leaving Cambridge initially didn’t feel real’: Graduates of 2020 on their last term

Swapping a graduation hood for a lockdown beard, and May Balls for socially-distanced BBQs

Caius College decides to remove commemorative window to Eugenicist alum

Caius students received an email today from the Master and Senior Tutor of the college

Breaking: Cambridge announces that it will reopen ‘to all students’ next academic year with term dates unchanged

An email sent out today outlined a seven-point plan on how the university will run in Michaelmas term

Apply now to join The Cambridge Tab’s team for Michaelmas 2020!

As if you haven’t already had your fill of news for this year

Students petition for window commemorating eugenicist to be removed from college hall

The petition surpassed 600 signatures in under a day

Good News Column, Week Six: Painting parties, blue buildings, and even MORE animals!

Here’s to brightening up your Week Six

Meet the Presidents: The Tab talks to Cambridge May Ball presidents who were not to be

The presidents talk of mourning May Balls, managing cancellations and the May Week Mega Event

We spoke to language students about the proposal of a virtual year abroad

‘A virtual year abroad is an oxymoron. It doesn’t exist’

Opinion: Housing Cambridge’s homeless in college rooms could help bridge gap between ‘Town and Gown’

This crisis is an opportunity for the University to make the town versus gown divide a thing of the past, saving face for the University and saving lives

Cambridge Colleges As…What they were like in 1984 (Part II)

The much-anticipated sequel: Single-sex college politics, the rumoured closure of Sidney Street Sains, and corporal punishment for a poor University Challenge performance…

Cambridge Colleges as…what they were like in 1984 (Part One)

Bed sharing policies, Boatie antics and badly-designed buildings (and a royal student): what was it like to be a student at your college 30 years ago?

Cambridge University finally ‘requires’ year abroad students to return home after international borders close

MML and AMES students on their year abroad were told on Friday