Casually taking a break from Campus, Skins, Footlights, stand-up and satire, Ahir Shah tells us about his favourite stand-up, being officially called a ‘lad’ by a London newspaper, and why none of the Cambridge comedians would be good company on a desert island.
Cambridge’s newest punt will be named after its Duke and Duchess to commemorate their marriage last week.
Uni bigwigs have agreed investments in access with the Office for Fair Access in an attempt justify trebling fees.
Christ’s will reveal two new pieces of art by Tom de Freston for their altar in a special service on Easter Sunday.
The University has again failed to reach its state school admissions target, despite investing ‘significant time and resources in outreach activity.’
Plans to slash bursaries given to Cambridge students have been shelved thanks to CUSU’s campaign.
Julian Assange insists on a media blackout on his talk today.
The University announced this afternoon that it would be making a U-Turn on its plans to slash bursaries as part of budget cuts.
You’ve met Mr and Miss Cambridge, now The Tab brings you Cambridge’s Rich Lists by College and subject…
Julian Parmar has withdrawn as a candidate for the Union Presidency due to personal reasons, it was announced this morning.
Co-discoverer of DNA, Prof. James Watson, will face protests from students when he returns to Cambridge this week for his controversial views
GORDON PAL sees Cambridge seal victory at the death in Varsity swimming.
Tab Totty Brit is out to whip the competition into shape on Come Dine With Me tonight.
Police have made three arrests after protesters disrupted a Council meeting on budget cuts.
The cake shop praised by The Telegraph in 1995 for “its stickyissimus Chelsea bun” has shut, to be vandalised only days later.
Cambridge’s residents have been warned not to give money to the homeless by an ex-beggar.
Charlie Gilmour was arrested today, due to his involvement with last year’s protests.
Holiday providers Scott Dunn have decided to withdraw sponsorship of the Ski Trip after hearing what students got up to.
A report has recommended that Cambridge cut down on one-on-one supervisions and scrap underachieving MPhils in a bid to improve efficiency.
The occupation was not entirely peaceful and caused £50,000 worth of damage, according to the Vice-Chancellor.
UPDATE: Gilmour has been charged for violent disorder by police and is due in court on February 10.
Girton historian Charlie Gilmour was photographed using a Union Flag to climb the Cenotaph during yesterday’s protests.
The University’s statement on tuition fees is less clear than protesters had hoped.
After 11 days the occupation of the Old Schools’ Combination Room has come to an end. Find out what went on with The Tab’s full retrospective.
GORDON PAL asks of the best Wolfson Holwer yet, “More of the same next term, please.”
Nick Clegg has cancelled his talk at the Oxford Union amid accusations that he is too “chicken” to answer students over his stance on tuition fees.