Inika Murkumbi

Inika Murkumbi
Cambridge University


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First full C-Sunday since 2019 goes off with a bang

The Tab heads to Jesus Green for one last pre-exam party

Where to find budget-friendly May Ball dresses in Cambridge

We walked to the Grafton centre so you don’t have to

Why Cambridge supervisors are on the picket lines

The lived experiences behind the strikes

Nine Cambridge extracurriculars that will become your entire personality

Whether you’re on the JCR, a member of the Cambridge Union or love the ADC this article is for you

Non-EU internationals make up 48 per cent of Cambridge University’s tuition income

Students hold strong opinions on disproportionate fees

Strikers organise ‘teach-outs’ at picket lines

Topics covered included labour history, indigenous resistance, and coloniality

Cambridge University re-institutes face-coverings in all indoor shared spaces

This announcement is in light of the Omicron variant

Hughes Hall student launches petition against spiking

The petition is responding to a spiking incident at a college bop

Bouncing back: Make a difference with these social impact initiatives

Bust out of the Cambridge bubble in new and exciting ways

Bouncing back– Get creative with these arts societies!

No more zoom rehearsals!

Bouncing Back – Ten Cambridge sport societies post-Covid

Online pole dancing, flying, karate, and a mysterious game from continental Europe…

University of Cambridge ranks fifth in The Times World University Rankings

O*ford ranked first for the sixth year in a row

Bouncing Back – meet some of Cambridge’s cultural societies post-Covid

Bollywood club nights, food tastings, Wafflemas, and more…

Meet Cambridge University’s Taylor Swift Appreciation Society

At 425 members the society is one of the University’s most popular societies.

Meet Ella Honey, the first-year Geographer from Girton who swam across the Channel

The Cambridge team completed the Varsity Channel Relay in 9h 58m, taking only slightly more time than a walk from Girton to King’s Parade

QUIZ: Answer these Easter term questions and we’ll tell you what exam format you are

The quiz we need in these troubled times…

Cambridge Survivors: Uniting those who have experienced sexual misconduct

We spoke to the anonymous admins of Cambridge Survivors, an organisation running pages on Facebook and Instagram dedicated to allowing survivors to share their experiences

‘Allyship is a verb’: We spoke to trans students about how to make Cambridge more trans-inclusive

The trans experience doesn’t have to be uncomfortable or stressful – we can all play a role in making Cambridge a more welcoming environment

Love in the time of Covid-19: 11 college marriage proposals to brighten up your day

We asked freshers to share their proposal stories

The seven stages of pain every Cambridge student experiences in their supervisions

You’ve heard of the 5 stages of grief, now get ready for the 7 stages of a zoom supo…

Everything Cambridge students need to normalise during online Lent term

How else are we going to survive a third lockdown?

Overseas, high fees, and a lack of guarantees: We spoke to international students about online term

‘Most of us do not have the privilege of casually catching a train home’