Four Newnham alumni in total have just been made dames
Has the (not so) “secret” gay dining society at which fellows and old boys wine and dine male undergraduates finally been shunned by its long-standing host?
May Ball season has got off to a mad start
History will not be rewritten, says Oriel, finally bringing the massive “Rhodes Must Fall in Oxford” media phenomenon to something of a conclusion
Lord Grabiner, Clare’s Master, is helping a top British golf club evict its old members and charge a £100,000 fee to rejoin
Julian Assange was clearly hoping he would be questioned about the backdrop to his videolink, musing “I think members of this Union are going to both love and hate the answer”
The Marshall Society, perhaps taking the “Midas” theme a little too far at first, have now reduced the £85 ticket price
Not only did they dress the part, they actually started to re-enact it
Sir Malcolm Rifkind, former Foreign Secretary, joined in too – and the Oxford Union hasn’t even bothered trying to deny it
On Friday evening, the really lovely elderly widow of John Lennon came to the Cambridge Union and said lots of really lovely things
Jacob Lewis has defied the odds to win A*s across the board
OCR has given potential freshers nasty surprise
Of the four British “leaders” in Arctic research, three have recently died in quick succession
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Labour’s toxic combo of cuts in fees and government spending leaves Cambridge threatened
And it doesn’t stop there
We’re worse than Manchester
Thanks to the efforts of the University Information Services, you can now navigate Cambridge’s underground telecommunications infrastructure
A Cambridge Historian has become an unexpected German TV hit after his new history series attracted millions of viewers in the country.
Traditionally egalitarian King’s is cracking down hard on students who help friends by storing belongings in their rooms
Cambridge is set to see unmanned drones for the first time in its history. Be afraid.