JONNY SINGER is left disappointed by the Footlights’ latest offering, which is not quite up to scratch.
JONNY SINGER tells you how you can save lives by giving up 15 minutes of your time this afternoon.
Julian Assange’s talk may have been cancelled, but it has raised questions about CUSU’s role as representative of the student body.
In an email leaked to The Tab the CUSU Women’s Officer has called on supporters to force the Union to disinvite Julian Assange.
After an unlucky break in the first half Downing struggled to maintain their recent form, which Fitz capitalised upon leaving the champions to play catch up.
This Movember Tab Editor JONNY SINGER wants you to forget the tash and remember what’s important.
Tab Editor and self-confessed Bowling For Soup fanboy JONNY SINGER reports back on his childhood heroes.
The four men found guilty of stealing from the Fitz have been jailed.
Caius have scrapped a tribute to a famous scientist amid fears of student vandalism.
A new website is working with The Tab to provide better deals for students in Cambridge.
The boat race swimmer is in court today.
Library Whispers shuts down after cases of cyber-bullying.
Cam Conservators have been accused of attacking sitting ducks.
JONNY SINGER doesn’t speak ‘art’ and doesn’t want to learn.
Officers detain two men in relation to the Fitz robbery in London after Crimewatch appeal.
UPDATE: The Museum’s silent alarm system was not linked to the police.
Britain’s favourite musical comedian has pulled out of Caius May Ball.
There will be new Chinese Jade on display at the Fitz just weeks after the break-in.
A host of safe stars set to descend on Cambridge for exam term at the Union.
Cambridge’s vice-chancellor has hit back against Tory tax plans.
FOOTBALL: The better side were thrashed in a thrilling quarter-final battle between Churchill and Homerton.
Continued pigeon hole thefts at John’s have led to accusations of student stealing.
Rosalyn Old is officially fit. And officially CUSU president next year.
Girton have announced they’re taking Charlie back after his spell in the slammer.
Cambridge may be richer than Monaco, but it still doesn’t pay the living wage.
If you thought Fez was going to stay open, think again.
A Cantab is one of 7 brits barricaded in a ski chalet demanding in protest at not being paid.
King’s College aren’t giving peace a chance and have scrapped Amnesty’s termly cage protest for a “sponsored rowing event.”
Katie Price proves her popularity in getting some honest words off her enormous chest.
As the teams prepare and sponsorship forms get filled, The Tab looks ahead to this weekend’s Jailbreak.
Trinity Hall and Wolfson have been involved in an angry exchange after choosing THE SAME THEME for their June Events.
The first phase of the Sports Complex could be completed within 18 months after leaping the last administrative hurdle.
RUGBY: Blues make it two on the trot with an impressive defeat of Blackheath
JONNY SINGER enjoys a slick and varied Pembroke May Ball, with bags to do and no queues in sight.
JONNY SINGER is disappointed by a potentially-excellent musical which unfortunately couldn’t bring its long-game in outdoor conditions.
JONNY SINGER looks back at the final day of May Bumps, division by division, with the final analysis.
JONNY SINGER and HENRY CHARRINGTON analyse Day 3 and look ahead to the final day of May Bumps 2011.
JONNY SINGER and HENRY CHARRINGTON look back on Day 2 of the May Bumps.
Sports Editor JONNY SINGER gives a post-match report on the first five-star show of the term.
Cambridge MCCU were in superb form again on Day Three to complete a 10 wicket win against the county side.
Paul Best cracks 150 as Cambridge build a huge lead against County side Surrey.
Cambridge MCCU make a fantastic start against a weakened Surrey team which features the return of England’s star batsman.
Oxford won Varsity football 3-1 today, despite Cambridge’s valiant performance.
The Tab looks ahead to Friday’s big game, with Cambridge seeking to avenge last year’s penalty heartbreak.
TabSport sees a fantastic effort from Second Division Queens’ as they win Cuppers Football for the first time in their history.
The Tab catches up with one of England’s most successful ever Cricket captains.
Fitz edge past Pembroke while Queens’ thrash Churchill to set up a Cup-final clash.
JONNY SINGER struggles with his college allegiance to discover that competition signifies something more than simply winning and losing.
A late goal knocks Selwyn out, as Fitz move on to the Semi Finals of Cuppers.
Follow the Lent Bumps LIVE on The Tab from 2pm.
JONNY SINGER gives you everything you need to know for the upcoming glut of Varsity Matches.
One moment of quality is enough to beat Fitz, as Caius edge a turgid affair to beat the drop.
Sports Editor JONNY SINGER swaps fields for farces and finds no reason for regret.
Trinity, Downing, Homerton, Christ’s and Emma all crash out in the second round, as the wind plays havoc with Cuppers.
JONNY SINGER goes for a session with the Blues American football team, with disastrous consequences.
Trinity are one win from the title as they beat a dogged St Catz side.
JONNY SINGER talks to THOMAS PIACHAUD about American football, the Cambridge Pythons and the Union’s Superbowl Party.
Jesus win 19-11 against a battling John’s to take the title in an absolute classic.
Follow today’s crunch match between Jesus and John’s LIVE on The Tab from 2.00 here.
On Tuesday at 2pm Jesus will host John’s in one of the biggest College Rugby cames of the decade. JONNY SINGER looks ahead at the fixture.
Sports editor JONNY SINGER sees Homerton come back from two goals down after Jesus keeper sees red.
Trinity Hall’s Zafar Ansari is awarded a contract with top County side cricket team, Surrey.