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The morning’s resignation of TCS Editor Philip Brook came after he was caught attempting to make unfounded sexual allegations against a fellow at St. John’s.
Supermodel Lily Cole will play a lead role in an ADC play this term, The Tab can exclusively reveal.
JOSHI EICHNER HERRMANN: We have squandered the chance to consider Caravaggio as a homosexual revolutionary; to re-open the file on the great man’s relationship with the Bacchic and narcissistic youths who pout suggestively out of his early Roman portraits.
The Tab can exclusively reveal that the Union will host a debate featuring porn star Johnny Anglais and adult movie director Anna Span. The blockbuster termcard also features film stars, spies, judges and big name politicians.
The Varsity Trip got off to a hairy start yesterday when one of the coaches crashed on the M25.
For most of the university, the Hawks’ Club is the place where Blue-tacs disappear on Sunday and Wednesday nights on the arms of tricenarian land economists.
Centre said to be ‘terribly disappointed’ after ankle break rules him out of Twickenham showdown.
The John’s-Jesus game will take place today under a cloud of ill feeling.
UPDATE 15.10: The John’s-Jesus match will now go ahead after a meeting between the captains and league organiser Ian Minto.
A stunningly nonchalant sign in the Varsity office reminds its few remaining apparatchiks not to do what The Guardian, The Sun, The Telegraph, The Express, The Mail, The Times, The Metro, The Star, The Mirror, The Independent, Private Eye and even TCS have done this year!
JOSHI EICHNER HERRMANN: ‘I find it difficult to agree with Varsity’s assessement that “guests at Trinity Hall found themselves in a fairytale wonderland”‘
Popular student website FitFinder.co.uk has been forced offline – The Tab can exclusively reveal that the withdrawal comes after disciplinary action aginst the site’s founder.
Hundreds packed the Union last night to watch BBC fittie Emily Maitlis recolor the country’s political map.
As The Tab exclusively revealed at 2am, Julian Huppert has won Cambridge for the Lib Dems, with the Tories second.
With polling day just hours away, The Tab gives you the lowdown on the men who would be king.
Cambridge’s coaches tell The Tab what the prospects are for 2011…and why the Winkelvoss twins weren’t rowing in Light Blue this year.
SPOILER ALERT: This article will reveal the winner of University Challenge 2010.
Cambridge have upset the odds to win the 156th Boat Race.
The Tab joined the Blue Boat and Goldie in their final outing before the Boat Race today with the world’s media watching on.
Alex Guttenplan has been labelled an “unlikely internet heartthrob” by the papers this week. Read his first ever full interview here.
Cambridge police have denied being soft on crime after The Tab saw two coppers catching a group of bike thieves – but then letting them go scot free.
Jesus students were evacuated from their rooms last night as a power cut plunged the college into darkness.
Rahul Mansigani has been elected as CUSU President – although the candidates attracted fewer votes than The Tab’s Fit College!
The line-up for the 2010 Blue Boat has been announced amid predictions of a “very close” Boat Race.
As a result of overwhelming public demand, The Tab has decided to end the debate over how to spell everyone’s favourite mid-week haunt. VOTE HERE!
Amid accusations of censorship, illegality and CUSU meddling the union-run newspaper TCS was unable to be printed on time this week.
“If Churchill Springball had been in May Week, no-one would have gone.”
‘YES’ campaign triumphs in referendum on the NUS.
Bops are back as Queens’ Dean caves into pressure and lifts the ban on all non-academic events in College – follow all the updates HERE!
CUSU president Tom Chigbo has been reprimanded for breaking key election rules relating to the NUS referendum which opened today.
A key meeting of the CUSU Council broke up in confusion on Tuesday night.
CUSU was today split down the middle by a row over its membership of the National Union of Students.
The Cambridge Lightweights have suffered a serious set-back after the snow scuppered their training camp.
The Dark Blues’ Boat Race plans take on water at Trial Eights.
CAMBRIDGE WIN VARSITY – The Blues have beaten Oxford 31-27 in a thrilling match at Twickers
Blues and Under 21s squads count down last 24 hours to Twickenham
Cock-ups and and confusion mar the start of the 2009 Varsity Trip
Queens’ and Trinity have taken the senior Fairbairns titles
Tomorrow sees the start of Fairbairns. Follow it on The Tab…
Clare novices sees reversals in fortune from Queens’ Ergs
Jesus and Downing both win as Trinity stumble towards danger
Winter Head sees victory for the term’s surprise package
Girton end their losing streak as John’s scrape past Downing
John’s march on against Catz while contenders Jesus and Downing narrowly win
Novice success for Fitz and Anglia on night of chaos at Queens’ Ergs
Jesus avenge Cuppers final defeat against Catz with 7-1 drubbing
Queens’ 1st IV pulled off a surprise performance to finish in a dead heat with Downing in the men’s 1st division final of University Fours.
A broken rudder sends Jesus crashing out of Uni Fours against rivals Downing on the first day
The Cambridge team in a race for solar cars across Australia have failed in their quest for glory.
St. Johns have put 1st Division rivals Jesus firmly in their place. (Match Report)
Despite a 35-24 loss, there’s finally something to build on.
Jesus Boat club start the season impeccably, winning Autumn Head.