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The Foreign Secretary was Oxford Union President at the same time
So you can appreciate or denigrate more fairly.
Shit Hall goes Tits Up
The fact you’re taking it probably means you are
It’s illegal to be drunk in a pub
Jemma had emergency brain surgery to save her life
There’s hope in spite of Brexit
Party like it’s 1893
Only two unis are holding back
Cam dropped to fourth overall globally
We beat fellow Russell Groupers Liverpool, Bath and Exeter
The QS World Rankings are out and Sheffield came 84th
Durham comes in at 74th in the 2017 global rankings
We scored nearly 95 employer reputation
The Wyverns Garden Party has been quietly allowed to not go ahead
Two men have been arrested on suspicion of causing grievous bodily harm (GBH)
Joseph Spencer is confused by this year’s Footlights Harry Porter Prize winner
Sainsburys, Van of Life, Trinity Accommodation and swathes of the town centre are powerless
An Air Ambulance was called to Jesus Green this afternoon
Jesus College are cracking down on the well-known maker of ‘CAFF’ and documentary-making in general
The Cambridge Impronauts have produced an Exam Term crowd-pleaser, says Joseph Spencer.
Hipsterish affectations, a foodie fantasist, a boatie, a grumpy hack and a Bristolian Engling will take you through Easter 2016.
We’re braving the elements to bring you the action from this year’s rather blustery Oxford and Cambridge Boat Races.
How to get to the riverbank, where to watch, and who is going to win (Cambridge, obviously)
The fast track to BNOC status
Cast your minds back to the heady days of Lent 2015
The harsh realities of Middle Eastern dictatorships have inserted themselves into the Cambridge community in brutal fashion
Cambridge is probably the only time in our lives we’ll have even the most daunting extracurriculars subsidised and on our doorstep
The struggle is real, and I’m sure I’m not alone
Cambridge is littered with suspect statues, portraits, and memorials
You may not like Julian Assange, but that does not mean he doesn’t deserve a platform