She may be failing her degree, but at least LAUREN CHAPLIN is getting a First in procrastination
LAUREN CHAPLIN leads us to liberation through embarrassment. Poo, periods and oopsy-daisies are to be embraced.
LAUREN CHAPLIN ditches the serious but not the heart in this week’s column. Read on for talk of dactyls, trochees and Halfway Hall.
Ditching Grace this week in favour of much thornier territory, LAUREN CHAPLIN talks ‘rape culture’ and swaps…
We caught up with MO’S GOLD TEETH to talk folk music, a Hiberno-Bulgarian revival, and the launch of their new folk night at the Maypole
LAUREN CHAPLIN has left her column to the very last minute. General panic, and the thought of Hunter Allen, leads her to pity-blowjobs and the re-enactment of a coffee break.
Not content with revolutionising Cambridge clubbing, it seems TURF is set to make its May Ball debut
It’s time to hear from the girls. We have the DO’S and DON’TS when it comes to what boys are wearing
The highlight of the Bridgemas social calendar, Gents at the Maypole, is happening tonight. We caught up with Xavier Hetherington and Quintin Beer, two of the Gents, to talk carols, choirs and Gangnam Style.
STEPHEN K AMOS talks stand-up, dream venues, and pre-show nerves
We chat to Sara Stillwell and Poppy Damon, organisers of the Cambridge Ethical Festival
LAUREN CHAPLIN rebuts the ‘racist’ arguments surrounding Miley Cyrus’ off-beat and out-of-tune appearance at the VMAs.
LAUREN CHAPLIN and MOLLIE WINTLE enjoy this rather less spectacular but equally fun June Event to round off May Week 2013.
Oxford gives Cambridge a lesson in how not to plan a party after guests at the Jesus-Somerville Ball go home with second-degree burns.
“A game of chance where your identity is the grand prize”: LAUREN CHAPLIN checks out the new internet fad that forces us to re-examine what Facebook means to us.
Our pick of this summer’s hottest festivals.