Lottie Howson

Lottie Howson
Cambridge University


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NICK CLEGG “Politics is a messy business, your ideals clash with reality”

Nick, we’re paying for the consequences of that clash. Literally.

EVAN DAVIS: “I was tired the whole time at Oxford. Eight weeks is nothing.”

Evan Davis at the Union: On the challenges of Newsnight, the BBC and why the world has moved on from Paxman.

REVIEW: ArcSoc Cabaret: ‘Welcome to the Pleasuredome’

LOTTIE HOWSON enjoys a night with Cambridge’s coolest kids, dressed to impress in their waviest garms.

“My love of science came from chasing a flying dead Soviet dog”: Sir Paul Nurse talks science, sexism and Shakespeare

But I still don’t know what the cell growth cycle is.

Controversial “drag” bop at Robinson College: Offensive or political correctness gone mad?

#boycottbop2016 anyone?

“I didn’t join a party of protest. I joined the Labour Party to change things.”

The prejudices around mental health need to change and Luciana Berger wants to be the one to change them.

“If we can’t talk about climate change now when the hell can we talk about it?”: Talking to Cambridge’s Green Party candidate

Extreme flooding and actual bananas found growing in Pembroke college gardens. It’s a perfect time for us to do what we do best. Talk about the weather.

Robinson is taking the hit for the whole university and I am not OK with that

Robinson college was the only Cambridge college criticised in last Thursday’s government report which highlighted the significant discrepancy that still exists between students from private schools and state schools.