Max Leadbetter
Editor in Chief of The Tab Cambridge

Part III chemists told ‘safety net’ will not apply to them, contradicting earlier emails amid exam chaos

They received an apology from their department.

Tab poll results: Cambridge students vote in favour of scrapping Easter assessments

All students will find out about their assessments on Tuesday

Quiz: Which lockdown stereotype are you? Cambridge edition

This is accurate

Students outraged as King’s Affair Committee declare they are unable to provide a full refund to ticket-holders

Ticket-holders should anticipate to receive a refund of 75 per cent of the original ticket price for the cancelled event.

Camfess sets up official Minecraft server to combat isolation blues, and it’s glorious

Can our Easter exams be assessed on our ability to slay zombies?

There will be no exams in Cambridge next term as uni shifts into RED phase to tackle coronavirus outbreak

An email was sent to all staff and students this afternoon

Tab poll: What do you think exam arrangements should be next term?

Cast your vote – how would you like to be assessed?

Oxford vs Cambridge Boat Race cancelled

The event was due to take place on 29th March

Cambridge’s Top 10 BNOCs 2020 who you’ve 100 per cent met in the Cindies’ smoking area

Cambridge’s shining icons

Downing College publishes ‘xenophobic’ Instagram post joking about coronavirus

The post makes fun of racial stereotypes

900 guests attend Cambridge ball as government plans to ban mass gatherings

Guests crowded to watch Tinchy Stryder headline

Students end 10-day occupation of Old Schools after University court order

The occupation ended at 9.30am today

Visitors cannot attend Girton Spring Ball if they ‘present flu-like symptoms’ amid coronavirus fears

The Ball will be held this Friday

University of Cambridge claims Old School occupiers are ‘derailing preparations’ for coronavirus outbreak

They have asked the occupiers ‘to leave immediately’

Mainsbury’s runs out of hand sanitiser and toilet paper due to coronavirus panic buying

Maybe we’ll have to shop at the big Sainsbury’s

XR sing outside Corpus Clock on the seventh day of protests

“We are peaceful, angry people fighting for our lives”

The most iconic looks and signs from the strikes so far

Pineapple men, XR dogs and tricycles

Students sign open letter criticising History Faculty’s conduct over recent Tit Hall scandal

The History Faculty told students to refrain from speaking out

What is the Gender Expression Fund and why every college should have one

Clare, Girton, Robinson and Jesus are the first colleges to adopt the scheme

Students warned about discrimination in the wake of coronavirus following an incident at Downing College

A group of Chinese students were subject to racist discrimination at lunch in Downing Hall