Nenwham students have had enough after huge college fines have left a hole in their pockets.
The Varsity Trip Committee has apologised for a shockingly low snowfall, which shows no signs of improving just days before the trip begins.
Claims of foul play, the emergence of a sex symbol, and a decent walloping made this week’s episode of University Challenge more exciting than most.
Senior News Reporter PAPATYA SUTCLIFFE investigates exciting rumours of a new film by renowned Auteur and lothario Mark Liu.
As Cambridge matchmaking service ‘Beginning, Middle, End’ enters its second phase, The Tab takes a sneak peek at some of the best love notes so far.
One of Cambridge’s cultural hotspots is undergoing some pretty big renovations over the next few months, providing barrels of optimism music fans.
River chiefs are cracking down on illegal punting companies, which will be banned from operating on the Cam next year.
Corpus Christi features on a new tourism campaign launched by David Cameron, acting as a symbol of the UK’s dominance in education.
Next term Girton will decide if Charlie Gilmour can return to Cambridge after prison. Meanwhile he faces discipline in his new prison for smuggling.
Freshers of 2011 will be pleased to know that not only is Cambridge the best academically, it’s also the happiest university in the country.
Jeremy Paxman has admitted that he failed to make it into his college’s University Challenge team while a student, despite now hosting the show.
Two teenagers have been arrested in connection with the body found in the Cam last week, the identity of which Police have released.
Oxford have passed the motion of ‘no confidence’ in David Willetts, 283 in favour, 5 against.