The Tab spoke to the show’s curators about Sikander’s work, decolonisation and curation
This news will affect over three-thousand Oxbridge students that will be travelling to France for the Varsity Ski Trip
The students are lobbying the library to remain open 24-hours as it was pre-pandemic
Students have expressed frustration with the college’s actions following the incident
Sev and George played one-touch-one-bounce football for 24 hours this weekend for Movember
As the wise world of TikTok once said: ‘treat yourself’
The SU also voted in support of signing the Night Club Safety appeal
Who knew cambridge students liked nuggets so much?
The Tab spoke to Rebecca and Sophia, co-founders of ‘SWOP,’ the app that may just revolutionise the Cambridge social scene
You know you want to join Cambridge’s most popular student society – and the best part is, no journalism experience is needed
Students are also encouraged to get tested before, and upon their arrival at Cambridge University
This is the latest development in what has been described as the “Trinity Hall Scandals”
Following his recent conviction, The Tab talks to Alex Woolf’s victims who speak out against his “depraved” crimes
30 students of Black or mixed race heritage will each be awarded a £20,000 scholarship over the next three years
The government is also discussing the possibility of different fees for different courses, and minimum qualifications for enrolment
Bringing you part two of our investigation into mental-health expenditure by colleges
We asked the colleges how much they had spent on mental health services (e.g. college counselling, mental health talks) between 2019 and 2021
Graham Virgo confirmed in an email to students that whilst small-group teaching will be in person, it is unclear whether in-person lectures will occur
‘I see beauty in people, I see beauty in photography, I see it everywhere and I just want to capture it’
Women’s, men’s, League and Union Rugby- we’ve got you covered
We spoke to the ex-Love Islanders after their Union talk about racial diversity and empowering professional women on Love Island
Instead of talking to drunk students at 2 am outside Lola Lo’s, Max Fosh caught up with our sober Tab Editor after his talk at the Union.
The Tab spoke to Gardies owner Vas about Stephen Fry, a secret society, drunk students and the best item to order from the menu.
The system allows all University students and staff to report any inappropriate behaviour anonymously or formally
The trip will run from the 3-11th December this year
Would ‘Dating me is like a Cambridge term’ fit with the proposed new term structure?
Finger’s crossed that you don’t have to use it!
Following her talk at the Cambridge Union, The Tab had an exclusive conversation with Megan
‘I’m just stopped, stopped in my tracks by a horrible comment, it weighs on my mind and I can’t concentrate properly’
Happy International Women’s Day 2021!
An art experience controlled by the curators and artists
‘We shouldn’t miss out on this opportunity to create positive social change’
What kind of world are we living in where Marmite and tuna go well together in a pancake?
Featuring both pre- and post-pandemic outfits to help you live out your Cambridge dreams
‘Get your families and friends involved, regardless of whether they go to Cambridge or not’
If you didn’t go to Castle Mound, Grantchester or Cindies straight after leaving isolation, honestly wyd?
‘These are Black artists. No one’s talking about them, so I’m going to talk about them.’