Rebekah Treganna

Cambridge staff ‘unable to cope’ with five month pay delay

The university has still not paid some staff hundreds of pounds they are owed for marking exams last Easter

Supervisors win pay for mandatory departmental training

The change has been described as a ‘first win’ against Cambridge’s ‘internal gig-economy’

Here’s what really happened at the Lucy Cavendish bop people are calling an ‘illegal rave’

Students have been deaned following a party which featured a ball pit, bar tab, and even a rodeo bull

Cambridge SU moves to new building

The ‘new and improved’ space will include spaces for students to work and socialise

Student noise protest disrupts Vice Chancellor’s speech

Cambridge Defend Education were protesting the University’s refusal to recognise UCU ahead of further strikes

Cambridge Defend Education occupy Sidgwick building

The activists will remain inside indefinitely, in solidarity with UCU strikes

Strikes draw support from Cambridge MP

Daniel Zeichner told striking staff to ‘stay strong’ at a digital rally

Students rally outside Senate House to support the strikes

There was music, DJ remixes, and dancing

Cambridge elects a new SU Women’s Officer (provisional)

Heidi Chen will serve for the remainder of the 2021/2022 academic year

Cambridge will strike in February if UCU demands not met

Strikes will be held at 68 UK universities if pay and pensions disputes are not resolved

Cambridge UCU condemns University over ‘union-busting’ pay deductions

The still-unrecognised union has now called for “stronger and harder national strike action”