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82% of offers are made to students in the top two social classes
It’s the first time it’s been made freely available online
From a world-expert in the field
Excellent comedy let down by a silly premise
The home of Cambridge theatre will undergo extensive renovation
The Dean has said that “it’s there because some of the choir went on a trip to Poland”
Professor Stephen Toope will be the 364th Vice-Chancellor of the University
Good job I was in the swim team at school…
We’re here to spill the proverbial beans
Ibrahim Metwaly Hegazy could face up to five years in prison
Get me back to Cambridge ASAP
It’s the first position of its kind at a British university
Pride is coming to Cambridge in 2018
They’re protesting over more secure working hours and a higher minimum wage
‘She had so much to offer the world and it is a tragedy for her to be lost so young.’
The event, which is to promote support for mental health issues, has been endorsed by Richard Curtis
Just 14% of the highest earners are women
Or would we rather be at Oxf*rd?
We need to stop comparing each other at Cambridge
I’ve had enough of crashing my bike into tourists
It’s not helping anyone.
Whether you use it for dating, a self-esteem boost, or a quick NSA shag, Tinder is just a bit shit
It’s back. I know you missed it.
Finalists look away now
‘Isn’t it your turn to wash up?’
I’m addicted to my phone but I don’t know how to give it up
Speaking up about our issues is key
Capitalistic exploitation of suffering, or just a simple mistake?
A burning hot late night treat at the Corpus Playroom.
The issues surrounding homelessness in Cambridge aren’t as simple as they may seem
We easily forget she’s a real person, like we do with other women