Sarah Swift

Sarah Swift
Cambridge University


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Cambridge SU criticises Varsity over coverage of trans rights protest

The statement describes Varsity’s actions as ‘disappointing, irresponsible and ultimately dangerous’

Professor Deborah Prentice nominated for Vice-Chancellor role

If confirmed, Professor Prentice will be the first American to hold the post

Rough sleeping rates are three times higher in uni towns, compared to those without unis

Universities are failing to tackle student homelessness, a new report has said

Universities should be more transparent in dealing with harassment, says new guidance

Over half of students said they wouldn’t trust their uni to handle a sexual harassment claim appropriately

‘Sensible, electable’: Young Labour supporters on what they actually think of Keir Starmer

‘I just really want a Labour government’

These are the cringiest moments from the Tory leadership contest…so far

Still can’t get over Truss and Sunak looking like they were held captive on the BBC debate

Master’s student spices up her graduation by doing the splits on stage and it’s iconic

Now THAT is how you graduate in style

Liz Truss ‘slagged off’ her old school and now everyone’s rinsing her for it

Her comments have been described as ‘shameful’

We visited The Box Room, Cambridge’s first board game café

Cambridge’s first board game café has opened on Regent Street – we went along to check it out

Meet the Cambridge student who’s gone to Ukraine to help in the conflict

Nikolai Nizalov – an undergrad at St. Catharine’s College – returned to Ukraine during Lent term

Cambridge lights up King’s Parade and Senate House in Ukrainian colours for vigil

Vice-Chancellor Stephen Toope and Senior Pro-Vice-Chancellor Graham Virgo were in attendance

Newnham threatens disciplinary action over the reselling of formal tickets

Newnham College’s Vice-Principal has warned disciplinary action could go as far as expulsion

Newnham to Westminster: an exhibition highlighting political pioneers

The exhibition celebrates the political careers of Newnham alumnae

Do you regret coming to Cambridge?

Students reflect on the ups and downs of the Cambridge experience.