“Some of the best steak in Cambridge”, says Tab restaurant critic SEBASTIAN SALEK.
With post-exam celebrations getting “out of hand”, University officials seek to curb champagne spraying.
Julian Assange jilts the Union in favour of speaking to a conference in Hamburg.
Union and CUSU release opposing statements, while a leaked email suggests there may be more than meets the eye…
Cambridge’s student radio station is going for a world record.
Julian Assange will be answering questions from Union members later this month.
Cambridge has come 51st in a league table. Unsurprisingly, it’s not about academic performance.
Prince Harry meets The Fresh Prince of Bel Air in a new parody rap by Cambridge students.
Students could end up taking doping tests before sitting exams.
A new report suggests that the university could be getting more zeros and ones for its money.
Magdalen is on strike after the governing body imposes a massive charge on students.
Social events at Queens’ are on death row once again as the Halloween bop gets out of hand.
After just a few days, this art project was almost one piano down.
The vice-chancellor tells Reuters that the bond issuing will not help reduce tuition fees.
Former MP Lembit Opik surveys Cambridge’s nightlife.
Despite the average guest being twice his size, it was a great night out for SEBASTIAN SALEK.
For the first time in its history, Cambridge is issuing a financial bond.
Record numbers of condoms are being issued to this year’s freshers as part of a new CUSU initiative.
George Galloway will speak in Cambridge despite an NUS motion banning him from their events.
CUSU has been ranked sixth from the bottom in a national survey of satisfaction over student unions.
Trenton Oldfield, the boat race swimmer, is back in court today.
Drunken misdemeanours of Cambridge students have hit the press again.
Update: the Oxford University computer network’s security has also been compromised.
Shops are forced to close as Cambridge is hit by torrential rain.
Man City striker, Mario Balotelli, has rejected an invite to speak at the Union.
Sidney Freshers are being shown a video warning them of the dangers of wearing gowns and tuxes to clubs.
Aspiring politico and Trinity Hall lawyer Chris Monk makes his debut BBC appearance, causing access outrage.
The full Tompkins Table: exclusively on The Tab
The thieves behind the Fitzwilliam robbery have pleaded guilty at Cambridge Crown Court
SEBASTIAN SALEK: uni league tables aren’t all they’re cracked up to be, we’re better off not bothering with them.
SEBASTIAN SALEK goes in search of the most secretive society of them all.
Peterhouse, King’s, Clare, Caius and Trinity have stepped into the frame. All the info, all in one place.
Have to get rid of yet another Crimbo jumper from gran? SEBASTIAN SALEK is here to help.
The town’s wildest stories of chaos and debauchery to welcome in 2012 finally surface here on The Tab.