UPDATE: the body found in the Cam on Sunday has been identified.
A Downing fresher’s school DT project has bagged her a nomination for the national Women of the Future Awards.
A Sidney student and Tab favourite will be pedalling through the night in the aid of charity, with a bit of help from friends and The Wire.
In an unsurprising result, Lord Sainsbury has won the race to be the next chancellor of the uni. Are you happy with the result?
Excitement (and a queue) is building along King’s Parade as alumni flock to vote and rumours and scandals start to swirl in the chancellor elections.
A Jesus student helping Cantabs with their love lives with a new site that lets people anonymously text whoever they’ve got the hots for.
Jack Wills have sealed a deal to sponsor Varsity rugby this year, and have taken stash to new levels by chucking in some complimentary cars.
SIMON BAJKOWSKI sits down to talk about Surrey, success and Sky TV with Tit Hall Cricket star ZAFAR ANSARI.
A number of top uni rankings tables have confirmed what many of us already know: Cambridge is simply unbeatable.
There were arrests and injuries last night as police confronted a gang of youths heading for a Cambridge shopping centre.
As the comments continue to come in thick and fast after the drama with Eric Pickles at the Union, The Tab gets two different views of the situation
New survey results show that students at nearly every other uni have more sexual partners than those here in Cambridge.
Recent developments from supermarket giant Sainsbury’s may pose grave danger for the uni and future students if urgent measures are not undertaken.
SIMON BAJKOWSKI muses on the changing face of Britain’s Got Talent, suggesting that since this series runs off the back of an oh-so-familiar precedent, the post-modern viewer requires something different from the BGT experience. Enter Messrs McIntyre and Hoff.
Classics Professor Mary Beard could be set for a BAFTA after her documentary on Pompeii was nominated in the Secialist Factual section.
Four pairs of tickets for John’s Ball have been put on Ebay for charity auction, with the committee announcing all sorts of treats for this year’s guests.
Charlie GIlmour could face jail after pleading guilty to violent disorder in the student protests last year, although he has been granted bail until after his exams.
Both students and academics have come out against MP’s allegations over university intake, winning the support of key education groups in the process.
James Mitchell, Wolfson College Students’ Association President, resigned yesterday after a number of complaints were made about his language and conduct at a college event, The Tab can reveal.
The Tab understands that Wolfson student president James Mitchell has resigned this morning after a controversial college awards ceremony.
Cambridge’s Phil Wang recently beat off the rest of the competition to win a national student comedy award and book himself ten top gigs.
Julian Assange’s speech at the Union today was greeted by the longest queues in living memory and a positive reaction from the 800-strong crowd.
Friday night was a miserable one for RON at the Union Elections, but not for all. The Tab gets reaction from the winners.
Wikileaks founder and whistle-blowing activist Julian Assange will speak at the Union a week on Tuesday, with members also in with a chance to meet him afterwards.
Anyone running for a Union position can now launch Facebook campaigns and use any media as the Union tries to pull more voters in.
A senior tutor has claimed the government’s tuition fee policy is a “leap in the dark” and that it could damage state school intake.
Cambridge MP Huppert picks up an award from an unlikely source for being one of the most “refreshing and energetic” people in politics.
All tickets for Robinson May Ball sold out before making it to general release tonight – but no Robinson students will miss out.
Students on Thursday voted for porn as a good public service, in a particularly fiery debate at the Union.
Mr ASBO’s days on the river could be numbered after Cam Conservancy decided to request for its removal.
Three Downing students were hospitalised and two more injured after being attacked in Fez by strangers for wearing dinner jackets.
EXCLUSIVE: The Tab speaks to 2011 Jailbreak winners about Argentina and the long journey there.
Central point Peas Hill has been named as the 6th worst street for crime in England and Wales, but Inspector Paul Ormerod is not convinced.
A new service has been delivering anonymous messages to people’s pigeon holes across the University.
Carol Vorderman is ecstatic that her daughter Katie has been offered a place at Cambridge for next year.
Fitfinder returns better than ever as Floxx, with new map and app features making it easy to use anywhere.
Jesus College Choir is still hoping for a Christmas miracle after the cancellation of their flight from Washington has left them stuck in the USA.
36 gay and lesbian books have been founded soaked in urine in Harvard’s library, sparking anger and confusion.
Cambridge students find things tough because they were spoon-fed through exams, according to a new study.
Labour MP David Lammy accused Oxbridge of admitting a shocking low number of black, lower class and Northern students.
The full report on todays General Assembly, which saw the protestors fight against the cuts compared to “Dumbledore’s Army fighting Voldemort”.
There were two arrests outside King’s today after a student march against tuition fee rises and education cuts turned nasty.
Prince William and Kate Middleton look set to become the next Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.
An anonymous Cambridge student has started a sex blog about his first gay experiences, promising that he ‘won’t hold back’ in describing sexual encounters.
Fitz’s upcoming Willy Wonka themed ball will feature the ORIGINAL Veruca Salt from the 1971 version of Charlie and The Chocolate Factory.
Fire at faculty, as fireman jokes “I’d have had the whole building come down”.
SIMON BAJKOWSKI doesn’t care about dodgy sponorship, and nor should you.
Corpus are to open their formal hall doors to the public for a whopping £57.75.
The respected QS World University Rankings table shows the home of Cindies overtaking Harvard to take top spot.