Simon Page
Fitzwilliam, Chemistry. Simon has been studying chemistry for at least six years now, where he entertains/aggravates his colleagues with his seemingly inexhaustible collection of geeky facts and his fastidious nitpicking of their grammatical errors. Away from the lab bench, Simon loves board games, lawn maintenance, and working on his novel. He once learnt all the countries of the world and their capitals, and he does a passable impression of David Bowie. Simon has been described variously as “funny but not the ‘ha-ha’ kind” and “ragamuffin-y” (but that was whilst playing the Artful Dodger in a school play. Still counts though).

Simon Page

This week, SPUD talks nicknames, battle rap, and sodium bicarbonate solution.

Simon Page

SIMON PAGE learns some transferable skills via massage. Obviously.

Simon Page

SIMON PAGE drove two imitation 1970s American Police Cars from Cambridge to Barcelona last weekend. And he learnt some valuable life lessons.

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SIMON PAGE rediscovers his love of the Internet, after a visit to the tip.

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SIMON PAGE has developed a new love of Scrabble. COOL.

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SIMON PAGE reflects on his manliness, or rather: lack of.

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New columnist SIMON PAGE has officially finished his first novel. And you can read it here.

The BBC News “Most Popular” Box

Does dross like “The truth about single women and cats”
count as news? SIMON PAGE says no.

When Schubert Met Sodium

Cool chemist SIMON PAGE finds out how we can overcome the arts/science divide.