The staff were “upset” they had offended students
The venue kicked students out early as it was “trashed”
Arts students, beware the flasher
He was found guilty of torturing and decapitating two women in Hong Kong
Students were threatened with a (plastic) machete
Last time, there were protests
We had to test the answers
CUSU restores our faith in democracy (if democracy only takes 34 minutes)
Read our eyewitness report
*according to one newly released set of rankings.
Police investigations are underway
“And Cambridge, above all, is supposed to be non-mediocre”
It’s like Cambridge can’t get enough of referenda.
Oxbridge educated elites screw everything up *again*
The Cambridge postgrad was abducted and tortured in Egypt early this year.
Dr Victoria Bateman took time out of drawing graphs to put on a graphic display for her fellow economics faculty members.
Spoiler alert: Trinity was better*
The Vice-Chancellor said “We will continue to work as normal.”
The University has rejected fully divesting from fossil fuels after Newcastle, Southhampton and Queen Mary London all committed to divestment.
No pumpkins here for Cinderella and her Prince.
“Don’t accidentally and drunkenly share it on Facebook. Very bad idea.”
We asked. Over a thousand of you answered.
The referendum failed to pass with the results saying 51.52% of Cantabs voted to stay with the NUS.
Several JCRs are also suspected of rule-breaking
We spoke to NUS Vice President Richard Brooks about the consequences of leaving, what the NUS actually does for students and how their democracy works.
The first results from The Tab’s Porn Survey are here.
Brooks said the NUS take claims of anti-Semitism “incredibly seriously” but didn’t comment directly on the reaction to Malia Bouattia.
OUSU decides to put NUS disaffiliation to a vote while the CUSU referendum decision will be made next week.
English finalist Will Dalrymple marked Shakespeare’s Deathday by reciting a speech atop the famous sculpture.
Controversial feminist Germaine Greer wants to hold the most powerful post in the University and become Cambridge’s 346th Vice-Chancellor.
Where to go, how to get there, when it is and what Cambridge’s chances of winning are (very good, obviously).
Grange Road may see another Rugby International before long
We found a stunning £74 difference in the weekly cost of living between the most and least expensive.
Students divided into two camps over whether the JCR is restricting their freedom of expression or preventing offence towards ethnic minorities
Trinity tops the list of colleges with the highest endowments.
Students are terrified of the draconian penalties for late and lost books.
Statistical analysis reveals enough self-identifying men voted to change the results of the election
We spoke to Cornelius Roemer, best known for being Trinity’s former JCR President, about his bid for CUSU President.
We spoke to Robert Corbyn Smith, of CUSU Disabled Students’ Campaign fame, about his bid for CUSU President.
We spoke to JCSU bigwig Amatey Doku, who is running for CUSU President.
Robinson reports a shocking 53 incidents to the police while John’s comes second with 30.
We have a full map of Cambridge’s many, many pubs
It’s a life choice you should be making too
They claim the talks were organised to “direct attention away from the growing success of Israeli Apartheid Week”.
Jamie Roberts tweeted a suggestion that Australian star David Pocock play for Cambridge.
Details of the five convictions for cheating that occurred in the last three years revealed
Arcsoc’s Night of Disco was just another average Cambridge night out despite the hype.
Punt-hater still on the loose as CCTV cameras were “facing the wrong way.”
Disaffiliated colleges have been forbidden from accessing CUSU’s welfare training and online voting system
CUSU’s idiotic proposal represents a dangerous tendency to move away from celebrating excellence – and towards equalising the results of students.
The scariest thing about Halloween at Yale was apparently freedom of speech.