Emili Stevenson
Emili Stevenson
News Editor at The Tab London

ULU is back this Friday

Women’s Rugby are bringing it back for one night only

Rucking hell, it’s your Women’s Rugby Varsity squad

Smashing pints and the Poly since 1983

UCL Maddest Fresher nominations now open!

The most chunder-ful time of the year

Union replaces ‘Monday Big Ones’ with new Mexican drinks deal

The drinks included aren’t even from Mexico

UCL academics call for vote of no confidence in Provost

They’re worried about plans for expansion

UCL students launches new science magazine

Not helped by UCL’s impenetrable bureaucracy

The treatment of Imperial Women’s Rugby shouldn’t surprise you

‘Deeply ingrained misogyny’? Sounds about right

Women’s Rugby are hosting a charity beer pong event

Forget Varsity, this is the big time

Cards Against UCL

“The Tab London are so desperate, they’ll publish a novelty card game about ___”

The NUS are getting rid of £1 drinks on Mondays

The deal has become ‘unfeasible’

The far-right Neitzsche Club returns to UCL!

Their posters have appeared all around campus

UCL are going to close the Wilkins Garden Roof Marquee

They aren’t even replacing it

What do your halls say about you?

Max Rayne residents will probably end up in the national news

UCL is the fourth best university in the world to study arts and humanities

We’ve moved ten places since last year

A freshers’ guide to London’s LGBT+ clubbing scene

Now sissy that walk

Hackers are sending loads of spam emails to students at SSEES

The prank has already been compared to the infamous ‘Bellogate’ scandal

Northern and Piccadilly lines to get the Night Tube

Gutted if you live on the Hammersmith and City Line

A freshers’ guide to UCLU’s sports teams

Short, fat, and dirty.

Goodbye Fabric, the greatest club London ever had

Never will another venue be such a rite of passage

Tamid Chowdhury is your BNOC of the year

Long live King Tamid

UCL faces financial trouble after East London expansion

Michael Arthur said UCL was “barely financially sustainable”