Because of coronavirus, the incident still hasn’t been resolved
The racist graffiti was found by a BME student
Bad news for Labour, at only 18 per cent
The t-shirt also said ‘Tommy Robinson = what a babe’
Basic bike safety because apparently some of you need it
Statements from student protesters allege that an attendee ‘[punched] one of the male protesters in the neck unprovoked, then [pushed] a female protester against a wall’
A minimalist, dystopian production worthy of your exam term time
Ladies beware…save yourselves the heartache
An ‘opera-for-people-who-hate-opera’ (as well as for those who love it)
Lots of German electro references – but does the craft work? 3.5/5
Follow all the teams’ shenanigans as they race back to Cambridge
No word on the NOS
What would Marx say?
£3.33 for 250ml of glorified squadka is an objectively terrible deal.
Middle-aged mums are popping pills with cheese, so I found whether it was worth the hype
The Vice President of Cambridge for Consent is elected CUSU President
Jonas Dein aims to reduce dropouts
Another year, another twelve months of student representation…
The Tab talks to Louis Slater, the Chair of Cambridge RAG
They’re celebrating ‘all things sleek and futuristic’
Follow all the teams’ antics here, as they race to beat Oxf*rd in this year’s RAG LOST
Visit our stall, sweet and lovely freshers, we await
What you’ve all been waiting for – vote now!
Your chance to vote on the undisputed shittiest college
36 Hour coverage of Cantabs fleeing the bridge for charity
Only a few hours left…
Multiple women have come forward
Cambridge’s biggest egos are going to get even bigger
More information as it comes
‘Our protest brings all the girls to the square and they’re like, he’s got shit hair’
The decision was made at CUSU Council this evening.
“I decided that I didn’t have to put up with it and neither does anyone else”
It is what you’ve all been dying to know, after all
The best gossip and stash in Cambridge can be yours
A man has been arrested for wielding a machete in Aberystwyth. We spoke to the brave person who calmed him down
The Tab brings you live updates from the Battle of the Blues
You voted in your thousands, but who cracked it to the top spot?
The committee checked their Instagram followers, not their finances.
You decide who topped last year. Make sure you cast your vote at the bottom of the article.
Watch as Cambridge bathes in the tears of the Founding Fathers
It’ll be up to CUSU to make sure the opt-out happens
Keep up with all the action as stranded Cantabs compete against The Other Place to make it back first.
Why not have a *crack* at it?
The wider world is a hard place
They’re bringing Mars to Cambridge
Alcohol before 11am is always a win
Nobody likes a phony, as Holden Caulfield would say, and as the U.S electorate’s distaste of Hillary Clinton would demonstrate.
Read on for fun, fame and fortune
73.8% of the city voted in vain to remain – “intolerable damage” for the University here we come
‘A nation should be generous’: The Chinese dissident spoke to The Tab as part of his extraordinary May Week visit
Keeping up with the Cantabs? It’s called ‘Collegium’ and university societies from the Ivy League to Japan have already signed up
We’re going up in the world
We want you, cherished readers, to help us choose.
For all those who feel too guilty spending the last Saturday before exams begin watching pop culture at it’s finest, never fear! You can spend it refreshing our liveblog.
VOTE NOW: We know, we’ve stretched the definition of ‘Science’ quite far.
The NUS Referendum and the fate of TCS are about to be decided
*Insert something witty about karma*
Smile for the nice Daily Mail man!
Arched eyebrows, thinking faces, and Paxman putdowns. You guessed it, it’s The Tab’s coverage of the University Challenge Final 2016.
Students argue the college is repeatedly ignoring student concerns over the new arrangements.
Nothing wrong with a bit of negativity.
Pippa Bull and Rebecca Thomas were amongst the few bold female Cantabs who also strutted their stuff topless
This week FINN MCREDMOND asks Sunday Life goers about American politics
This year’s winner – a self-described “terrible person” – is a SHOCKER.
This week JOHNNY BURROW visits the hallowed halls of Cindies to discover why we should all be proud
Tonight (well, for the next 36 hours) there’s going to be a jailbreak, somewhere in this town
This week JOHNNY BURROW visits the hallowed halls of Cindies to discover why we should all be fearful
Feat. three keen freshers.
This week JOHNNY BURROW visits the hallowed halls of Cindies to discover why we should all be very, very ashamed
No, it wasn’t funny
It is never appropriate to ask about dildos
All bums are equal, but some are more equal than others. Help us choose which ones.
We stand in solidarity
“Once in the Cindies queue someone threw up on me and my soul died.”
First Caius, now Queens’ – who next?