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This week, TIM SQUIRRELL wants to broach the subject of men’s issues…
TIM SQUIRRELL is in a really bad mood because of men who act like misogynistic shitstains.
As exam season truly begins, TIM SQUIRRELL wants to broach the topic of isolation in Cambridge.
This week, TIM SQUIRRELL talks candidly about why he’s almost scared by the idea of not being depressed.
This week, TIM SQUIRRELL plunges into the sinkhole of insatiable self-criticism.
In his first columnn, TIM SQUIRRELL regales us with his thoughts on motivation, identity and keen freshers.
TIM SQUIRRELL explains how far there is still left to go for adequate mental health provision at Cambridge University.
TIM SQUIRRELL depicts where you’ve been going wrong all those years.
Non-medic Star Wars virgin CHLOE COLEMAN and fallen-medic TIM SQUIRRELL venture to Anglia Ruskin and find out that medics can be funny too – all in the name of charity.
Tim Squirrell wants to dispel the myths and stigma surrounding the practice of self-harm (warning: this article contains subject matter that might prove traumatic to those with experience of self-harm or other mental health issues).
The only people who should be shut out of a debate are those who haven’t informed themselves, argues TIM SQUIRRELL.
TIM SQUIRRELL and LAURA BATEY give and receive over the merits of digital masturbatory material.
TIM SQUIRRELL presents a handy guide for how to give yourself a headstart in becoming popular at Cambridge.
TIM SQUIRRELL chats to Mark Thomas about his new show 100 Acts of Minor Dissent, political comedy and the Daily Mail.
TIM SQUIRRELL is left unimpressed by a surprise end to his May Week.
TIM SQUIRRELL, filling in as reviewer, declares St John’s May Ball a resounding success.
TIM SQUIRRELL reflects on the results of The Tab’s Mental Health Survey.
While it may not be easy viewing, TIM SQUIRRELL is impressed by a play that does not shy away from its own horror.
With May Bumps approaching, TIM SQUIRRELL muses on the ‘joys’ of rowing.
TIM SQUIRRELL is sick of slagging women off, and argues all genders should wear their promiscuity with pride.