Xavier Bisits
Cambridge Editor

Police investigate Cambridge rowers for “causing unnecessary suffering to an animal” after wildlife are killed

The crime carries a penalty of up to six years in prison.

EXCLUSIVE: It’s democracy gone mad as students push for ANOTHER referendum – this time on class lists

Some students BOOED at Senate House when it was announced that the public reading of maths results was to be discontinued – and now a petition has been launched by students angry at the proposed abolition of class lists.

BREAKING: CUSU Council votes to kill print edition of The Cambridge Student – after two ties in dramatic vote

TCS consigned to the scrap heap of online-only newspapers.

17-year print run of The Cambridge Student under threat after “frankly disgusting” CUSU cuts

Outgoing Editor-in-Chief Elsa Maishman accused CUSU of “sheer incompetence”.

WHERE’S THE MONEY COMING FROM? Pembroke fellows in pickle over pricey Dearlove portrait

Bryan Organ, the commissioned artist, is well-known for his portrait of Princess Diana.

Selwyn grads vote to REJECT women’s hour in gym after claims it would amount to “segregation”

The result comes after a claim of a “specific case of sexual harassment that happened in the gym”.

ANALYSIS: Colleges with more women get more firsts

Paper based on Tompkins Table data proposes “reducing the proportion of male students”.

Jesus students victorious as college agrees to remove stolen Benin Bronze from hall

But the college still hasn’t confirmed whether the Okukor will be repatriated.

EXCLUSIVE: Newnham secures Top 10 duo as headliner

The astrologers already knew.

Newnhamite Asia Lambert wins election to become Cambridge Union President

No, not CUSU. The other one.

University backtracks on plans to install “drunk tanks” outside college plodges

The shocking proposal comes from Eastern Europe, where the police use them to detain drunk revellers.

JOHN SIME: “Boris Johnson’s a lad.”

We interviewed the Emma mathmo running for CUSU prez. He likes free speech.

Missionaries, presidents and royalty: The first black men to attend Cambridge University

Nnenda Chinda, who co-founded the Black Cantabs initiative, said the project was inspired by the need to make black students aware of their history in the university.

BREAKING: Caius announces May Ball theme

It’s long and in Latin.

Tab Tries: Cambridge Escape Rooms

We got locked into several locked rooms for an hour and had to solve a series of weirdly difficult challenges to get out.

Clare May Ball Committee forced into “full ticket recall” after college revolts at ticket blunders

Clare: Not so demure and friendly after all.

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Tab’s BIGGEST BNOCs: Special Mentions + Top 50

We promise to stop milking this stupid idea after this article. Really.

EXCLUSIVE: How Cambridge considered creating its first new college since 1977

The college, with upfront costs of £80m, would have been the first since Robinson in 1977.

Market Square thugs knock out ‘Cambridge uni fucker’ in random attack

The attack happened two days before the Town vs Gown boxing match – just metres away at Guildhall.