The crime carries a penalty of up to six years in prison.
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.
TCS consigned to the scrap heap of online-only newspapers.
Outgoing Editor-in-Chief Elsa Maishman accused CUSU of “sheer incompetence”.
Bryan Organ, the commissioned artist, is well-known for his portrait of Princess Diana.
The result comes after a claim of a “specific case of sexual harassment that happened in the gym”.
Paper based on Tompkins Table data proposes “reducing the proportion of male students”.
But the college still hasn’t confirmed whether the Okukor will be repatriated.
The astrologers already knew.
No, not CUSU. The other one.
The shocking proposal comes from Eastern Europe, where the police use them to detain drunk revellers.
We interviewed the Emma mathmo running for CUSU prez. He likes free speech.
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.
We got locked into several locked rooms for an hour and had to solve a series of weirdly difficult challenges to get out.
Clare: Not so demure and friendly after all.
The Tab is giving out free CV points.
We promise to stop milking this stupid idea after this article. Really.
The college, with upfront costs of £80m, would have been the first since Robinson in 1977.
The attack happened two days before the Town vs Gown boxing match – just metres away at Guildhall.
This year’s MedSoc Ball was all about the fortune teller.
Or when a safe space ceases to be safe.
All the scintillating student bureaucracy goss we know you can probably wait to hear about
Slim prospects of marginal improvement
We round up the news
Lay off my intellectual property, says Fitz student
We spoke to Union members last week.
We spoke to Peter Tompkins of Tompkins Table fame.
ArcSoc’s Halloween ent – “The Metamorphosis” – morphed into a nightmare probably more appropriate for Halloween than planned.
Security was tight.
The tagline is: “Dear World … Yours, Cambridge”
Alice Pavey out on the mean streets of Cambridge. Sidney St, that is.
The Tab to abandon online operations, return to print
We went beyond the clichéd ones (Tiddlywinks, anyone?) to find Cambridge’s most obscure societies. *(AKA ones that are a tiny bit niche and were also willing to speak to us. Which was not that many.)
Caius’ Freshers’ Bop this Saturday has been cancelled after “a large number of complaints and incidents last night”.
“Cambridge is not some kind of hamlet whose roads aren’t used after midnight,” he said.
Non-religious, left-wing, feminist pro-lifers exist in Cambridge.
We have a right to be angry about cuts to maintenance grants.
Look forward to a jellyless garden party
Inspired by Newton, Trinity students are leading a campaign for change
TERESA BARON argues that sexism in Cambridge is a problem waiting to be exposed
*My understanding of what ethnographies actually involve is deeply shallow. I know that they are used in Social Anthropology. Please forgive any errors in the application of what is surely a rigorous and well-validated way of analysing human society.
The Tab isn’t the only thing you close when your mum walks in
NEAL POINTON tells us why we reached the wrong conclusion in Thursday’s Union debate.
Africa is not your playground
Tories aren’t so different from you and me
If you’re not going to vote, come up with a better excuse, says XAVIER BISITS.
The Tories don’t just deserve a chance – they have a chance in Cambridge, argues CHARLES FISHER in part three of the Tab’s new series, ‘Who to vote for in Cambridge and why you should give a shit’
In a first for the college, students have been caught not studying
Julian Huppert is the Chosen One, argues REECE EDMENDS in part one of the Tab’s new series: ‘Who to vote for in Cambridge and why you should give a shit’
MEGGIE FAIRCLOUGH would like to draw your attention to a fascinating parallel.
MEGGIE FAIRCLOUGH fears the prospect of having college kids.
Lose your cynicism, people. Long-distance relationships can work.
XAVIER BISITS on Cambridge’s penchant for bickering.