Students

A Syrian teenager is fundraising to study at Cambridge

An offer-holder from the war-torn country has set up a GoFundMe page to help him afford his dream

Why #MeToo matters for all of us

Especially in Cambridge

Exclusive: Medwards will accept all trans women as students

Students previously had to be legally recognised as women under the Gender Recognition Act

A Summer of Racism

The past few months have been… a lot

Cambridge University advertises for full-time sexual assault and harassment adviser

It’s the first position of its kind at a British university

ELPD live-tweeted an entire night of patrolling MSU welcome week parties, and Twitter went wild

EL Police: Keeping you safe AND killin’ it on Twitter

Cambridge’s boycott of National Student Survey is successful

The boycott was organised by the NUS in an attempt to obstruct rises in tuition fees

Cambridge footballers punished by Jesus College for chanting about rape and sexual assault

Individuals shouted chants inciting rape to the infamous Chicago tune

The Tab meets Emma Thompson

Emma opened up about shagging in the Newnham toilets, ‘wanky’ theatricals and motorbikes

Cambridge flags at half mast for Manchester victims

Several Cambridge colleges are paying tribute to the victims of the attack in Manchester

Jonathan Pie comedian gives rape joke speech at Cambridge Union

Students claim Tom Walker trivialised sexual assault in shocking Union debate

The Tab talks to Katie Hopkins, who actually means everything she says

‘The bar for libel is lower than my labia’

Katie Hopkins Union appearance attracts bizarre disco demonstration

Protestors were seen dancing to 80s disco in garish clothes

Why we invited Katie Hopkins to speak at The Cambridge Union

It’s all about free debate

‘You’re so OCD’: Casually using mental health language is just reinforcing the stigma

We’re doing it without meaning to

Come on Cambridge, stop lying about access

The figures show things are getting worse

I had an abortion at Cambridge, and I was shocked at how taboo it still is

In an university with so many ‘clever’ people, I was shocked at how uneducated others were

It’s time to end archaic practices of drinking societies

The port and privilege culture has gone too far.

Cambridge’s appropriation of the working class makes for bitter social division

Nobody likes a phony, as Holden Caulfield would say, and as the U.S electorate’s distaste of Hillary Clinton would demonstrate.

Compulsory consent workshop left empty as not one fresher turns up

If a consent workshop occurs but no one is there to hear it, did it even happen?

Best clubbers: November special

It’s a new dance, no tango