Goodbye My Friends: On Going on a Year Abroad

“Now this is not the end. It is not even the beginning of the end. But it is, perhaps, the end of the beginning.”

REVIEW: Robinson May Ball

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Horoscopes: the May Week edition

What May (Week) be on the cards for you?

An ode to first year Law

How to get away with murder

An open letter to a John’s May Ball Ticket

To yours truly from every Cantab ever xoxo

Outrage over speaker’s remarks at CUCA termly dinner

Journalist James Delingpole joked about Jimmy Saville and was dismissive about sex with underage girls

‘Scouting for Girls’ RETURNS to Cambridge

For second May Week in a row!

May Ball Etiquette for Ladies | The Periodical

How to take on May Week like a proper lady

Cambridge undergrad racially abused at GP surgery

Fresher told “Brexit, go home” after calling out sexist remarks

Love Island and Oxbridge: why do people want to link the two?

Sexy Singles = Tripos Try-hards

‘Most influential black Briton’ intervenes on University’s side in ‘dearth of black students’ debate

‘It is not the universities that need assistance’, says Sir Kenneth Olisa

Open letter from the university responds to reports of a ‘dearth of black applicants’

‘We believe a more honest and comprehensive understanding of the issues is needed’

Naughty News Column: Week Who Even Knows Anymore?

For those of you with a lack of purpose and too much free time

Student Journalism: What’s the point?

A takedown of Cambridge’s clogged student paper scene

Do the Cambridge admissions statistics reveal a black access problem?

The latest admissions statistics reveal plenty of issues to address, but BME outreach should not be at the top of the list

Kings Affair headlining act REVEALED

Get excited for the edgiest party in May Week

A three-year-old Cambridge start-up has just raised a record $100m to transform healthcare

Founded as Cambridge Medical Robotics only three years ago, its technology may transform surgery

Now it’s Cambridge’s turn: Black students admissions stats revealed

Six colleges admitted fewer than 10 black students in five years