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From keeping on top of revision to what to do when revision gets on top of you
We spoke to Emily about her excellent poem and how she finds poetry capable of conveying powerful statements
The Faculty is ‘gathering feedback’ from students on future exam formats
Who knew so many types of people could fit into our three tiny clubs?
Our second poet of the term, Emily, discusses the kitchen space, its destruction, and the role of motherhood in her poem ‘Expecting’
The change has been described as a ‘first win’ against Cambridge’s ‘internal gig-economy’
The marking and assessment boycott was due to start on Monday
Rich, talented and successful? Will never be me
With no eliminations and not a weak queen in the batch, this is truly a celebration of drag
Kane has a huge painting of his own face, and I think that’s all I need to say
The University of Bristol has been ordered to pay £50k in damages
Too many people accidentally selling worn pants for my liking
Legendary Legend Stars want what RuPeter Badges has
I haven’t stopped crying over the deeper meaning behind Matilda
This comes after the government cut ties with the union over these allegations
Only homemade salads and tap water for me now thanks
I love this album more than I love myself
He brushes off the case in a chat with Anna, but it turns out it’s worth tens of millions
Of course Viktor Krum had a glow up 🔥
The uni’s UCU claims staff at an Australian consultancy may be used to grade student essays
‘I made a mistake… I’m listening’
I want to live in a world where Jamie Lee Curtis has hotdogs for fingers
Starting to regret my life choices
They said it was ‘company policy’ because ginger people have ‘demonic energy’
Derry Girls will never die x
Happy Wayne Rooney court drawing day, to those who celebrate