Meet the Tab Team for Easter 2017
The Tab is under new management
After a gruelling period of selection, evolution and reincarnation, the Tab team is back for Easter 2017.
Although we can’t say things won’t change, we can guarantee that all the tasty gossip, hot opinions, zesty features and high quality jurnalizm will be here to stay.
If you fancy being published in the University’s most read newspaper, pitch an idea to one of our section editors via the email addresses below, come to the writer’s meetings and join the Facebook writers group. If you’re considering joining the editorial team next term, we strongly encourage you to write for us first. Section editors tend to be selected from our group of best writers.
For article pitches email:
[email protected] if you want to be reporting on the kind of stories that get the whole university talking.
[email protected] if you want your voice to be heard on the important issues we deal with each day in Cambridge.
[email protected] if your college is getting ignored in every “What X is your college” or you’ve got some new ideas to bring to the paper’s most light hearted section
The Tab Team Easter 2017
Eddie Spence (Pembroke) and Dan Edwards (Girton) – [email protected]
Likes: Content, delegation and sacrificing their second year mark for journalism
Dislikes: Threats of legal action
Holly Smith (Pembroke), David Grounds (Churchill) and Alexandra Sive (Sidney Sussex)
Likes: Scheduling, staying up late at night
Maxim Hibbs (Queens) – [email protected]
Likes: Gossip, scandal and genuinely important stories
Dislikes: Being asked to promote your event/start up/brand
Michael Mcleish (Pembroke) – [email protected]
Likes: The Freedom of Information Act
Dislikes: Microsoft Excel
Lauren Morris (St Catherines) and Alice Ding (Jesus) – [email protected]
Leila Sackur (Murray Edwards) – Chief Features writer
Likes: Novel meditations on identity
Dislikes: Being compared to Buzzfeed
Sam Ashbridge (Magdalene) and Alison Cheung (Caius) – [email protected]
Likes: Well constructed pieces on the important issues (sexuality, university policy, clubbing)
Dislikes: Your opinions on Neoliberalism
Stella Swain (Churchill) – [email protected]
Likes: Well, theatre obviously
Dislikes: You asking to review your mate’s show
Georgia Hockenhull (Pembroke) – [email protected]
Likes: Huge Union line ups, selfies with celebrities
Dislikes: Overly lagered politicians dodging the question
Miles Kekwick (Girton)- [email protected]bcambridge.co.uk
Likes: Liveblogging Boat Race/Rugby/Football Varsity/ most Uni sport
Dislikes: Liveblogging Pro-tiddlywinks