Why are we still acting surprised at the number of Londoners at Oxbridge?

It’s clear that pupils from London and the southeast still dominate

So you really want a love affair with your supervisor?

When you want far more than the reading list…

News Column: Moody Magdalene, Laundry Lamentations and CUSU Conundrums

Read it to make sure you’re not in it

Baewatch: Getting a date with the love of your life

Ooh romantic progression

Zero Carbon Society accuses University of being ‘undemocratic’ after Sidgwick drama

They said the University is being ‘undemocratic’ and of ‘stifling debate’, allegations that the University stringently denies

Students banned from spending year abroad in Palestine

They’ve been banned after a series of problems

Cambridge University create ‘Breaking the Silence’ online platform to tackle sexual assault and harassment

“Breaking the silence” is the codification of many old policies into one centralised place, while the construction of many new policies, such as a new anonymous form to monitor sexual assault and harassment

Review: Rights of Passage

A harrowing performance with a sprinkle of hope, based on true stories.

REVIEW: BOYS

An utter must-see, though you won’t be comfortable

The Tab’s guide to the perfect college proposal

How 2 get hitched

David Lammy’s condemnation of Oxbridge ignores systematic Russell Group inequality

Lammy is right: Oxbridge is failing underpriviledged students. But admissions statistics shows that it goes beyond Oxbridge.

How I gained marketable skills by running a One Direction fan blog

Endorse me on LinkedIn?

A lesson for my past self: sex is messy

By messy, I mean sticky and smelly

Why it’s worth checking out the Cambridge Charity fair

Overcome your hangover and saunter over to the guildhall

Today is your last chance to sign up for RAG LOST

Escape the bubble without spending a penny of your own money, all whilst getting a hit of altruism

The Tab meets Scaramucci at the Union

‘The Mooch’ on Trump, those ten days and Twitter

Why the government’s legislation on no-platforming is both impractical and concerning

In their attack on safe spaces, the Tory government have managed to combine freedom of speech with authoritarianism

Government declares war on safe spaces claiming they infringe freedom of speech

New legislation aims to clamp down on no platforming