CUCFS: Meet the models

Spoiler alert: they’re fit

This house believes Churchill is no hero

A reflection on the Union Debate

An Interview with Tony Schwartz: Trump’s Ghost Writer

Getting comment from the inside.

Behind the scenes of the Conscious Oxbridge Mental Health Ball

The Oxbridge ball that’s making a difference

The Tab talks to: Ibz Mo

Cambridge’s hottest YouTuber

INTERVIEW: What it’s really like to pose naked for RAG

Frostbite, baby oil and unsuspecting milkmen

The Tab Interviews: A Trinity May Ball Ticket

The most-talked about, hottest, and most desirable Cambridge BNOC, A Trinity May Ball Ticket, chats *exclusively* with the Tab

The Tab Talks to the Guilty Feminist

Deborah Frances – White, host of The Guilty Feminist podcast, discusses free speech, comedy, and dismantling the patriarchy

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The Tab DOESN’T talk to Jacob Rees-Mogg at the Cambridge Union

The iconic, controversial Conservative MP doesn’t chat to the Tab on his contested views on gay marriage, abortions, and feminism

JAMES BLUNT talks singing, stalking and twitter with the Tab

‘Putting out a song about stalking isn’t the way to get the One’. James Blunt opens up about the misinterpretation of his biggest hit in interview.

‘The misogyny that has been a bedrock of not just my industry has to stop’: An interview with Bryan Cranston at the Cambridge Union

The Breaking Bad star on tackling Hollywood’s ‘patriarchal power grid’

Munroe Bergdorf talks about oppression, intersectionality and speaking out

‘If I monitor everything I say it would be watering down what I mean’

Union Presidential Elections: The Tab interviews Andrea and Maria

They talk Paris Hilton, stealing bikes and Christmas at the Obama household

RAG is changing – the university’s biggest society just got more charitable

The Tab talks to Louis Slater, the Chair of Cambridge RAG

THE TAB MEETS: Dustin Lance Black

“It’s up to us to make sure Donald Trump is the last gasp of a dying dinosaur”

One refugee who survived a perilous journey to Britain is now studying at Cambridge

The Tab talks to Rabia Nasimi