‘Somalinimo’: Meet the Somali women of Cambridge University

The Cambridge Tab speaks to filmmakers Awa Farah and Alice Aedy about their latest documentary Somalinimo

Interview: Aidan Tulloch on releasing a new EP between Lent Term and lockdown

‘Somewhere Without Lights’ is the English student’s second full-length EP

Meet the Cambridge freshers singing to raise money for cancer charities

In memory of Katie MacRae, the incoming choral scholars have made a lockdown version of ‘Let My Love Be Heard’

Liberal Lonely Hearts: An online date for charity to heat up your summer

‘If it ends up being true love, CULA will subsidise the wedding’

‘Subject Slurring’: A new and intoxicating Cambridge-based web series

‘Let’s get people drunk on the radio and ask them questions’

‘Leaving Cambridge initially didn’t feel real’: Graduates of 2020 on their last term

Swapping a graduation hood for a lockdown beard, and May Balls for socially-distanced BBQs

Meet Loud and Clear: The project challenging the culture around sexual assault

From reforming reporting procedures to bystander intervention workshops, this Clare College project is working to effect change

‘It will be a full stop for us’: Eastern European students on the loss of home fee status

Eastern European students predict that the loss of EU home fee status means the end for Cambridge applications from the region

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Meet the Cambridge rugby lads running to fight racism

‘Posting an Instagram story or signing a couple of petitions is not enough’

‘Coronavirus Tutoring Initiative’: How one Oxford student is helping thousands of children in lockdown

The Cambridge Tab spoke to the founder of this initiative for students without remote access to private tutoring

Meet the only black female student in the entire Cambridge music faculty

Her diss is called ‘Amanda Aldridge: The Black Woman That Music Forgot’

Profiles in Prominence: The Tab talks to the Cambridge Union Women’s Officer Lara Brown

‘I’m not one to kiss and tell’

‘I didn’t have anywhere to go’: How students from unstable regions handled news of lockdown

The way in which colleges handled the accommodation situation during the pandemic shed a light on the underlying inequalities in Cambridge

‘Aspiration isn’t the problem, it’s access to the advice and access to role models’: The Tab talks to Target Oxbridge

The proportion of black students in Cambridge is on the rise, but there is still more to be done

‘I’m not a victim, I’m interested in helping people’: Dylan Kawende on crowdfunding his Cambridge Law degree

The son of Rwandan genocide refugees has currently raised £24,000 of his target £66,000

‘Not everybody has a dedicated office space and a Macbook Air’: Oxford grad creates app to help improve access to university

The Cambridge Tab meets Joe Seddon, founder of social enterprise Zero Gravity