Return of students to Cambridge for in-person teaching is ‘unlikely’ before 17th May

In an email to students, the Vice-Chancellor Stephen Toope said that he was “disappointed” by the uncertainty

Magdalene College, Cambridge defeated by Warwick in the University Challenge Grand Final

Magdalene were defeated by a margin of 55 points in the Grand Final of the quiz programme’s 50th series

Old Cambridge Fez venue to reopen on 21st June as brand new MASH Nightclub

The club will have a zero tolerance policy towards any forms of racism, sexism, misogyny, homophobia, transphobia, ableism or aggression

Cambridge defeats Oxford in the Boat Race 2021

This year’s races on the River Great Ouse in Ely were both won by the Cambridge teams

BREAKING: Girton College announces new accommodation block to be built on the Cindies site

Girton hopes to keep the integrity of the club alive

Homerton appoint first Black male Head of an Oxbridge College

He was knighted in 2019 following his work on education access and ethnic minority political engagement

Three Extinction Rebellion activists found guilty of criminal damage of Cambridge colleges

An NHS worker, a teacher, and a Gonville and Caius alumnus were found guilty in Peterborough Magistrates’ Court this morning

Archaeologists uncover structure from medieval nunnery at Jesus College

Archaeologists say that the find is a significant step towards understanding the college’s early history

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Cambridge counselling waiting times are currently 4-5 weeks, not two like Toope said

You can currently expect to wait over half a term to access counselling from the UCS

Plans for road between Cambridge and Oxford have been scrapped

The Transport Secretary’s announcement will cut off Oxford from the UK’s primary centre of learning

Week eight news column: The World Bollard Association, hornbooks and welfare cake

The last news column of term… and more news on Jesus Green Lido…

Reading week update: Cambridge SU receive student mandate to change Cambridge term structure

The proposal outlines plans for the introduction of a Reading Week, as well as a Monday-Sunday week format

Week seven news column: Eco-fridges, grenades and THURSDAY

Last term they found an electric scooter in the river, this term they found a grenade…

Cambridge University Netball Club to race Oxford the length of the UK to raise money for charity

Cambridge University Ladies’ Netball Club are attempting to raise £3,000 for Cambridge Women’s Aid

Private school intake at Oxbridge is rapidly decreasing, new research shows

‘The reality is that there are groups at Cambridge that are massively over-represented’

Cambridge SU election results 2021: Meet your new SU team

Meet your next Cambridge SU officers!