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Cambridge SU votes to support possible University and College Union strikes

The SU also voted in support of signing the Night Club Safety appeal

Cambridge Pride to bounce back with fund-raising ‘party of the year’

Held at Junction, the event will feature live music, DJ performances and cabaret

Just one in 20 students feel safe on a night out in Cambridge

A further three-quarters of respondents said that safety is a large factor in considering when or where to go out

Fastest sell out ever for Varsity Ski Trip 2021

Ticketbridge right now is every man for themselves…

Jesus College Cambridge to return Benin Bronze to Nigeria

The college will be one of the first institutions to return looted bronze statues to Nigeria

Stephen Fry, Matt Hancock and Derren Brown to speak at the Cambridge Union in Michaelmas 2021

The Union released its termcard today, including all in-person events and a visit from H.R.H Prince Charles

Cam in the Dam: Cambridge students to take over Amsterdam in the Lent holidays

The latest solution to pandemic blues: an organised trip for 1500 Cambridge students to travel to Amsterdam

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Cows about Cambridge raise over £250,000 for charity

The most popular statute, MooMoo-o-Tron III, sold for £16,000

Oxbridge JCRs and MCRs to be exempt from free speech law

The exemption has been condemned as a ‘ridiculous’ double standard by Labour MPs

Replica grenade causes bomb scare along River Cam

The grenade caused an area to be temporarily shut to the public

Professor Stephen Toope resigns as Vice-Chancellor

Toope will complete his final year as Vice-Chancellor, stepping down in September 2022, after five years in the role

Dominic Cummings claims Cambridge University students are ordering drugs on the dark web

The former aid to the Prime Minister has criticised the Home Office for failing to curb prescription drug use

Jesus College launches free course on being an active bystander in a ‘post #MeToo world’

The Global edX course aims to ‘drive change’ and reduce sexual harassment and violence

Cambridge University weekly Coronavirus Testing Programme to continue

Students are also encouraged to get tested before, and upon their arrival at Cambridge University

Meet the diverse range of new visiting fellows at Jesus College, Cambridge

The nine new fellows areas of expertise include activism, curatorship, music and media to politics and bio-science