Faces of Cambridge: Lockdown without a home

The lockdown jeopardises social support and material provision for the most vulnerable in our society

Faces of Cambridge: Why has it taken a pandemic for the Government to address the homelessness crisis?

Having a roof over your head is a basic human right

‘This coronavirus gave xenophobic people justification’: Speaking out against racism during the pandemic

The #speakout movement fights against xenophobia in Cambridge.

How the COVID-19 pandemic is also a class-based issue

Working classes, as well as students dependent on part-time jobs, will be plunged into poverty

Cambridge University fails to provide students with any clarity amidst global pandemic

University ‘amber’ contingency plan is at odds with recent advice from PM Boris Johnson

Cambridge University’s response to Covid-19 shows a real lack of initiative and students deserve better

Why is the University waiting for our government to mandate changes before it acts?

Faces of Cambridge: Giving the homeless a voice – a series

Part 5: “He was dead from the cold. And this is what they’re doing” – how insensitive Council policies affect rough sleepers

Why CUSU needs to undergo democratic reform and shed its ideological bias

“I have been called a ‘Tory’ and accused of peddling ‘right-wing dogwhistles’” – The Tab speaks to Peter McLaughlin

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Lon-do or Lon-don’t?

Is it only rats that join the rat race?

Why there’s no need to feel pressure to go to a May Ball

There’s more than one way to enjoy May Week

From Warwick to Cambridge, universities are letting sexual assault survivors down

The Trinity Hall scandal further exposes universities’ mishandling of sexual assault cases

Regional diversity, and why Cambridge lacks it

A new investigation into Cambridge Admission Statistics

What is the Gender Expression Fund and why every college should have one

Clare, Girton, Robinson and Jesus are the first colleges to adopt the scheme

Improving access isn’t discrimination, it’s redressing a balance

A fairer distribution of opportunity should be the aim of any education system

Explanations or excuses? Working St John’s May Ball

Would you call a lack of a three-course meal exploitation? No, I wouldn’t either

John’s May Ball will work you to the ground and make you pay them for the privilege

Fancy minimum wage? Oh wait, proper payment isn’t even guaranteed…