Opinion

PARADISE PAPERS: Why Cambridge students should campaign for divestment

Let’s make a noise in this city of libraries

There is more to Cambridge than supervisions and stress, and the university needs to acknowledge it

Emails are just the beginning

Same-sex college marriage is not a last resort

Need I say it’s 2017, people…

There is nothing trivial about sexual harassment

Swaps, clubs, and opening up about sexual harassment in Cambridge

Can everyone stop saying “It’s okay to be mediocre”?

Just because there are some superhumans at Cambridge doesn’t mean the rest of us are talentless.

The Cambridge trigger warnings coverage is a masterpiece of misreporting

They’ve completely misunderstood what trigger warnings do

Why everyone hates vegans

“End vegetable cruelty”

Why does everyone want to know what I’m doing after uni?

And no, it’s not consultancy

It’s okay to be a “corporate sell-out”

From someone that’s doing it right now

Feeling lonely? You’re not alone

If we aren’t careful, the Cambridge lifestyle can easily bully meaningful social contact out of the picture.

Why are we still acting surprised at the number of Londoners at Oxbridge?

It’s clear that pupils from London and the southeast still dominate

David Lammy’s condemnation of Oxbridge ignores systematic Russell Group inequality

Lammy is right: Oxbridge is failing underpriviledged students. But admissions statistics shows that it goes beyond Oxbridge.

Why the government’s legislation on no-platforming is both impractical and concerning

In their attack on safe spaces, the Tory government have managed to combine freedom of speech with authoritarianism

Why are Cambridge students so obsessed with League Tables?

Our obsession with league tables is unproductive and reveals insecurities.

Why #MeToo matters for all of us

Especially in Cambridge

In defence of doing absolutely nothing at Cambridge

From a world-expert in the field

Why which college you go to matters

It has a huge influence

Reflections on Cambridge after a year abroad

When people ask me how my year abroad in Japan went, I usually say “it was interesting”.