St. Catherine’s unveils pioneering replica of celebrated Artemisia Gentileschi portrait

The Self Portrait as Saint Catherine of Alexandria now takes pride of place at St Catharine’s College Chapel.

Week 6 Poem of the Week: ‘Five Minutes’ by Sasha Brealey

Sasha talks to us about the concept of time in her poem and describes how university has helped her explore writing further

Week 5 Poem of the Week: ‘Away From Home’ by Bernice Chan

Our fifth Poet of the Week, Bernice, speaks about her experience of separation from her home and culture

Week 4 Poem of the Week: ‘Panchali’ by Vinith Bhandari

We spoke to Vinith over Zoom about the background to his Indian epic-inspired poem

Culture Trip Week Four: Summer Will Come

The last recommendations before exams!

Week 3 Poem of the Week: ‘These are my Identities’ by Emily Nixon

We spoke to Emily about her excellent poem and how she finds poetry capable of conveying powerful statements

Culture Trip Week Three: Procrastination

Recommendations to justify my procrastination

Best Bookshops in Cambridge

Your tell-all guide to the best bookish hideaways of the town

Heard something you think
we should know?

We want to look into your case


Culture Trip Week Two: Throwback

A few throwback-themed, time-before-exams, good vibe recommendations.

Week 2 Poem of the Week: ‘Expecting’ by Emily Freeman

Our second poet of the term, Emily, discusses the kitchen space, its destruction, and the role of motherhood in her poem ‘Expecting’

Week 1 Poem of the Week: ‘The Grave’ by Megan Latham

Our first poet of the term, Megan, discusses the lighter side to a dark concept and gives an insight into her creative process

Culture Trip Week One: Escape Exams

Our recommendations to help you escape from reality and deny the upcoming summer exams

The Tab sits down with the youngest ever winner of the National Poetry Prize

‘Poetry is sort of an escape, it is an escape away from the constraints that we place on ourselves during our daily life, a space where you can be honest with yourself’

“Poem of the Week” Easter Submissions OPEN NOW!

Submit your poems NOW for our Easter Term “Poem of the Week” Feature!

We visited The Box Room, Cambridge’s first board game café

Cambridge’s first board game café has opened on Regent Street – we went along to check it out

Review: Hockney’s Eye at the Fitzwilliam Museum

A bold new take on the limits of an exhibition as it merges with the permanent collection