Girton are offering wads of cash in a new competition for anyone who fancies themselves as the next big name in Cambridge.
Students at Sidney have been caught watching TV without a license and could face court and a fine of up to £1,000.
Despite the campaign to reject the proposal, University Dons have voted in favour of charging the maximum £9,000 fees.
Over 600 Oxbridge academics have signed an open letter to the Government calling for a public inquiry into tuition fees.
A senior tutor has claimed the government’s tuition fee policy is a “leap in the dark” and that it could damage state school intake.
University Minister David Willetts said top unis would look ‘silly’ if they opt to charge the maximum fees while others offer the same services at a lower price.
Nick Clegg has told Cambridge and Oxford that it’s “not up to them” to decide whether or not they should charge £9,000 tuition fees.
A report published on the University’s internal website has recommended charging students £9,000 a year tuition fees.