With very little time to go, Cambridge gets a massive boost
Julian Assange was clearly hoping he would be questioned about the backdrop to his videolink, musing “I think members of this Union are going to both love and hate the answer”
Another Michaelmas term sees another season’s Light Blue sports teams take to the field against the dark side.
If you haven’t booked yet, you may still have a chance…
WikiLeaks have produced a “Cambridge Union Statement Fact Checker”, retweeted The Tab and caused a Twitter storm
We all complain about its stuffy traditionalism, extortionate membership and the fact we never actually have any time to go, but this year’s line-up might persuade you otherwise
We sat down with Toby Marlow (the tamer) and Kate Reid (the shrew) to find out about Shakespeare, Americans and life on the road.
Victory for the tabs
GET HYPED FOR MAY WEEK
Your new college children are being tragic online
Seriously, why did I bother lugging myself all the way back to London to vote?
Can’t do PPE? Cambridge turns us into political animals anyway
There were six hundred votes in it
Is it a bird? Is it a plane?
TOM CRAWFORD is suitably impressed with Enter Shikari’s performance, but feels the band should stick to its biggest hits.
Got plans for 11th June? You do now.
In his second instalment, LYALL CUKIER looks ahead to the biggest releases of 2015.
Need some new music while reading Kierkegaard? Hopefully this’ll help you out.
LUKE HEPENSTALL-WEST tells us how 2015 is quite literally going to blow your mind