ALASDAIR PAL on our highest-ranking ball ever. The first verdict from a reviewer who didn’t leave halfway through.
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“It would be hilarious if the situation wasn’t so grave.” ALASDAIR PAL on Louis Theroux’s latest offering.
ALASDAIR PAL: ‘Billie Piper spends most of her time gurning up to her ears, like a botoxed chimp trying to blag its way out of animal testing’.
“It looks a bit like a scene from Antiques Roadshow, except I appear on half the antiques.” ALASDAIR PAL goes life modelling.
ALASDAIR PAL: “Chalk this one up as a victory for tools and teenagers everywhere.”
We promised you the full files, and now, The Tab presents some of the strangest deanings Cambridge has ever seen: including hamsters, police dogs, a casino and plenty of vomit.
How transparent is college and University discipline? Not very, as it turns out. In the first of a two-part series, we explore how the system works, and how YOU have been dealt with.
6/9: ALASDAIR PAL and LOTTIE UNWIN investigate just why every Indian wants their picture with them
Eleven easy ways to waste away half an hour – The Tab team’s favourite blogs.
Bank bosses were forced to take action yesterday after customers complained the stench of CANNABIS was putting them off their transactions.
Gavin Rice, ex-head of the Cambridge student Tory Party has been attacked after sending a hoax email to the Labour Women’s Officer – pretending to be a woman.
A table tennis obsessed Sheikh is among the cast of eccentric and unsavoury characters donating to the 800th Anniversary Fund.
Newnham students have received a JCR email with a difference – telling them not to have NOISY SEX late at night.
Confusion has struck the planning of many May Balls, with a number of colleges choosing identical themes.
George Owers, head of CULC, has sensationally accused the Russell Group of spinning ‘outrageous lies and misrepresentation’.
Staff and students have lashed out at Gordon Brownâ€™s proposed Â£2.5 BILLION cut in higher education spending.
A French witch, first seen in the The Tab in October, now plans to stand in the next election.
After a term of student excess, Cambridge locals reclaimed the city centre on New Yearâ€™s Eve, with a shocking display of drinking.