Alcohol

The Tab’s Alternative Prospectus

Abandon hope, all ye who enter here.

A totally respectable guide to healthy drinking

If you’re gunna do it, do it right

Clubbers of the Week: Freshers’ Spectacular

No one is safe

Cambridge Clubbing: A beginner’s guide

What a strange world of VKs, chinos and cheese we have

Cambridge students are officially the hardest working in the UK

In other news, water is wet

We asked freshers what they thought Cambridge would be like

I’ll no doubt pronounce ‘tapenade’ wrong and no one will talk to me

The Tab’s Ultimate Cambridge A-Z, Part 1

I got 26 problems and Cambridge is every single one

Here’s everything you’ll need to survive Freshers’ week

Do you prioritise the toastie maker or the drugs?

May-Ballers of the Week

No one is safe

Tab Guide to filling the post-exam void

If you have yet to finish your exams, lol.

TAB TRIES: Exam term clubbing

It is ten times more depressing than you think it would be.

FOOD COLUMN: Rum’n’Lime Refresher

Because at this point, we all need a drink.

Mental health and heavy drinking: Alastair Campbell returns to Cambridge with a warning

Campbell speaks of the “worst possible way to start a new life.”

Which “which arbitrary thing is your college” article is your college?

Much aware, very tabception.

CSI CAMBRIDGE: How rowdy is your college?

Robinson reports a shocking 53 incidents to the police while John’s comes second with 30.

Alcoholism: The dark side of Cambridge

One recovering alcoholic’s message to everyone lost at the bottom of a bottle.

Landslide threatens to harm world-famous Mathematical Bridge

Queens’ students left in a state of shock after their normally pristine green turf was disrupted by a landslide

Life is too short for Dry January

Dry January is shit. Yes I may be marginally richer, but I like alcohol, and I’m not afraid to admit it.

Fuck Cambridge lad culture – tits, bevs and banter belong in the past

Let’s bury lad culture with the ghost of first term

I drunkenly wrote an article on pulling after a night in Cindies

Fuelled by VKs and patriarchy-smashing fervour.