Avoiding the obvious pun, let’s just say PIERS RILEY-SMITH’S high hopes were dashed in his review of Dickens’ much adapted epic.
Lord Sainos is the new top dog in Cambridge. We went to one of his many houses to see what people thought about the result.
Lord Sainsbury is the new Chancellor of Cambridge University and when compared to the other candidates, it is difficult to deny that he deserves this prestigious title.
Lord Sainsbury has been elected Chancellor. Check out the latest reaction, have your say, and read a conclusive round up of the events right here.
In an unsurprising result, Lord Sainsbury has won the race to be the next chancellor of the uni. Are you happy with the result?
Excitement (and a queue) is building along King’s Parade as alumni flock to vote and rumours and scandals start to swirl in the chancellor elections.
As the elections for Chancellor get underway, we talk to the candidates about what they hope to achieve and how they rate their chances.
Celebrity alumni Derek Jacobi and Stephen Fry have thrown their weight behind Brian Blessed in the race for Chancellor.
Culture Editor HOLLY STEVENSON gives you a good dose of all things cultural to cure your Freshers’ flu. Swallow it, it’s good for you.
It doesn’t matter if Brian Blessed becomes Chancellor, whoever gets elected will have little sway in the day-to-day running of the University. And besides, we already have two Sainsbury’s in Cambridge.
Al Murray, Jeremy Paxman and Sir Roger Moore will feature as highlights of the Cambridge Union Society’s termcard. You heard it here first.
Freshers’ Week will be overrun with reality TV stars this year, with the Union hosting stars of Made In Chelsea and Arg from TOWIE DJing at Life.
The Tab can confirm that Brian Blessed has accepted his nomination as Chancellor. As long as all nominations are sound, there WILL be a contest for the position next term.