Cindies

How to smash the week five blues

Show sadness who’s boss

Cambridge things we’d throw on the bonfire

Because, sometimes it can feel like everything’s going up in flames

A beginner’s guide to impressing your home friends

Or how to trick them into thinking Cambridge life is normal

Clubbers of the Week: Week Two/Three

No one is safe

The Cambridge Breakup Guide

Does it take you three hours in Cindies or two years of pain?

A Week in Crisis: The First Essay

Week Five Blues? More like Week Twos.

Clubbers of the Week: Freshers’ Spectacular

No one is safe

A close reading of your favourite club hits, by a Cambridge English student

The real literature today can be found in unexpected places

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

Cambridge Etiquette, the Freshers’ Edition: Back to sCool

Too cool for school

TAB TRIES: Exam term clubbing

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

Le Guide Chipelin: Who makes the best chips in Cambridge?

Have you ever wondered what the best chips in Cambridge are? Night-food connoisseur, native to the land of the deep-fried Snickers, found out for you.

Has Cindecent Exposure Gone Too Far?

Or is this article just too meta?

Clubbers of the Week

No one is safe

In defence of the Junction and what it stands for

If you think it’s just about upper middle-class ravers trying to act street, then you’re wrong.

Queens’ student on trial for sexually assaulting fellow student

Prithvi Sridhar, 21, is said to have forced himself on the alleged victim after taking her home on a night out.

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