9am: cure cancer. 11am: brunch…
The culture of careers at Cambridge differs substantially depending on who you talk to
The end is nigh! Week Seven has passed, and we are all crawling to the finish line, for better or worse.
Quintus est in smoking area
VOTE NOW: We didn’t include Land Economy, just to make things a bit more interesting
MYSTIC MALCOLM brings dubious news of the future. What will your fate be?
BEX SENTANCE rounds up some more of our most wonderfully weird academics.
LAURA GRAYLING goes to ancient Rome (i.e. Girton College, Cambridge) for an authentic Roman banquet courtesy of the university Classics’ society.
MARY BEARD: “Once naughty, always naughty!” HOLLY STEVENSON talks to Britain’s best known Classicist about Jamie’s Dream School, Kate and Wills’ wedding, and being ‘the thinking man’s Ann Widdecombe.’
This week, LOUISE RIPLEY-DUGGAN tries sleeping, working, and not going out. And, the results are amazing.
After the dubious success of Tab Chat-Up Lines, Mark I, five brave men tested a few more unconventional gems. Expressions of loathing, slaps and offers of prayers for their damaged souls ensued.
TAMARA ASTOR is very happy to see a very sad play very well done.
Mary Beard has slammed Simon Schama’s role as an advisor on the new history curriculum.
Department left shame-faced after mis-quoting Aristotle on their front door.
Can’t be arsed to read? DUNCAN STIBBARD HAWKES returns to tell you which Classics look best.