On behalf of the Cambridge University Conservative Association
But only those from STEM subjects to begin with
JOEL COLLICK reflects on the election results and the satire and depth of HATS new show ‘The Coalition’
Former CUCA Chairman and disappointed Tory CALLUM WOOD thinks dismissing UKIP out of hand is ultimately silly
CUSU have criticised the government for not allocating enough cash to its National Scholarship programme, which aims to help poorer kids go to uni.
It’s not sexy, argues CHARLIE CADYWOULD, but it is important.
Uni Minister David Willetts played a game of cat-and-mouse with protesters last night, as he tried to avoid them interrupting his talk in Cambridge.
Why are concerns about the rise in tuition fees are based on emotional association rather than on reason.
Students gathered outside Cambridge station yesterday to protest MP Huppert’s plans to vote for the scrapping of EMA, but Huppert was a no-show.
TOM MOULE: “Vince was no longer Britain’s golden boy, and his recent antics have left many people wondering why on earth he was ever front-runner in the race to become Chancellor of the Exchequer.”
The peaceful protest in London against raising tuition fees descended into violence after the reforms were passed.
The full report on todays General Assembly, which saw the protestors fight against the cuts compared to “Dumbledore’s Army fighting Voldemort”.
TALIA RICHARD-CARVAJAL and MONA EBERT attempted to go a regular day as their 1961 Mad Men-inspired alter-egos, spending 24 hours(ish) without any modern technology whatsoever. Read how they got on here.