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Class lists: The drama continues

Even if you opt-out your name could be on the online list…

Cambridge set to build underground transport network

Those West Cambridge commutes could become slightly less painful


Catch all the action as CUSU tries to sort it’s shit out

University Grace on harassment WITHDRAWN

It was due to pass this afternoon

YES campaign force CUSU to campaign for class lists

It’ll be up to CUSU to make sure the opt-out happens

150 sleeping rough in Cambridge: it’s “far easier to ignore the problem than to address it”

Why more people than ever are begging on Cambridge’s streets

Oxford votes YES to a disaffiliation referendum

OUSU decides to put NUS disaffiliation to a vote while the CUSU referendum decision will be made next week.

LET THERE BE LIGHT: City Council hears plea of students

City Council in lightbulb moment

Jesus College wants to build a swanky new science park but warns time is of the essence

With the Council anything but on-side, the College says it’s a now-or-never moment for Cambridge

Why I hate Cambridge tourism

Sure they bring in money, but at what cost?

Giant Rats Ready to Ravage Cambridge Residents

Giant mutant rats measuring up to 18 inches long have this week been terrifying residents across Cambridgeshire.

Computer Services Short Changed

A new report suggests that the university could be getting more zeros and ones for its money.

Chill Out, Charlie

JAMES COUNSELL takes on Charlie Bell and his imaginary Trots.

Fit Councillor

In the run up to the local elections, three student politicos fight for a bigger prize: FIT COUNCILLOR.

We Demand the Right to Party

Cärlchen Jupp attacks CUSU’s decision not to celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee.

Fees For Fair Access

Uni bigwigs have agreed investments in access with the Office for Fair Access in an attempt justify trebling fees.

To The Res-CUSU

Plans to slash bursaries given to Cambridge students have been shelved thanks to CUSU’s campaign.

Bursaries Saved

The University announced this afternoon that it would be making a U-Turn on its plans to slash bursaries as part of budget cuts.

Police In Punch Up With Protestors

The police have been accused of brutality after they pepper sprayed one student and allegedly hit another over the head during yesterday’s protests.

Cuts Protesters Arrested

Police have made three arrests after protesters disrupted a Council meeting on budget cuts.