One man’s reflection on how he went from a steadfast CUSU opponent to a sceptical supporter
Students could have been compensated hundreds of pounds each by the University
CUSU’s finances are in disarray
CUSU Presidential candidate DAISY EYRE discusses what CUSU could look like under her leadership.
Cry, cry and cry some more
Affilation will be discussed again before the budget for 2017-18 is released
They were anticipated to be only £250
The decision was made at CUSU Council this evening.
‘Peterhouse should not pay unnecessary fees to an organisation that operates with such incompetency and inefficiency’
The NUS Referendum and the fate of TCS are about to be decided
Save yourself some time, skip to the foregone conclusion.
A survey of 20 colleges’ JCR elections by The Tab this week revealed students’ unwillingness to get involved in the dreary world of student politics.
CUSU president Tom Chigbo has been reprimanded for breaking key election rules relating to the NUS referendum which opened today.
A key meeting of the CUSU Council broke up in confusion on Tuesday night.
CUSU was today split down the middle by a row over its membership of the National Union of Students.
ED CUMMING argues CUSU needs to die or be cut back.