CUSU

Who’s-who of CUSU: The nominations

Campaigning begins at 9am today – but who is actually running?

CUSU will remain affiliated to the NUS (for now)

Affilation will be discussed again before the budget for 2017-18 is released

CUSU Council agenda shows 2200% increase in NUS fees

They were anticipated to be only £250

Cambridge beats Oxford in free speech rankings

#freezepeach

CLASS LISTS could change to opt-in system because of new laws

Remember the referendum?

VOTE NOW: Cambridge’s Top 100 BNOCs

Find out if YOU made the cut

The News Roundup Week 3: Protests and Post-Truth Propaganda

You’ve stopped caring about things that happen in Cambridge by week 3, so let us summarise it for you.

Could YOU be Cambridge’s Biggest BNOC?

Nominate a Cantab now

WomCam CONDEMNS the Union over tonight’s prostitution debate

The Facebook statement contained a condemnation of Julie Bindel, who will not be appearing at the debate.

One year since Giulio Regeni’s disappearance, there is still a long way to go

A year onwards: could we do more?

CUSU vote to BOYCOTT Student Satisfaction Survey

The decision was made at CUSU Council this evening.

NUS Vice President shuns “toxic level of debate” in response to allegations

Richard Brooks has issued a statement via social media against allegations made yesterday

BOYCOTT of Student Satisfaction Survey encouraged by CUSU

The National Student Satisfaction Survey is part of the TEF – suspected to increase fees

BREAKING: Cambridge fellows vote to SAVE Class Lists

727 voted against the Grace

WEEK EIGHT NEWS ROUNDUP: Classy Classics, 50 Cent, and Christmas Adverts

We made it! And, unfortunately for some, they also made the news.

CUSU cock up: NUS award entry filled with lies

As if nominating yourself for an award isn’t sad enough

Corpus votes to remain disaffiliated from CUSU

Is anyone else getting sick of all these referendums?

CHARITY THEFT: £700 stolen from RAG office

Three “charity boxes” were stolen.

YES campaign force CUSU to campaign for class lists

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

Cambridge students vote YES to keep class lists

55% of students want an easier opt-out system