Catch all the action as CUSU tries to sort it’s shit out
Outgoing Editor-in-Chief Elsa Maishman accused CUSU of “sheer incompetence”.
And you should really take notice…
Labour’s toxic combo of cuts in fees and government spending leaves Cambridge threatened
Cärlchen Jupp isn’t enamoured with the standard entitlement culture that pervades Cambridge.
Controversial Tory Uni Minister David Willetts has been told to ‘Fuck Off’ by students at the Cambridge Union Society this evening.
The union’s cause is good, but their methods are questionable. Today’s strikes risk doing more harm than good.
Around two hundred members of the Uni marched through town today to show support for the national day of action against government plans.
Lily Cole joined Cambridge activists in yesterday’s protests, despite an “excessive” police presence.
Libby Purvis’ recent Times article fails to consider the fact that freshers want to have fun, regardless of student debt they’ll have to face in three years.
Al Murray, Jeremy Paxman and Sir Roger Moore will feature as highlights of the Cambridge Union Society’s termcard. You heard it here first.
TOM MOULE argues against a press spin of peaceful protests against the cuts in London this weekend.
Protesters have grown tired of their grassroots campaign and called off their lawn occupation after just two nights.
JONNY WALKER talks about why he’s at Cambridge, and why we should widen access.
King’s College Student Union has issued a statement strongly condemning the actions of the police in the protest last week.
CUSU are urgently rushing to save Cambridge bursaries, facing a race against time to drum up academic support.
The police have been accused of brutality after they pepper sprayed one student and allegedly hit another over the head during yesterday’s protests.
University Minister David Willetts said top unis would look ‘silly’ if they opt to charge the maximum fees while others offer the same services at a lower price.