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Jack Benda and Ellie Olcott round up the weekly news
The Marshall Society, perhaps taking the “Midas” theme a little too far at first, have now reduced the £85 ticket price
Tired of the monotonous taste of regular condoms? MELISSA JONES is here to explore the more exotic variety…
Petty criminality within the Pembroke History Society see harsh repercussions for the historians.
Katie Price has accused Union members of being rude at dinner, as part of an attack on private education.
LEAF ARBUTHNOT has returned, throwing herself yet again at a whirlwind adventure of salad bars and till ladies. All hail to the Queen of Munch.
Culinary seduction; HANNAH GELBART discovers the way to a student’s heart is through their stomach, via one of these four great restaurants.
Three Cantabs with very different diets: sporting, religious and medical. ANNA SHEINMAN hears about gourmet cereal, getting grumpy and fatal anaphylactic shock.
Take a cheeky peak at what it’s like to eat in another hallowed Hall. It’s Leaf, she’s lunching, and this time in Trinity.
Veggie delights, fishy feasts and meaty morsels, and prices from a fiver: HANNAH GELBART has something for everyone for when the family is in town.
ALEX BOWER recommends a plan for free love this Valentine’s Day. *The Tab warns this is not the way to pull.*
“Aged eleven, I had an epiphany over a lamb burger; a sudden repulsion at the sight of this mangled, minced and oozing meat.” IZZY PRITCHARD, dedicated veggie, swaps diets with a carnivorous companion for a day. Read how they got on here.