Let’s talk about Sex (Clubs)
What should students turn their lack-of-disaffiliation anger towards?
QUEXIT joins PEXIT to call for JCR disaffiliation from CUSU
‘Peterhouse should not pay unnecessary fees to an organisation that operates with such incompetency and inefficiency’
Brace yourselves, this is about to get interesting.
Where is the money?
Several JCRs are also suspected of rule-breaking
Tsk tsk NUS.
I am urging Cambridge students to vote NO to disaffiliation, not because the NUS is perfect, but precisely because it’s not.
The best way to change the National Union of Students is to keep our seat at the table and work for the reforms Jewish students deserve.
They join Newcastle and Lincoln who have also decided to disaffiliate.
Cambridge has a duty to make a stand and sting campuses across the country into action, writes Jewish student Adam Crafton
I need the NUS to support me and all the other minorities this privileged university bubble contains
In an open letter, CUSU have challenged the NUS over their failure to address issues of anti-Semitism.
We spoke to NUS Vice President Richard Brooks about the consequences of leaving, what the NUS actually does for students and how their democracy works.
ARMIN SOLIMANI rounds up an oh-so Oxbridge week three
Hear ye, hear ye! Here’s why we should be first in the queue to disaffiliate.
Remember everything it’s achieved
FINALLY we have an answer.
The NUS Referendum and the fate of TCS are about to be decided