Ed Miliband spent Monday lunchtime hanging out in Market Square, as Labour launched the final stages of their local election campaign.
The Tab gets its prediction spot on as Flick Osborn comes out on top in the CUSU presidential elections. Read all the action from the night, as it happened.
Tab undercover reporter GROAN HARDSLEY can’t feel his “man glands” after a tumultuous encounter at the CUSU offices.
The three presidential candidates in the upcoming CUSU elections, George Bangham, Greg Hill and Flick Osborn, outline why they deserve your votes.
Bored of the red team and the blue team? JACK EMMINS takes a walk on the wild side of politics.
NUS election candidate Inanimate Carbon Rod #1 has gained a place on the official voting ballot.
In the run up to the local elections, three student politicos fight for a bigger prize: FIT COUNCILLOR.
The Union have announced that David Leigh is resigning as President-elect for Easter term due to “academic reasons.”
We show you the CUSU presidential hopefuls as you’ve never seen them before.
As the elections for Chancellor get underway, we talk to the candidates about what they hope to achieve and how they rate their chances.
Julian Parmar, who dropped out of the runnings for Union president yesterday, talks exclusively to The Tab about why he dropped out.
Gerard Tully has been elected the next President of CUSU.
An imaginary candidate called Zing Xhu ran in the Peterhouse JCR elections last week, and beat two real people.
Francesca Hill has won the race for Cambridge Union President, after an election race that saw votes docked and a candidate disqualified.
It’s CUSU election time. You’ve heard the policies, but what are the candidates wearing?
CUSU President Tom Chigbo named one of the 100 most powerful black people in the UK