The Cambridge Union’s reduced membership fee is a step in the right direction, but its accessibility problem lies deeper than this
The new Vice-Chancellor is predicted to have a salary of £400k-£450k
Capitalism reigns supreme.
If you had come here, your article might have made sense.
How to make it seem like you know when to eat asparagus with your hand.
You don’t need to be embarrassed if you grew up in a house with a dining room.
If the height of persecution for public school boys is a satirical article in The Tab, then that might be part of the problem
Lord Grabiner, Clare’s Master, is helping a top British golf club evict its old members and charge a £100,000 fee to rejoin
Accusations of an “old school, elitist Cambridge” culture are rocking the college
The idea of Cambridge being for a deserving few can play into snobbery
Mummy won’t be pleased
It’s still an old boys’ club – and you’re not invited
I’m waiting for my invitation
The ‘WU?’ Campaign is just entitled, brattish foot-stamping, says FRANCESCA RYCRAFT-MOORE
We catch up with Made in Chelsea’s Jamie Laing, who was in Cambridge to open his new sweet shop.
The former spin-doctor lectures Cambridge students about “A Life at the Nexus of Media and Politics”
BEN JONES suggests a solution to the problem of postgraduate funding, and argues that every student should be granted the opportunity.
The Master of Fitz slammed politically correct politicians for damaging Cambridge’s reputation.
ALICE ECCLES think threats aren’t always wrong, but that the recent actions against authority are.
SEBASTIAN SALEK: uni league tables aren’t all they’re cracked up to be, we’re better off not bothering with them.