ROWING: A summery Henley hosted the women’s races and the men’s lightweights in a highly-competitive day of racing.
Peterhouse, King’s, Clare, Caius and Trinity have stepped into the frame. All the info, all in one place.
NETBALL: MICHAEL ALHADEFF sees Murray Edwards and Newnham set the early pace in the netball league
It’s week 8 – you’ve made it! Culture Editor HOLLY STEVENSON is here to guide you around the best events of the week, and give you a celebratory pat on the back.
DAVID DRAKE gives Emma May Ball a 2:i – unimaginative, but it did the job.
A graduate of Emmanuel is aiming to become the UK ambassador of fictional country Meerkovo as part of a competition run by comparethemeerkat.com.
Despite being comprehensively stumped by bar chords, EVIE PRICHARD tries open mic at Emma.
Emmanuel see off CCK in style to win the plate against all the odds.
In the first Tab Investigation this term, GEMMA OKE uncovers the truth about whether how you spend your spare time really affects your exams.
The Tab’s definitive guide to this year’s May Balls, now updated with ‘Hit’ and ‘Miss’ sections to help you choose your May Balls.
Emma have been forced to change the theme of their bop after the original ‘Fire in the Red Light District’ theme proved too controversial.
Feel like your life is missing some cream-coloured class? In this week’s Cribs, Emma shows off her wares to the general public…prepare to be stunned.
Emma have topped the 2010 Tompkins table, as Churchill rise to an unexpected third and John’s fall into the bottom ten.
ANNA SHEINMAN: ‘all in all, not a totally unpleasant way to spend an afternoon’
The Tab’s pick of the Emma June Event queue.
Alex Guttenplan has been labelled an “unlikely internet heartthrob” by the papers this week. Read his first ever full interview here.
Left your May Ball decisions to the last minute? Check out The Tab’s updated list of Balls and Events to find out which one’s are still on sale.
Full lower league rugby round up as Magdalene and Queens’ prepare for life in Divsion 1