Seamonkey is go
Wolfson vs Emmanuel compete for the title of ‘inevitable winner’ of University Challenge
Jack Benda and Ellie Olcott round up the weekly news.
Fitz are on fire
BETH SWORDS speaks to Rhodes, who supported Nick Mulvey at the Emmanuel United Reform Church on Friday.
Peterhouse, King’s, Clare, Caius and Trinity have stepped into the frame. All the info, all in one place.
A thief who stole students’ post from Christ’s and Emmanuel has been spared prison after a judge ruled the thief’s Asperger’s syndrome was to blame.
Trinity top the Tompkins table, as Tit Hall achieve their highest position in the last 24 years and Peterhouse drop 11 places.
JONNY SINGER is disappointed by a potentially-excellent musical which unfortunately couldn’t bring its long-game in outdoor conditions.
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.
The Real World awaits. Here’s what two very entrepreneurial graduates are up to – running business models where you’re the target market.
Emma won last weekend’s swimming cuppers, beating fierce competition from Downing and Catz.
EREN KILICH likes to dress as a prostitute. And won’t let bop planners tell him he can’t.
Emma have been forced to change the theme of their bop after the original ‘Fire in the Red Light District’ theme proved too controversial.
Emma’s chefs have triumphed in Cambridge’s annual culinary competition, ahead of Sidney, Girton, John’s, Christ’s and Murray Edwards.