She says after pulling an all-nighter
Not the investigative journalism you asked for, but definitely the investigative journalism you deserve
Abandon hope, all ye who enter here.
Week Five Blues? More like Week Twos.
Molly talks you through how not to lose your cool when reality starts to set in
Books and desks and rock and roll
Brought to you by someone who’s trying to procrastinate
Already bored of the holidays? OLIVER TAYLOR has turned the entire Cambridge experience into a video game…
In pursuit of that six figure salary? Unlikely lawyer ROBERT EYERS thinks you need to sort your life out.
‘Unfair, dated, cruel, and pointless’… this week TIM O’BRIEN turns his attention to exams.
This week (need we even say which week it is?) RACHEL TOOKEY tells you all to stop overthinking and just get on with it.
JOHANNES RUCKSTUHL picks out the perfect soundtrack to accompany your supervision work woes.
JOHANNES RUCKSTUHL picks out the perfect soundtrack to accompany your exam-work woes.
This week SIANA enjoys the little things, such as random, useless nuggets of facts.
Queen of procrastination CLAUDIA BLUNT gives her account of a (not so) successful all-nighter…
Want a first? The Tattler might have the answer…
LUCY BUTTERFIELD procrastinates, and she invites you to join her.
Above average intelligence? Feel sorry for yourself – you don’t have it easy.
The UL’s change in borrowing policy spells disaster for finalists and undermines its promise to stock all necessary books.
Cambridge is a weird place, so we’ve come up with some new words to help you describe the madness that is C-town.