It’s Week 5 and everything is terrible and we are terrible.
Your new college children are being tragic online
The selfie is central to the Cambridge experience
Nation’s favourite scientist (and Cambridge professor) is wading into the technological age as Hawking gets Facebook
CLAIRE HUXLEY says stop comparing yourself to others. Facebook is the home of insecurity, don’t let it get you.
PIPPA CALVIN has long been absent from her post as I.T. correspondant. Witness her triumphant return as she sorts us out with some Lent procrastination…
In column number four TIM O’BRIEN talks about vanity on the internet and the out-of-control ‘selfie’ culture.
ADRIAN GRAY shares his wisdom on how to ditch those annoying friends you made in 1st year.
This week, MARK is recruiting new friends. Do you have what it takes to be in the Mark Liu 50?
CLAUDIA LEONG speaks to Emma Riordan, co-founder of the “Overheard in Cambridge” Facebook group.
ARHAM QURESHI tells how you can save lives by giving up 15 minutes of your time this afternoon.
Is there more to finishing prelims than gloating and getting drunk? BETH SWORDS investigates.
JOEL FENSTER argues that reactions to Thatcher’s death show us how broken Cambridge politics is.
Tweets, Facebook posts and billions of web pages will be forever preserved by the UL, as of today.