Masculinity is in crisis, but it’s not what it seems
We asked. Over a thousand of you answered.
ARMIN SOLIMANI rounds up a debauched week of warm days and warmer sheep
The Madwomen in the Attic is both provocative and subversive, hilarious and disturbing, says Molly Moss.
We interviewed Audrey Sebatindira and Connie Muttock, the candidates for CUSU Women’s Officer.
The Tab Lifestyle Long Read: Feminism is for everyone, but this book club isn’t and it’s time to stop pretending otherwise.
Sick of hearing about lad culture in Cambridge? So am I, but as the Wyverns’ latin motto translates, “He who is as hung as a horse may flog a dead one”. As many ladies can testify I am fucking packing. This is your boy Hugh.
A better alternative than trying to sort through the chaos of all the Facebook events you’ve clicked attending on.
For almost a year, CUSU has let the reckless practice, allowed by a former Women’s Officer, go unchecked
It’s more than okay to be a girl and have casual sex with different people
Let’s bury lad culture with the ghost of first term
‘Let me tell you about my trouble with girls, three things happen when they are in the lab: you fall in love with them, they fall in love with you, and when you criticise them they cry’
Freya Harris had a blast at this feel good smoker.
The week 8 ADC late show Girls Like That follows a group of girls and explores the toxic, social-media dominated world we grow up in.
Because the right to eat high-cholesterol food too early in the morning is one shared by all humanity
Chris Waugh and James Wilkinson tell all about the predominance of cis white males in comedy and how to fix it.
TERESA BARON argues that sexism in Cambridge is a problem waiting to be exposed