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Cambridge student launches sick pay campaign

Claudia Pama lost her PhD funding when diagnosed with cancer

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NOT SO FREE SPEECH: Union in turmoil after failure of multi-million-pound deal

£10 million development project scrapped, but hundreds of thousands have already been spent

Future EU students to keep funding after Brexit

What did the EU ever do for us?

CUSU in deep with budget deficit

Accounts for the financial year ending 30th June 2015 show overspending of £4,498

17-year print run of The Cambridge Student under threat after “frankly disgusting” CUSU cuts

Outgoing Editor-in-Chief Elsa Maishman accused CUSU of “sheer incompetence”.

ROBERT CORBYN SMITH: “I’ve got some pretty radical ideas.”

We spoke to Robert Corbyn Smith, of CUSU Disabled Students’ Campaign fame, about his bid for CUSU President.

Porters evict Zero Carbon campaigners from King’s and Clare bridges

They threatened to call the police and called backup from Magdalene.

Slash supervisions or shrink the student body: Cambridge at breaking point says Vice-Chancellor

Cuts may mean Cambridge cannot go on as it is

CUABC future in doubt but club fight on in face of adversity

Let down by the university and struggling to match Oxford’s facilities and manpower, the future for Blues boxing looks bleak. Coaches Lee Mitchell and Kevan Murphy, however, remain defiant, and confident of their chances in this year’s Varsity fixture.

Stop whinging and be grateful

Cärlchen Jupp isn’t enamoured with the standard entitlement culture that pervades Cambridge.

Why Europe matters

Cärlchen Jupp takes exception to the characterisation of the European Elections as ‘not relevant enough for Cam’.

Cheerleading Varsity 2014

Former Tab Sport editor CHRIS MCKEON gives an outsiders view the Cambridge Cougar’s victory in the 2014 Varsity Cheerleading competition

No Fun Without Funding

BEN JONES suggests a solution to the problem of postgraduate funding, and argues that every student should be granted the opportunity.

Deepening the Divide

Why studying the arts until 16 could spell disaster.

Sports Complex Gets The Green Light

Funding has finally been secured for a University Sports Complex, with organisers hoping to have some facilities up and running by 2013.

CUSU Slam Gov’s National Scholarships

CUSU have criticised the government for not allocating enough cash to its National Scholarship programme, which aims to help poorer kids go to uni.

Big Society: Big Delusion

TOM MOULE testifies as to why the Big Society is nothing more than a Big Excuse.