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Hugh Laurie, Tom Hiddleston and Olivia Colman walked away with awards
The Tab inteviews Cantab cooking inspiration Andrew Smyth
When it’s on, where you can watch it, and most importantly, what are their chances?
Where to go, how to get there, when it is and what Cambridge’s chances of winning are (very good, obviously).
It’s going to be bleating brilliant.
A handy guide for the ignorant to pretend you know something about rowing.
History’s being made today: The Tab is in the Cambridge stand to bring you all the action from on and off the pitch
Light Blues taken apart with ruthless efficiency by an Oxford side who secured their fifth straight Varsity win on a cold afternoon at Twickenham
Compare yourself to national stats! (Surprise surprise, Oxonians are pretty average.)
Cambridge team destroys all opposition apart from GDBO.
The Hockey Blues are on form for the third year in the row. FELIX STYLES reports.
MADELEINE SKIPSEY talks to the coach and captain of the firsts.
This term, the majority of Cambridge’s sports clubs will attempt to conquer their Oxford counterparts. TOM BENNETT tells you why you should go see as many Varsity matches as possible.
£1500 are at stake for Cambridge’s varsity Cheerleading squad, the Cambridge Cougars, and Engineers Without Borders, a humanitarian organisation, help them win it!
Brains over brawn: after the disappointment of this year’s Boat Race, Cambridge are vindicated in the 2013 uni league tables.
BETH SWORDS provides a full report and exclusive behind-the-scenes insight into the Achilles Athletics Tour of the Ivy League Universities.
SAM HOBBS films CUAFC trying their hand at the Crossbar Challenge. If this doesn’t frighten Oxford, nothing will.