The first woman to hold the post
Pulling up the drawbridge?
Two Girton students were approached on their way back from the Co-Op
Everyone is a bit confused, and rightly so
Real news is depressing, as we all we learned last week. Here’s some barely real news instead.
Cambridge University faces the wrath of Italian government over claims that the University did not cooperate with the search for justice for Giulio Regeni.
The UK “has not been supporting the Italian authorities as forcefully as [Regeni’s] murder deserved”.
“We are appalled by Giulio Regeni’s murder.”
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It’s all getting rather Mean Girls at Girton
A number of college Deans have emailed undergraduates, urging them to steer clear of Caesarian Sunday.
Two more bombs scares today leave students frustrated and concerned.
Girton are offering wads of cash in a new competition for anyone who fancies themselves as the next big name in Cambridge.
Charlie Gilmour has been released from prison after serving four months inside for his part in student protests. But will he be coming back to Cambridge?
Girton historian Charlie Gilmour was photographed using a Union Flag to climb the Cenotaph during yesterday’s protests.
A Cambridge alumnus was brutally bludgeoned with a bottle at Life on Sunday.