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ELECTION SPECIAL: Which politician is your college?

Feat. Classic Cambridge stereotypes

Student loan interest rates set to rise by 33 per cent

Increased inflation sends grads spiralling further into debt

House of Lords blocks Tory proposal to link tuition fee rises to league table ranking

An amendment has defeated the government’s plans

FEE INCREASE ANTICIPATED as Cambridge continue Teaching Excellence Framework

Money money money?

Tuition Fees are so progressive we should start charging 11 Year Olds to go to school

It’s only fair

Cantabs in the Calais ‘Jungle’: Cambridge University Calais Refugee Action Group reports

French Authorities are about to bulldoze half of the several thousand strong Calais camp – PETER MARTIN, CUCRAG founder, describes a desperate situation

CUSU emergency motion calls for ”complete and full investigation into Giulio Regeni’s death”

A unanimous vote at CUSU council called for an investigation into the death of 28-year-old graduate student from Girton.

Shafted! Golfers “stabbed in the back” by Master of Clare College

Lord Grabiner, Clare’s Master, is helping a top British golf club evict its old members and charge a £100,000 fee to rejoin

The Junior Doctors contract is a total outrage

And you should really take notice…

Students shouldn’t have to pay for prescriptions

Like seriously… I can’t afford that

Was voting a waste of time?

Seriously, why did I bother lugging myself all the way back to London to vote?

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

Cuts may mean Cambridge cannot go on as it is

What have you been smoking?

There is plenty of evidence about drugs, argues LUKE ILOTT. So why are we ignoring it?

Why protest matters

CHAD ALLEN and FLO SWANN defend telling George Osborne to “fuck off”.

The Dark Side of Eurovision

TOM BELGER investigates the side of Azerbaijan that it doesn’t want the rest of Europe to see.

Sir Les Hits Out At Charity Tax

Cambridge’s vice-chancellor has hit back against Tory tax plans.

Deepening the Divide

Why studying the arts until 16 could spell disaster.

Provost Pins King’s Slip on Protests

The Provost of King’s College has blamed a drop in grades last year on students attending protests against Government fee hikes.

A Strike of Stupidity?

The union’s cause is good, but their methods are questionable. Today’s strikes risk doing more harm than good.

Staff And Students March Through Town

Around two hundred members of the Uni marched through town today to show support for the national day of action against government plans.