DOLBY DOLLA: Pembroke seeks to expand after £34 MILLION donation from Dolby estate

Pembroke, bolstered with what is thought to be the largest ever donation to a college, aims to up to double its size

The Tab Meets: Dippermouth

Wondering what to do after Cambridge? Quentin Beroud and Jack Gamble have started up their own theatre company. LARA FERRIS went along to find out how it was going.

Graduates in Cambridge: The Forgotten 20%?

Grad writer TAN WESTON-STREHLER gives us an exclusive insight into postgraduate student life in Cambridge…

Interview: Brett Wigdortz

Ever thought about applying to Teach First? KATIE FORSTER meets BRETT WIGDORTZ, founder and CEO of the organisation that recruits high-flying graduates to teach in challenging schools.

Going Snow-where!

A Cantab is one of 7 brits barricaded in a ski chalet demanding in protest at not being paid.

BuyMyFace for Christmas!

Cantabs BuyMyFace spent the year selling their faces as ad space and made £500 for charity selling their faces for Christmas day!

Playing with Fire – the Cambridge Student Circus

A troupe of wacky Cantabs have run away to join the circus – The Tab gets to the bottom of what they’re all about.

Best Comments: Week Three

Rosa Robson reminds us of this week’s best comments-section comedy. Take a read and re-visit an ode to P-Middy, claims over Michael Jackson and reflections on Santa Claus.

Grads: Business Brains

The Real World awaits. Here’s what two very entrepreneurial graduates are up to – running business models where you’re the target market.

Stress and the City

LUCY ALDOUS confronts her stress about life after Cambridge, and asks, was it all worth it?

Grad Madness

Cambridge city council have caved in to calls to abolish council tax for grads.