When people ask me how my year abroad in Japan went, I usually say “it was interesting”.
Don’t perpetuate an unfair system by taking an unpaid internship
Enjoy the bubble while you can. Because when that shit bursts, your life is resigned to decades of tragic (corporate) meaningless
Don’t grow up, it’s a trap
New Culture Columnist HELEN SIMMONS shares her experiences of life after Cambridge – and how dream jobs are worth waiting for.
BEN DALTON and KATIE KIBBLER reckon there is more to do before you graduate than pass exams…
JAMIE MATHIESON describes The Muppets as ‘profound and moving’, and asks himself – am I a man or a Muppet?
Think your Glory Years are on their way? Think again.
Could it be that inside every Cantab roars a proud Tiger Mother?
LVJ on why internships are pointless and we should all just relax.
It’s JONNY WALKER’s last column. And he’s a bit emotional.
The Afghani mother of a Cambridge medical student has repeatedly been denied a visa to come to England to attend his graduation.
It’s third year, you’ve got no money and no prospects. Becoming an astronaut was only an option when you were six. ISOBEL PRITCHARD is thinking of a way out.
TAKE ME OUT: Spend your parents’ money and celebrate your degree with The Tab’s restaurant guide.
JAMES WAN wonders if life outside the bubble is all it’s cracked up to be.
Getting stressed out about careers and having to sort the rest of your life out? AMY CARTER on facing the future, and how to deal with it now.
Nick Griffin has slated Cambridge for allowing students to graduate in burkas