As we enter into the worst time of the term, Cambridge students have shown they live in a fantasy world.
Because we definitely haven’t heard enough ridiculous stuff in the last few weeks.
Or how to trick them into thinking Cambridge life is normal
Do you prioritise the toastie maker or the drugs?
Much aware, very tabception.
You don’t actually get to fly though
Power, politics, and a barbecue in the car park.
Take a break from revision with our official alternative prospectus – for wizards only.
LEAF ARBUTHNOT talks celebs, student films and Harry Potter with Marianne Styger, the “goddess” of this year’s Watersprite film festival.
ADRIAN GRAY causes mischief at the Other Place.
Straining town-gown relations further, police reveal how a Cantab was assaulted on his birthday, for wearing a gown ‘like Harry Potter’.
It’s Week 5 (in case you didn’t already know), and old man about town TIM O’BRIEN talks ageing and why growing up is overrated…
Great food and owls(!) helped Features Editor NATALIE GIL have a magical evening at Homerton’s Harry Potter Formal.
ADRIAN GRAY discovers what it’s like to spend a day as a tourist in Cambridge and puts some very patient porters to the test.
EUN-YOUNG PARK gives her verdict on Girton’s Formal Hall.
In this week’s episode of Cambridge Cribs, Hunter Allen (6′4″) shows off his room, the smallest in Fitz.
Avoiding the obvious pun, let’s just say PIERS RILEY-SMITH’S high hopes were dashed in his review of Dickens’ much adapted epic.
EMMA WELEMINSKY-SMITH is on a sugar-high after SCMS’s triumph with the spangled leadership of Simon Nathan.
ROSIE ROBSON is horrified, and not just by seeing Daniel Radcliffe neither magical nor nude.
Peter Andre is about, Christians are angry and Harry Potter fans are happy in Oxford this week. JAMES ROTHWELL explains.