And no, it’s not consultancy
The dos and don’ts of the personal statement
Professor Stephen Toope will be the 364th Vice-Chancellor of the University
He was inspired by the Fitzwilliam Museum’s collection
The statement follows news of radical History Faculty reform
He was found guilty of torturing and decapitating two women in Hong Kong
Need I say more? The rest is history.
Can’t be bothered to learn the history of a country? Assume they’re all the same and yell ‘offensive’ whenever things get a little international.
We’ve all heard the chorus of “This term is super fun for English and History students! They get eight weeks of lounging in the grass before May Week while everyone else slaves in the library.”
There always was something sinister about that place
A Cambridge Historian has become an unexpected German TV hit after his new history series attracted millions of viewers in the country.
In her first column, keen fresher HOLLY LUNT tackles the evils of Exam Term.
PHD student Seb Falk is running the London Marathon in unusual fancy dress. ED SMITH finds out more.
Petty criminality within the Pembroke History Society see harsh repercussions for the historians.
Feel like you have a pro-schwefff-orship in chirpsing but that Cindies and Life don’t do it justice? Try BETH SWORDS’ and ANNA WILMOT’s review of libraries for their potential for flirting…
Eyebrow plucking, the UL Reading Room and Aled from Radio 1: KATIE MAIR imparts some revision wisdom.
Is there more to finishing prelims than gloating and getting drunk? BETH SWORDS investigates.
Can you balance having a life and taking your subject seriously? KATIE thinks you can, but she hasn’t worked it out yet.
Maths A-level exams are to be set by Cambridge profs.