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The Gherkin: Spotted in Cambridge

PHD student Seb Falk is running the London Marathon in unusual fancy dress. ED SMITH finds out more.

What A Forking Nightmare

Petty criminality within the Pembroke History Society see harsh repercussions for the historians.

Library Flirting

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…

Diary of a 3rd Year

Eyebrow plucking, the UL Reading Room and Aled from Radio 1: KATIE MAIR imparts some revision wisdom.

Prelimers: A Call To Arms

Is there more to finishing prelims than gloating and getting drunk? BETH SWORDS investigates.

Katie Zinser: Week 4

Can you balance having a life and taking your subject seriously? KATIE thinks you can, but she hasn’t worked it out yet.

Cam Profs to Set Maths A-Levels

Maths A-level exams are to be set by Cambridge profs.

Ladies’ First?

REANNE MACKENZIE thinks the Cambridge system is biased against girls. What do you think?

The Trouble with Teaching to the Test

How faculties can help bridge the gap between A Levels and Cambridge.

Interview – Paul Hartley

Blues Football Captain Paul Hartley would rather win the league than Varsity. TOM TRYON went to find out why.

Top 5: Thinking Totty

HOLLY STEVENSON rounds up the most gifted and gorgeous men and women in TV land for your delectation.

Anonymous

Was Shakespeare a fraud? Who cares, says ELLIE CHAN; the Anonymous still makes great watching.

UL: Give Us Our Books Back!

The UL’s change in borrowing policy spells disaster for finalists and undermines its promise to stock all necessary books.

Gilmour Charged With Royal Attack

Girtonian Charlie Gilmour appeared in court last week charged with throwing a bin at Prince Charles’ car.

Save Our Supervisions

A report has recommended that Cambridge cut down on one-on-one supervisions and scrap underachieving MPhils in a bid to improve efficiency.

Another Prick On A Wall

Girton historian Charlie Gilmour was photographed using a Union Flag to climb the Cenotaph during yesterday’s protests.

Classics Don in Coalition Curriculum Spat

Mary Beard has slammed Simon Schama’s role as an advisor on the new history curriculum.

Why Not Review: Libraries

The Tab recommends where to get down and dirty, with a leaking ink pen and a pile of books.

Mortar Board

A former brickie who left school with one GCSE has won a place at Hughes Hall after ending up on the dole.