Pros and Cons of going back to Cambridge

A rational decision making process

Songs to help you break-up with Cambridge

By being about places that are much, much better

The loneliness of the long distance student

A stage by stage account of how being alone in the bubble makes you go batshit crazy

Here’s what you can do to help your friend struggling with depression

According to a trained psychotherapist


For all its flaws, Cambridge is still better than your shit hometown

Is the bubble really that bad?

Everything wrong with Christmas in Cambridge

Bah humbug

REVIEW: Cambridge Ghost Tours

Or, Tab guide to fending off the bubonic plague

Everything you did over the holidays

This is exactly what your first week back conversations will consist of.

Bring on uni, the summer has ruined my sex life

I flew the nest for a reason

Francesca Wood

Not so Gap Yah: Food poisoning made me racist this summer

It’s frightening how quickly charity can turn selfish abroad – and, in my case, racist

Stay in education as long as you can – the future is bleak

Don’t grow up, it’s a trap

10 ways to cope with Cambridge withdrawal symptoms

You gotta love the bridge

In defence of: Doing nothing over Easter

Read this if you dare

Libby Ryan

‘Whose University?’ have got it all wrong

The ‘WU?’ Campaign is just entitled, brattish foot-stamping, says FRANCESCA RYCRAFT-MOORE

Francesca Rycraft-Moore

Sex in the Cam – Week 8

As the term starts drawing to a close our mystery columnist starts looking to how she’s going to occupy herself in the holidays

Anna Isaac

ANNA ISAAC loves the Jubilee but aint a fan of Polly Toynbee.

Evie Prichard

After being tempted by online prostitution as an alternative to revision, EVIE PRICHARD has had to go internet cold turkey.

Simon Norman

SIMON NORMAN is a bit lost, but it’s OK – being lost can sometimes mean finding yourself/a patisserie/ at least a Starbucks coffee.

Cambridge – Give Us A Break!

There’s no denying that Cambridge is a wonderful experience, but sometimes it would be nice to have time to appreciate it.