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Faces of Cambridge: Giving the homeless a voice – CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS

We are looking for creative submissions for our upcoming art exhibition!

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Former Big Issue seller gains place at Hughes Hall

“I can’t believe what I’ve achieved.”

Begging gang targeting Cambridge city centre

There are concerns that students are specifically being targeted

I’m afraid of homeless men – but that doesn’t make me a bad person

Being followed home and harassed make sympathy complicated.

150 sleeping rough in Cambridge: it’s “far easier to ignore the problem than to address it”

Why more people than ever are begging on Cambridge’s streets

Homelessness in Cambridge: The Tab Meets Sarah

In the first of a series of interviews with people sleeping rough around Cambridge, JAMIE WEBB talks to Sarah about her experiences of homelessness.

Homelessness is your problem too

We live in a bubble, but that’s no excuse for sticking our heads in the sand when it comes to homelessness

Five Common Myths About Homelessness

JEN DURRANT undermines the common myths around homelessness, ahead of Student Volunteering Week.

Sleep Out

ROSE HORE discusses sleeping rough in Cambridge and invites you to experience it for yourself at Sleep Out tomorrow evening.

Real Activism

SOPHIE HOARE gets to the nub of the less overt elements of poverty around Cambridge. How much could you be doing to help?

Homeless In Cambridge: Part 1

Why is homeless such a big problem here in Cambridge? ENQI CHANG investigates in the first of our new series on homelessness.

Streetbite Sleepout

HATTI WHITMAN meditates on Cambridge’s homelessness problem, as the charity Streetbite prepares for its annual sleep out this Saturday.

Homelessness: The Bigger Issue

GREGORY LEWIS on our perception of the homeless community and BEN WEISZ and JOHN WALLIS on what it was like to spend a night on the streets.

A Tramp Called Steve

‘Getting a few quid out of the rich gits every day’: we take to the streets to burst the bubble.