The college said the trailer was overly-sexualised
“I can’t believe what I’ve achieved.”
Rowing is turned on its head – literally.
Nothing wrong with a bit of negativity.
Almost no colleges in Cambridge are paying their workers the living wage. FRANCESCA EBEL reports.
JOEY AKUBEZE reports back on an enjoyable night, albeit one which didn’t quite live up to the theme (or the price-tag).
ROWING: Jonathan Fuhrmann gets a good look at the crews in the Pembroke Regatta, just days before Lent Bumps begin.
TABATHA LEGGETT enjoys Hughes Hall May Ball, but is disappointed by the lack of a big ent.
The mature colleges show off their talent in a bid to win your votes…
Missed out in the frenzy to snap up tickets last term? Here the Presidents of May Week events with tickets still on sale tell you why theirs is the one you should attend.
The Tab’s definitive guide to this year’s May Balls, now updated with ‘Hit’ and ‘Miss’ sections to help you choose your May Balls.
Hughes Hall, receive a heritage blue plaque this Saturday to honour their 125th anniversary, which the college will celebrate with a street party.
A former brickie who left school with one GCSE has won a place at Hughes Hall after ending up on the dole.