JONNY SINGER is left disappointed by the Footlights’ latest offering, which is not quite up to scratch.
JONNY SINGER tells you how you can save lives by giving up 15 minutes of your time this afternoon.
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Julian Assange’s talk may have been cancelled, but it has raised questions about CUSU’s role as representative of the student body.
In an email leaked to The Tab the CUSU Women’s Officer has called on supporters to force the Union to disinvite Julian Assange.
After an unlucky break in the first half Downing struggled to maintain their recent form, which Fitz capitalised upon leaving the champions to play catch up.
BBC presenter makes striking claims in an EXCLUSIVE Tab interview.
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Officers detain two men in relation to the Fitz robbery in London after Crimewatch appeal.
UPDATE: The Museum’s silent alarm system was not linked to the police.
Britain’s favourite musical comedian has pulled out of Caius May Ball.
CUSU and CDE were out in force for Owen Holland, but their protest was a little lacking in loudness.
FOOTBALL: The better side were thrashed in a thrilling quarter-final battle between Churchill and Homerton.
UPDATE: CUSU and CDE are planning a demonstration in central Cambridge today to protest the University’s sentence.
If you thought Fez was going to stay open, think again.
King’s College aren’t giving peace a chance and have scrapped Amnesty’s termly cage protest for a “sponsored rowing event.”
Selwyn’s JCR have attacked the Archbishop of York’s stance on gay marriage in an open letter.