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The Tab’s Political Survey: The Results

How Conservative is your college? How socialist is your subject?

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The Tab is looking for News Writers

All gossip fiends and general election teens need apply

Matthew Parris: ‘We need to stick to our guns’

MP. Journalist. Amateur fertility expert? Matthew Parris looks back on a varied career.

Why I write for The Tab

Reasons to join the Tab crusade

Cambridge Tab under new management

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The Tab Mafia is opening its ranks

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The Tab Mafia is opening its ranks

CV points and BNOC fame up for grabs.

17-year print run of The Cambridge Student under threat after “frankly disgusting” CUSU cuts

Outgoing Editor-in-Chief Elsa Maishman accused CUSU of “sheer incompetence”.

News Bulletin, Christmas: White tie violence, CUSU print drama and Varsity head patting

We round up the news

Law student says “SUE ME – I DARE YOU” to law magazine

Lay off my intellectual property, says Fitz student

Daily Mail is shocked to see Cambridge students outside

So Caesarian Sunday happened again… And the photographers were out in force

I write for The Tab: Deal with it

Joke’s on you

‘Whose University?’ backlash: who got it wrong?

 There’s bitter division in the ranks at the Tab Cambridge over that pernicious question: Whose University is it anyway?

My opinion on a thing and why you should care

JOE FRESHER has opinions and wants you to listen to him. Please. He’s really desperate.

The Tab Meets: Jill Abramson

JOE WHITWELL talks to Jill Abramson, executive editor at the New York Times about the expectations around the role of press.

Trinity Makes a Killing, Journalists Make a Name

XAVIER HETHERINGTON questions the motivations of the Tab journalists behind exposing Trinity’s investments.

Don’t Get in a Huff! Carla Buzasi and the Future of Journalism

SARA STILLWELL questions whether the rise of digital media has empowered the masses.

Interview: Alan Rusbridger

Guardian Editor Alan Rusbridger talks to NATALIE GIL about tabloids, liberal stereotypes and journalism’s uncertain future.