How to pull in the library

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For all you cantabs with intenstinal issues and a love of news

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Easter = Bak 2 Skl

#take me back

How to get your library aesthetic on point

LIVIE TOLSON shows you the way

I’m a Cambridge student who never does any work

She says after pulling an all-nighter

Tab Tries: Navigating the UL

Just because the UL looks like a glorified dick doesn’t mean it has to act like one

TAB TRIES: 24 hours in the library

Not the investigative journalism you asked for, but definitely the investigative journalism you deserve

Surviving the Library: A Fresher’s Guide

Battling the books, boredom, and brutal cataloging system

Predictions for a Fresher’s Lent Term

By a washed-out Second Year

A Cambridge-shaped hole in my heart?

Reflections of a Fresher’s Michaelmas

Teenage Hacker who targeted Cambridge library and TalkTalk now sentenced

He just wanted to show off to his mates

A freshers’ guide to library etiquette

Or how not to get shot by angry finalists

Teen hackerman attacks Cambridge library website

Fear the CompScis

The freedom that is life in a second year house

Big Brother can’t reach me here. For now.

A Week in Crisis: The First Essay

Week Five Blues? More like Week Twos.

How bored are you right now?


In defence of post-prelim blues

We’ve all heard the chorus of “This term is super fun for English and History students! They get eight weeks of lounging in the grass before May Week while everyone else slaves in the library.”

Skullduggery Unpleasant: King’s College library seeks return of missing skull

Only in Cambridge would there be TWO skulls missing at the same time

COST OF LIVING: Most expensive college revealed

We found a stunning £74 difference in the weekly cost of living between the most and least expensive.

The great library cash cow: Over £100,000 in a year racked up by Cambridge’s biggest libraries

Students are terrified of the draconian penalties for late and lost books.