How to make sure you get out and enjoy the summer ahead
COSMO GODFREE finds Passion Pit to be the perfect antidote to combat Week 7 cynicism.
Students clothed in “Christmassy” costumes will run around Cambridge to raise money for worthy causes.
ISAAC DELESTRE’s fellow Oxfordians have got hammered with champers and mauled by hacksaws in another eventful week…
SASKIA GOLDMAN takes a cheeky bite of Churchill’s big apple. See how it tastes…
Are you a fan of East London grime collectives? Well, you’re in luck. There’s a big one playing at Churchill Springball in under a fortnight.
Corpus Christi features on a new tourism campaign launched by David Cameron, acting as a symbol of the UK’s dominance in education.
The Chair of the Cambridge University Labour Club explains how his personal experiences of 9/11 made him determined to go into politics.
The world of an art history graduate can be impossibly vague. MOLLY DORKIN worked at Christie’s in New York for a year, and reveals all the behind-the-scenes drama.
JEFFREY LEWIS has an uncle who’s “probably the best Jewish socialist rapper in Brooklyn over the age of 60, and probably the best rapper in some other categories too”, and other stories.
JENNA CORDEROY: The Bravery live up to the name of punk as they smash back onto the UK music scene
EVIE PRICHARD talks us through Jailbreak with prosopagnosia.
The Jailbreak 2011 results have been checked, and The Tab can now exclusively reveal the final standings.
Thinking of getting away from it all in an exotic location? ANNA SHEINMAN advises you on the best winter breaks far, far away from Blighty.
TOM CROOKE on why it was appropriate to set ‘Sex and the City 2’ in Abu Dhabi.
‘‘Would you like a date?’ purred the beautiful Arab servant in Sex and the City 2. Oh no wait, sorry, he was Indian. And that wasn’t a proposition, that was a plate of dried fruit.’
We take a look at the successes and disasters from New York fashion week so far. Pure joy.