With the referendum on Britain’s membership of the European Union less than a week away, JACK LEWY and CAITLIN MCCARTNEY have interviewed senior politicians and national campaign leaders about the key debates and arguments that students should consider when Britain goes to vote.
Nick, we’re paying for the consequences of that clash. Literally.
The week ahead countdown, for all things culture and entertainment.
The Union lineup revealed
CHARLIE DOWELL reviews caffeinated beverages in the wake of exam prohibition.
In response to the article published earlier this week, the CICCU Vice-President NAOMI WOOD has come out in defence of Christianity in Cambridge.
Attacks from David Cameron and Nick Clegg on Oxbridge admission policies have thrown the matter back into the public spotlight, but they face stinging criticism.
The University has again failed to reach its state school admissions target, despite investing ‘significant time and resources in outreach activity.’
TOM MOULE explains why Charlie Brooker is wrong, and TV really hasn’t ruined our lives at all.
Should we really be judging politicians by their backgrounds? TOM MOULE tells us why this should not be the case.
Nick Clegg has told Cambridge and Oxford that it’s “not up to them” to decide whether or not they should charge £9,000 tuition fees.
JUAN ZOBER DE FRANCISCO observes the frustration, passion and confusion at yesterday’s student protests.
Nick Clegg has cancelled his talk at the Oxford Union amid accusations that he is too “chicken” to answer students over his stance on tuition fees.
TALIA RICHARD-CARVAJAL and MONA EBERT attempted to go a regular day as their 1961 Mad Men-inspired alter-egos, spending 24 hours(ish) without any modern technology whatsoever. Read how they got on here.
The 177-year-old institution is mired in its second embarrassing controversy of the year.
ALICE THWAITE examines the effect of the televised debates on the impending election.
In the lead up to 6th May, DAN WALKER asks why the Lib Dems aren’t the clear front runner.