Thoughts and observations from an American student in Cambridge.
ALEX STRIDE enjoys the ‘few gems’ hidden among a mixed bag of sketches from this year’s Footlights
Calling all hackers! Your Country Needs You!
Our first battle of term proves small does not always means beautiful
Zac Baynham-Herd tentatively introduces himself to Zac Baynham-Herd
Simi and Sophia return with a casual vibe for a hectic term.
Finding it difficult to do anything other than eat and gaze pensively this vacation? BETH SWORDS shows us how to banish over-indulgence and underwhelming revelations.
BETH SWORDS talks to the Pembroke student, Jonnie Penn, who also has a New York Times bestseller.
It’s not all about lyrics and llamas, GIL KAZIMIROV argues – modern rap is as much about the language of the soul.
JAMIE WEBB chats with Cornel West about racism, the War on Terror and Jane Austen’s ‘constancy’.
Cambridge Students are the biggest student sex toy users in the world…
In an exclusive Tab interview, best-selling author BILL BRYSON tells KATIE FORSTER about his enjoyable experiences with weed, why he will never use Twitter and how Mitt Romney very nearly won him over.
A week of celebration leads SIANA to reflect on who inspires her the most.
Have you got the balls to play our merciless US Election drinking game? Put your drink where your mouth is and see if you can handle the cruel world of American politics.
ARON SOLOMONS beer bongs his way to the American vacation dream.
Its that time of the week again. TIM WIGMORE is back with Obama and promiscuity at Oxford.
FRANCESCA HILL: ‘Pastor Jones sees himself as a noble figure, acting to save the American people from yet another injustice’.
HANNAH MARTIN wonders why the women who are considered by the media to be political figures appear to be nothing more than WAGs.
Like Barack Obama at his hoax press conference, STEPHANIE EDWARDS says the right deal at Copenhagen simply failed to turn up.