The Provost of King’s College has blamed a drop in grades last year on students attending protests against Government fee hikes.
Around two hundred members of the Uni marched through town today to show support for the national day of action against government plans.
The occupation keeps going, but lectures have started to be moved as a result. A big few days await.
This week, SIMON NORMAN’s getting all topical. He’s talking occupations and hispters.
WEEK EIGHT THEATRE IS UNDER OCCUPATION. A People’s Bark will announce the week’s scheduled performances.
The occupation is a self-defeating and embarrassing strategy. Because, from experience, free speech is something you protect or you lose.
The University announced this afternoon that it would be making a U-Turn on its plans to slash bursaries as part of budget cuts.
Protesters have grown tired of their grassroots campaign and called off their lawn occupation after just two nights.
It’s not sexy, argues CHARLIE CADYWOULD, but it is important.
“I thought we were heading into a bland dystopia but in the last few weeks I’ve thought ‘maybe – maybe something interesting’s going to happen’.” TOBY PARKER-REES talks to STEWART LEE, alternative comedian to most and a ‘shit-haired cunt’ to some.
BEN WEISZ asks why sticking by your party regardless of mistakes or, say, horrendous policy reversals is seen as ‘loyalty’ rather than ‘stubbornness’ when it’s not a football team
The occupation was not entirely peaceful and caused £50,000 worth of damage, according to the Vice-Chancellor.
The University’s statement on tuition fees is less clear than protesters had hoped.
After a week of climbing over fences and starting revolutions, we catch up with JUAN ZOBER DE FRANCISCO for Part II of Juan’s World.
After 11 days the occupation of the Old Schools’ Combination Room has come to an end. Find out what went on with The Tab’s full retrospective.
“They’ve got a legitimate reason to not do work; they’ve got the moral high ground; they’ve even got bloody Scottish dancing.” MATILDA WNEK wonders why you were not at the occupation.
The full report on todays General Assembly, which saw the protestors fight against the cuts compared to “Dumbledore’s Army fighting Voldemort”.