Oxbridge educated elites screw everything up *again*
No one is safe
Week 7 and we’re scraping the bottom of the scrapings from the bottom of the barrel of scrapings
Dearlove is not being a dear in his statements about refugees.
24 Pembroke students made the 85 mile cycle from Oxford to Cambridge; here’s their story of blood, sweat, and malfunctioning bike chains
Finding the fun in the joyless.
The hysteria around cultural appropriation and the Pembroke Bop theme is a deranged exercise in hiding ill-defined notions behind pseudo-technical jargon.
Students divided into two camps over whether the JCR is restricting their freedom of expression or preventing offence towards ethnic minorities
Two out of three games go Cambridge’s way as Oxford are once again found lacking.
If only the girl I was last year, desperately keeping up with the notifications of the offer holders Facebook group, knew who I would be today.
Dani Cugini has never regretted hating wine more.
So much better than that show with Spencer Matthews
Get your diaries out – here’s our guide to everything happening in May Week, with The Tab’s 2015 Definitive Ball Rankings also thrown in
A recent, anonymous member of my college mentioned to me in passing that my column was getting a bit tiresome because “it’s a bit dull to listen to you complain all the time”.
In the run up to the semis, three of the remaining captains reveal their thoughts
The ‘Blues’ intensify into, at least, like a dark navy.
Cambridge is probably the only time in our lives we’ll have even the most daunting extracurriculars subsidised and on our doorstep
May the force be with you
History’s being made today: The Tab is in the Cambridge stand to bring you all the action from on and off the pitch
Pembroke, bolstered with what is thought to be the largest ever donation to a college, aims to up to double its size