The Cambridge Union’s reduced membership fee is a step in the right direction, but its accessibility problem lies deeper than this
One member interrupted a speech with ‘It should have been a £50 note’, followed by raucous laughter
Absolutely worth it
How to make it seem like you have tea more than Her Majesty, the Queen.
What rhymes with punts?
Gone are the days when my drink of choice was “whatever’s cheapest in Iceland”
If the height of persecution for public school boys is a satirical article in The Tab, then that might be part of the problem
Let’s bury lad culture with the ghost of first term
“We are a sporting society, not a drinking society”
From wardrobes full of chinos to a passion for fox hunting, there are hundreds of myths surrounding the students of Cambridge Uni.
The Wyverns’ tamest garden party yet
Sleeping with the Enemy
The Tab meets: Tab commenters
Christmas fast approaching, the sturdy haven of Cambridge will again soon shatter into the horrors of The Real World. Here’s how to shake off those red trousers and survive outside the bubble…
Are Cambridge’s gates open to all? In the wake of more national press coverage for Cambridge, PRANJAL ARYA assesses who is to blame for the stereotypes that surround our university.
A trio of Jesus students are in a sticky situation after posing as Etonian applicants.
My first Fringe show was described as ‘the worst show on the Fringe.’ ELENA PALA has a white wine with legendary pub landlord AL MURRAY.