I got 99 problems but my PhD ain’t one
Tinie Tempah released as Varsity 2015 headliner
BETH SWORDS talks to George The Poet about the duty to educate, Batman and Kate Middleton.
It’s not all about lyrics and llamas, GIL KAZIMIROV argues – modern rap is as much about the language of the soul.
Singer, music producer and Cantab Niyi discusses Russian audiences, fashion and the Cambridge music scene with CLAUDIA LEONG.
NANCY NAPPER CANTER reckons the older generation would be better off watching Amour.
SAM MELLOR is left surprised by an artist who oozes swagger.
OSCAR WILLIAMS-GRUT pays tribute to softly-spoken creative genius Gil Scott-Heron in the wake of his death last week, and laments the departure of a man who dissociated himself from the lazy, apolitical rap genre, and leaves it in much the same state today.
AMI JONES takes her own miniature Odyssey to the ADC; but these strange islanders could do with some better lotos-plants. Also, you should read The Odyssey.