The divisive speaker is set to speak via videolink at the Maths Faculty.
They were anticipated to be only £250
727 voted against the Grace
‘Sexit’ just doesn’t have the same oomph as ‘Pexit’
For those of you who are riveted by the prospect of yet another referendum, here are all the juicy details/ rules for the upcoming battle over the class lists.
Let’s talk about Sex (Clubs)
Another day, another Referendum.
PLUS: The names of all 55 fellows who requested a Regent House vote – including two college masters.
And those who are celebrating “independence day” are barmy.
Some students BOOED at Senate House when it was announced that the public reading of maths results was to be discontinued – and now a petition has been launched by students angry at the proposed abolition of class lists.
Professor Sir Leszek Borysiewicz, Vice-Chancellor of Cambridge University, spoke out at College of Europe.
ARMIN SOLIMANI rounds up the last lingering miseries of exam season
The referendum failed to pass with the results saying 51.52% of Cantabs voted to stay with the NUS.
Brace yourselves, this is about to get interesting.
Several JCRs are also suspected of rule-breaking
Tsk tsk NUS.
I am urging Cambridge students to vote NO to disaffiliation, not because the NUS is perfect, but precisely because it’s not.
Eduroam timed out during the debate so, for the seven of you watching on the livestream, and for the rest of you who were probably revising, this is what went down: