Learn to channel your inner zen this exam term
CICCU’s unholy trinity: intolerance, judgement, and exploitation.
It’s time to stop using religious tolerance to defend intolerance
They claim the talks were organised to “direct attention away from the growing success of Israeli Apartheid Week”.
As a production, BARE is almost perfect. Tonight’s performance was less so, but we both recognise its potential.
BARE is set to have you dancing and crying with a strong musical score and talented cast
Don’t grow up, it’s a trap
I’m a middle class liberal plagued with cultural guilt
Come and find out
MATTHEW KEMP went down to the Union on Sunday night joining hordes of fans to listen to the Seventh Doctor, Sylvestor McCoy speak about Time Lords, Hedgehogs and Spoons.
This week, RACHEL TOOKEY talks about religion and suggests that we all do a little less arguing and a little more listening.
Tim Winter’s words are misguided, but he does not speak for Islam, says ZACK HASSAN.
Divinity Faculty lecturer Tim Winter labels homosexuality an “inexplicable aberration” in a hastily removed YouTube video.
A man posing as Jesus Christ on the Cross has spent Good Friday stationed outside King’s Chapel.
Haggard doesn’t reveal the dark side of this fascinating scandal, but the Attenborough-Michell partnership remains strong, writes BETH GREAVES.
LEWIS MACDONALD tells us how he’s religious and not a “moron”.
In the light of the Commons’ vote on marriage, JAMIE WEBB argues that religion’s influence in 21st century society is not justified.
Plans for a Buddhist temple in Cambridge are under threat after leading monks have been forced out of the country.
FABIENNE CROCKET examines the image of Christianity in Cambridge, and explains the link between religion and genitalia…
Peter Andre is about, Christians are angry and Harry Potter fans are happy in Oxford this week. JAMES ROTHWELL explains.