By writing us off as irrelevant ignores the complexity of educational disparity
It’s clear that pupils from London and the southeast still dominate
63% of incoming freshers were educated in the state sector
Nobody cares, we’re all at Cambridge now
Access targets have also been cut.
Do us a favour
ZACK HASSAN wants to know what the problem is with the idea of state school only colleges.
The former spin-doctor lectures Cambridge students about “A Life at the Nexus of Media and Politics”
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.
The Master of Fitz slammed politically correct politicians for damaging Cambridge’s reputation.
Why studying the arts until 16 could spell disaster.
The University’s latest attempt to get state school pupils to apply to Cambridge is patronising, ill-considered tripe.
The University has again failed to reach its state school admissions target, despite investing ‘significant time and resources in outreach activity.’