There are concerns about a culture of harassment by guests at the Union
TIM SQUIRRELL, President of the Cambridge Union, tears into the establishment of drinking socs.
TIM SQUIRRELL, President of the Cambridge Union, reminds us about what freedom of speech really means
Ed Byrne, Roy Hodgson, Alan Ward, and Laura Bates all grace the Chamber this Michaelmas. Oh, and they’ve even bagged the cast of Geordie Shore
In his final column, TIM SQUIRRELL takes a step back and muses on the Bubble as a whole.
As exam season truly begins, TIM SQUIRRELL wants to broach the topic of isolation in Cambridge.
This week, TIM SQUIRRELL talks candidly about why he’s almost scared by the idea of not being depressed.
In her second column, HOLLY LUNT reflects on being desensitised to the beauty of Cambridge.
This week, TIM SQUIRRELL plunges into the sinkhole of insatiable self-criticism.
In his first columnn, TIM SQUIRRELL regales us with his thoughts on motivation, identity and keen freshers.
From identical twins to hilariously unique surnames, our shiny new columnists have it all…
DR DICK is the Tab’s new advice columnist. This week he deals with a complete creep with delusions of romance.
DR. DICK is the Tab’s new advice columnist. This week he tells a lonely heart how to find love.
DR. DICK is the Tab’s new advice columnist. This week he answers the question: when is it not okay to sleep with someone?
DR. DICK is the Tab’s new advice columnist. This week he helps a girl considering whether to offer a May Ball ticket to her not-quite-boyfriend.
Tim Squirrell wants to dispel the myths and stigma surrounding the practice of self-harm (warning: this article contains subject matter that might prove traumatic to those with experience of self-harm or other mental health issues).
The only people who should be shut out of a debate are those who haven’t informed themselves, argues TIM SQUIRRELL.