Drinking society madness struck before noon
It comes amidst cries to decolonise Cambridge
Professor Stephen Toope will be the 364th Vice-Chancellor of the University
£10 million development project scrapped, but hundreds of thousands have already been spent
Charlie Gladstone rounds up the weekly news.
PLUS: The names of all 55 fellows who requested a Regent House vote – including two college masters.
‘Tell me how I’m supposed to breathe with no Cambridge air?’
Sainsburys, Van of Life, Trinity Accommodation and swathes of the town centre are powerless
It turns out she can’t shake off everyone
For almost a year, CUSU has let the reckless practice, allowed by a former Women’s Officer, go unchecked
Because the right to eat high-cholesterol food too early in the morning is one shared by all humanity
With the Council anything but on-side, the College says it’s a now-or-never moment for Cambridge
Inspired by Newton, Trinity students are leading a campaign for change
This week THE TAB scouts Trinity’s best-dressed
Sleeping with the Enemy
At a meeting in Emmanuel Church, locals and students rallied against Trinity’s Investment policy.
TWENTY THOUSAND pounds to go: student society Cambridge Development Initiative have one month left to raise a total of £25 000
Trinity race to buy up Dunsfold Park, production site of BBC Two show Top Gear