It’s not quite worth a uni cafe filter coffee.
Strikes have caused rising feeling that students deserve reimbursement for their missed hours
The boycott was organised by the NUS in an attempt to obstruct rises in tuition fees
On behalf of the Cambridge University Labour Club
But only those from STEM subjects to begin with
The announcement comes following a public speech made by the Shadow Chancellor
Student loans guarantee will not change immediately after Brexit
An amendment has defeated the government’s plans
The decision was made at CUSU Council this evening.
Another week, another annoyance for columnist PHOEBE GARGARO
The tiff has been resolved and has set Cambridge on the way to possible increased fees
As it’s been a whole four years since the government last fucked us, it seemed about time.
It’s only fair
Marketisation of university education will have significant consequences for all, as Emily Fishman explains.
Saying that funding changes are “scaring” disadvantaged pupils away from Cambridge is an idiotic self-fulfilling prophecy.
And we’ll have to pay for it all without maintenance grants.
We’re going there
Balls didn’t let policy get in the way of charming Cantabs
Oxford’s state school admissions continue to fall, whilst those at Cambridge are on the rise.
NATALIE BENNETT, the current political leader of the Green Party, talks about the upcoming European Parliament elections and why she thinks that the Green Party is the only viable alternative to the main political parties on the UK’s political landscape.