More students at Cambridge have signed up to a ‘sugar daddy’ dating site than at any other UK university.
Website offering students money for sex is a hoax with potentially dangerous consequences.
The Tab re-examines the ‘sugar daddy’ sites by talking to a girl who used them.
Ever wondered what really goes on in the plodge? An anonymous Cambridge porter reveals all to The Tab.
The occupation is a self-defeating and embarrassing strategy. Because, from experience, free speech is something you protect or you lose.
Want your cause to get heard by the media? It seems that violence is the way to go.
“Labour’s new university fees proposals are regressive and will only benefit the wealthy.”
Oxford have passed the motion of ‘no confidence’ in David Willetts, 283 in favour, 5 against.
Celebrated academics have controversially founded a high-cost private uni offering Oxbridge-style humanities tuition. The Tab found that the idea isn’t too popular here.
CUSU have criticised the government for not allocating enough cash to its National Scholarship programme, which aims to help poorer kids go to uni.
Despite the campaign to reject the proposal, University Dons have voted in favour of charging the maximum £9,000 fees.
Uni Minister David Willetts played a game of cat-and-mouse with protesters last night, as he tried to avoid them interrupting his talk in Cambridge.
LAURA EDWARDS talks to CAROLINE LUCAS MP about the Green Party’s roots, principles, and the challenges it faces.
Over 600 Oxbridge academics have signed an open letter to the Government calling for a public inquiry into tuition fees.
CUSU are urgently rushing to save Cambridge bursaries, facing a race against time to drum up academic support.
The union of private schools’ head teachers has said the Government shouldn’t tell universities to “discriminate against” privately educated students.
MP Julian Huppert said Lib Dems were still committed to scrapping tuition fees last week, but one audience member called him a “liberal bastard”.
A senior tutor has claimed the government’s tuition fee policy is a “leap in the dark” and that it could damage state school intake.
University Minister David Willetts said top unis would look ‘silly’ if they opt to charge the maximum fees while others offer the same services at a lower price.
Girtonian Charlie Gilmour appeared in court last week charged with throwing a bin at Prince Charles’ car.