How to get in the bin and stay there
Jack Benda and Ellie Olcott round up the weekly news
Cambridge is shit. Let’s stop kidding ourselves
SOPHIA VAHDATI reports back on her first week as a Dryathlete.
CHARLOTTE IVERS gives her tips on how to get laid in 5th week…
It’s time to settle that age-old debate once and for all: which is Cambridge’s worst nightclub? Click here to cast your vote!
New survey results show students at nearly every other uni drink more than the average Cambridge student.
A Girton student was carted off by the cops on Wednesday after bottling another student in Cindies.
SAVE CAMBRIDGE’S CLUBS: The ironic fun of Cindies is an essential part of the Cambridge experience – please don’t shut it down!
Debate arises over Stephen Hawking’s tipple of choice and the ‘poo man’ battles the ‘pun man’ in this week’s pick of The Tab’s best comments.
Freshers of 2011 will be pleased to know that not only is Cambridge the best academically, it’s also the happiest university in the country.
In a new Tab feature, Blues Rower MIKE THORP shares how he manages to eat 6000 calories and sleep for 8 hours a day, with 35.5 hours of training each week.
After the dubious success of Tab Chat-Up Lines, Mark I, five brave men tested a few more unconventional gems. Expressions of loathing, slaps and offers of prayers for their damaged souls ensued.
MATT O’KANE on why gaming is OK.
“One can never forget that strip of itchy, yet necessary, blue and red insignia that I carry around with me like a tattoo of elitism – my John’s scarf.”
ROBERT SMITH: ‘I’d spend an evening quaffing quick booze to wash down a Nutella crepe as Paul from S Club sings ‘Follow your heart’s desire’ instead of ‘Climb every mountain higher’ for the hundredth time any day.’
ALASDAIR PAL: ‘Newnham got the Big Decisions right: a well-executed theme over a big headline act; plentiful drink over quality and outrageous queues; and the ability to get a square foot of henna inked across your face.’
ADRIAN PASCU-TULBURE is truly awed by those who can run the Marathon, though he’d rather be in the pub.