A Tab investigation into the college bars of the bubble
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Jack Benda and Ellie Olcott round up the weekly news
A comprehensive student in crisis? PAIGE SMEATON will let you in on a secret
CHARLIE DOWELL gives you a couple of quick shortcuts to make May Week easier.
TONY HARCOURT recounts the darker moments of being a fresher…
ALEX BOWER finds teaching English in Moscow tough: you try dealing with a naked penis-examining three year old.
We catch up with the booze superhero of YouTube in his final and only interview.
NANCY NAPPER CANTER finds a rigorous foil to exam-term sobriety.
The library isn’t your prison…yet. Get out and enjoy these events before exam stress takes over.
New survey results show students at nearly every other uni drink more than the average Cambridge student.
In TOMMY BAJOREK’s final column from Odessa, he reflects upon why Ukrainians drink, and gets sweaty with some boozy old men.
If you buy Fairtrade, then you’ve got karma points to spare. And what better way to spend them than by getting lashed and having a debauched party? ALEX BOWER tells you how to incorporate Fairtrade yoghurt, quinoa and cotton into a night of naughty antics.
New columnist JONNY WALKER asks how he ended up in Nero CostaBucks in Cambridge: “What led me towards this idle pursuit of padded furniture when everyone else is pursuing training contracts and grad schemes?”
MILO YIANNOPOULOS: “I know it’s not done to speak ill of the dead, but the Selwyn Snowball is a zombie that needs its head chopped off.”
IZZY PRITCHARD’s cocktail menu to light up your Firework night includes some drinks to warm up your evening, from the gentle and aromatic to the positively explosive.
The Tab’s in-house booze-hound TOM MICHAELIS talks us through some summer cocktails. Recreational drinking does not mean you have a problem.
DAVID DRAKE tries some KGB pills.