If you still haven’t decided, you’d better hurry up
Campaigning begins at 9am today – but who is actually running?
Time to pick through the burning bits of wreckage from a horrible year.
55% of students want an easier opt-out system
Why it’s okay to feel a little bit scared
CUSU Coordinator confirms that DSO referendum turnout exceeded after just one day of voting
An open letter from Trinity students defends him against allegations of poor leadership.
Seriously, why did I bother lugging myself all the way back to London to vote?
Julian Huppert is the Chosen One, argues REECE EDMENDS in part one of the Tab’s new series: ‘Who to vote for in Cambridge and why you should give a shit’
Add a witty statement, a fancy font and a picture of Katie Hopkins
‘Feckless and inconsequential’ – the Grad Union can’t count
CHRIS SIMPSON, founder of ScotSoc, responds to yesterday’s pro Yes argument.
JOE WHITWELL and HAZEL SHEARING talk King’s recent victory and their hopes for other colleges with the CUSU Living Wage officer.
It’s that time of year again at the Union, the elections are nigh and the knives are out. The real question is, who do you would think be the fittest president? Tab takes it to the polls.
NUS election candidate Inanimate Carbon Rod #1 has gained a place on the official voting ballot.
Tomorrow for the first time there will be elections for local police commissioners. AYAZ MANJI wants us to take them seriously.
BILLY ALDRIDGE on why your vote at university matters.
We show you the CUSU presidential hopefuls as you’ve never seen them before.
With only hours until the referendum you’ve all been waiting for, The Tab is here to navigate you across the tempestuous seas of voting reform.