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Refusing to be invisible

Ribbons tied outside Senate House ahead of the discussion about reforming the sexual assault disciplinary procedure

Emma Watson’s feminist book club: empowering or elitist?

The Tab Lifestyle Long Read: Feminism is for everyone, but this book club isn’t and it’s time to stop pretending otherwise.

SciSoc invites sexist UCL exile Sir Tim Hunt to speak

‘Let me tell you about my trouble with girls, three things happen when they are in the lab: you fall in love with them, they fall in love with you, and when you criticise them they cry’

Cambridge in major revamp of sexual assault policy

University to change policy in major U-turn

Are you fed up with your degree?

Now you can get your voice heard

Why can’t we just all be friends?

XAVIER BISITS on Cambridge’s penchant for bickering.

Whose University: The last word

Enough already

Consent Workshops: A Survivor’s Perspective

In our next article from This Space we hear why the role of survivors is vital in our dialogue about rape and consent.

I shouldn’t have been aggressively reminded of my abortion at Freshers Fair

Cambridge Students For Life have no place at a fair that’s meant to welcome new students

Pro-life isn’t the end of the world

Co-president of Cambridge Students for Life, XAVIER BISITS, gives his side of the story after their run-in with the Women’s Campaign at the freshers’ fair

Freshers will be given sexual consent workshops

Freshers week is changing, as wide-eyed newbies must now rock up to sexual consent workshops.

Feminism isn’t just what you want it to be

We don’t live in an ideal world, and our actions have consequences, argues ALBI STANLEY.

Pubic speaking for women announced at Union

Blundering typo on an email from the Union sent out to all its members.

In Defence of Common Sense

JAMES MITCHELL responds to the comments which met Saturday’s article about sexual assault.

Women of Cambridge Reclaim the Night

Female students occupy Cambridge to reclaim the streets.

It’s Time To Cut CUSU Some Slack

Most of us don’t give a fifth of a shit, but TIM SQUIRRELL thinks their work’s worth defending.

2 Or 3 Things I Know About Jelly Wrestling

Jelly wrestling is a fine continuation of an ancient tradition and should not be suppressed by spoilsport feminists, argues A SENSITIVE SCHOLAR.

“I Need Feminism Because…”: In Pictures

CUSU Women’s Campaign team up with ARU Feminist Society to bring you: “I need feminism because…”

Parker’s Piece Lights Vandalised

Vandals have damaged new lights in Parker’s Piece just days after installation.

When Feminism Becomes Exclusivism?

FAITH BARKER explains why she feels uncomfortable with some of the attitudes expressed within the CUSU Women’s Campaign.