A Cambridge Youtuber on the rise
Charlie Gladstone rounds up the weekly news.
Albums are dead and Shuffle is soulless – let us put you in the mix.
Tom Daley ‘came out’ today and JOE GOODMAN has something to say about it.
Divinity Faculty lecturer Tim Winter labels homosexuality an “inexplicable aberration” in a hastily removed YouTube video.
Julian Assange is back in the headlines after WikiLeaks accuses the Oxford Union of censorship.
FELIX NUGEE uncovers the man behind the Mark.
Sidney Freshers are being shown a video warning them of the dangers of wearing gowns and tuxes to clubs.
We catch up with the booze superhero of YouTube in his final and only interview.
New columnist ALEX BOWER finds living in Moscow is all riding fire extinguishers like a Nimbus 2000 and no smiles.
Film Editor JAMIE MATHIESON previews the Student Film Festival, and learns the origins of its silly name.
How does YouTube affect music? KATE WILSON muses.
Horsing around has landed one Derby student in an awkward situation after getting her head stuck in a clothes horse.
Nursing a Dirty Double-related hangover, Culture Editor HOLLY STEVENSON feeds you the comforting soup of Culture as Week 5 hits.
The Tab asks a selection of Gardies’ patrons about their reactions to the establishment’s upcoming 50th birthday.
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?”
“Its legs flail hypnotically like a squid, and it seems to be chanting some satanic verse as it slides around the room.” YouTube Video Of The Week brings you a chubby baby in its last installment of Michaelmas.
YouTube Video Of The Week brings you a woman slapped in the face with a watermelon. Week Six is possibly more depressing than Week Five, wallow in schadenfreude.