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Is social media making me unsociable?

One Tab writer explains how Facebook is ruining her life

Why private schools are better

Becca Atkinson argues that people should stop criticising students from private schools – and just accept those institutions are a lot, lot better than state schools

The Most Lamentable Time Of The Year

Who wants to live in a world where ‘Christmas’ means tossers in reindeer onesies, the Kardashian family Christmas card and the John Lewis advert?

Onesies: we need to call time on this sickening trend

It doesn’t matter how comfortable wearing a onesie makes you feel. It’s making everyone else’s skin crawl

Onesies: we need to call time on this sickening trend

It doesn’t matter how comfortable wearing a onesie makes you feel. It’s making everyone else’s skin crawl

It’s OK to call things “gay”. Let’s stop worrying about words.

I’m gay, and I’m fine with people saying “gay” when they mean “bad”, says Hugh Bassett

Sleeping with my housemate

Friends sharing the bed – normal behaviour, or just a bit odd? Emily Duffy defends her and her housemate’s sleeping habit.

Rugby boys: what lurks beneath the surface of these boozed-up chlamydiots?

She’s back: Ekin Karasin on why rugby boys are just trying really, really hard to impress us and each other.

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Does anyone genuinely enjoy the sound of house music?

Monotonous beats, no lyrics, wondering when the track begins and ends. We’re all in on a massive conspiracy, says Ekin Karasin.

Get over it – ‘Blurred Lines’ is just a song

Are you going to wreck your room after listening to Miley Cyrus’s ‘Wrecking Ball’? Thought not. Unban ‘Blurred Lines’ says one Tab writer

It’s time for male students to stand up to sexism and harassment

In their first week of uni, young women are being made to feel like sexual prey, unsafe even on their own campus, says the Everyday Sexism Project’s LAURA BATES.

It’s time for male students to stand up to sexism and harassment

In their first week of uni, young women are being made to feel like sexual prey, unsafe even on their own campus, says the Everyday Sexism Project’s LAURA BATES.