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The Tab pardies with Jamie Laing

We won a night with Jamie Laing on UniRoulette last weekend – this is what happened.

The Tab pardies with Jamie Laing

We won a night with Jamie Laing on UniRoulette last weekend – this is what happened.

UCL Just 16th in Graduate Recruitment Table

But…we’re fourth…in the world…

REVIEW: Chasing Curtained Suns

Law student by day, world published poet by night! Laura Piccirillo dives into the rich first collection of poems by UCL’s very own Jerrold Yam.

Languages and Lattes: A perfect Weekend?

Laura Piccirillo visits the Language Café to see if coffee and conversation can really help with the weekend unwind

Triumphantly Passionate and Profound: “Good”

As the UCLU Drama Society performs one of the twentieth century’s most significant plays, The Tab’s Culture Editor delivers her verdict on the production’s tear-jerking success.

Hipster’s Paradise

“I didn’t choose the Indie life; the Indie life chose me.”

(Mis)adventures in Freecycling

Every student’s dream is to be able to get things for free, and if you ‘Freecylce’ the possibilites are endless. The Tab sent a writer to discover whether ‘Freecycling’ is the answer to our student prayers, or a disaster waiting to happen

Review: Freshers’ Plays – ‘Mojo’ and ‘The Actor’s Nightmare’

Awkward pauses or dying of laughter? Find out if the Drama Society’s freshers’ plays managed to push all the right buttons in this review.

REVIEW: King Charles at KOKO

Kris Lavin rates his experience of one of the UK’s most promising artists at Koko Nightclub

All the world’s a train and all the men and women merely passangers

This week, the first performance artist was shortlisted for the Turner prize. Coincidentally Meredith Bankes-Hughes unwittingly experienced a performance for herself on a tube journey home