The prominent Cambridge classicist speculated that the network didn't want to
focus attention on a 'creaky 63 year old grey haired lady'
Over 300 academics and 1,100 students have signed an open letter and petition
urging the University to fully divest from fossil fuels
How conservative is your college? How socialist is your subject?
The University's new cycling and walking sub-group needs your suggestions
Students send strong message to University Council
Fifteen activists have broken into the finance office, blocking staff from
entering this morning
ROHAN SHARMA discusses why this summer we should be looking to the small,
cheaper music festivals for the more rounded experience.
CAITLIN WOODS responds to the IRFU's decision to ostracise its national
heroes, Stuart Olding and Paddy Jackson.
Divestment activists cause further mayhem to University infrastructure
This latest Cambridge extravagance has sparked outrage among students
The Tab is expanding its ranks
Struck by similarities in their messages, Charlie Stone writes an intriguing
response to two Oscar-winning films
Responding to an article published in Varsity, Guillermo Íñiguez defends the
central Spanish government, and argues for constitutional obedience
Financial deficits means university could privatise and increase fees
TALLULAH YOUNG reviews Greg Berlanti's latest film.
The Valhalla themed ball will be headlined by a legendary reggae act
Senior figures will discuss a report produced by the divestment working group,
amid a divestment petition launched by Zero Carbon
Denis Walker is also a prominent member of a club exiled from the Conservative
Party for its stances on race and colonialism
Following months of protest, led by The Cambridge Zero Carbon Society, the
University Council will meet to discuss fossil fuel investment.
After a meeting between the Zero Carbon Society and VC Stephen Toope, talks
will proceed with the University Council next week.
A new trial policy is aimed to increase flexibility for ethnic minority
All thanks to one student’s good manners
AMELIA MARIE GARRISON talks to Adam McDonagh, pianist and preeminent member of
the Cambridge classical music scene.