Oh-oh-oh mysterious girl…
Why the Lent holidays suck
2, 4, 6, 8. Gals are gonna dominate.
The Western desire to 'help' other nations is imbued with prejudice and a
dangerous notion of superiority, writes Anjali Vaz
JANE O'CONNOR exposes some issues with the culture of networking.
ANNA CURZON PRICE dissects the real purpose and power of protest in Cambridge
Who will crack under the pressure?
JANE O'CONNOR describes moving to Cambridge from a bigger city.
DEVIKA AGARWAL explains why she has opted out of Facebook.
'I will continue to wrestle against my tongue': Jonathan Chan gives his unique
perspective on the cultural forces behind the English language
“The human mind is a mind of associations... the truth is that not all those
associations will be good”: columnist Ana Ovey on grief’s everyday triggers
Complete with unopened milk cartons, asbestos, and photos of mountain scenery,
the bunker has lain unused for twenty years
Every wondered what lies in the depths of some of the oldest collections in
Cambridge? This week’s show aims to find out
Lectures may be off but the sesh don’t stop.
You might want to sit down for this
Let’s hope it doesn’t go to their heads
'Griefsters, happiness is more than a performance, and while it’s certainly
not something you should force, it is something you should mean'
'How am I to be happy, or, more philosophically: how am I to live?'
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You can never have too much of Cambridge.
‘Education, Education, Education’ is no longer the order of the day – it’s all
about fun, fun, fun!
'From corporate symbol or practical work tool into an expression of the self':
Matilda Strachan talks to Sidgwick students about stickers and self-expression
Sam Brown on the problematic primitivism and performative sexuality of the
'couple-up or be kicked-out' television genre
Here to provide all the insights, updates, drama and gossip of this momentous
Original proposals to reform staff's pensions which triggered recent
industrial strike action are now on hold following the UUK's latest
UUK say the agreement is a result of industrial action
For the first time in the history of the club, all three Cambridge University
Equestrian Teams (CUET) have won their BUCS leagues and qualified for BUCS
Regionals. Notable performances come from new team members for…
Students came together to create apps and games to tackle environmental issues
at the first ever Cambridge Green Hack
Cambridge came out worst on student welfare and far worse than Oxford in the
Salary disparity is 19.6% per hour
With just 2 days to go until the big day at the Hive Stadium in Barnet, both
the Men's and Women's First XI have announced their squads to do battle
against Oxford. Tickets for Sunday…
On the final weekend of Lent term, CUFC took their very own GDBO-mobile to
Oxford to participate in the eleventy-first Fencing Varsity Match. Having made
space for all of the trophies won at last year's…
MONI ZOLCZER reports on the CUBC and CUWBC pre-race press conferences in
ALEX SPENCER ruminates on merits of vinyls and streaming
FINN RANSON speaks to women’s football captain Katy Edwards ahead of the
Varsity on Sunday.
The Senior Tutor's Committee has approved the decision to keep a record of the
number of and reasons for student deaths in the University each year.
ALASDAIR GYLNN questions some of the age-old problems with depictions of
religion in film.
Colleagues were aware that Kogan's work could pose a threat to liberal
Nick Timothy, Theresa May's divisive former co-chief of staff, talks to Theo
Demolder about the disastrous general election, the outlook for young people
today, and splits in Brexit Britain
Sometimes films can take us by surprise, and Lillian Crawford finds in this
touching new rom-com a most profound message of love and acceptance 5 stars
Eli Hayes catches up with the guitarist and vocalist of the indie-rock band,
discussing bilingual artistry and tour life.
Haunted by an animal massacre, Lillian Crawford has some rather strong
feelings about Will Gluck's take on a classic tale 1 star
Olimpia Onelli explores the ways in which statistics can be used to
deliberately manipulate or mislead us
Reflecting on the successes of the recent week-long occupation of Old Schools,
Siyang Wei praises the action taken, and the strategy of occupation
BETH BARKER and TAMARA NORMAN, captains of Nomads and Bedouins hockey teams,
take you through Sunday's hockey Varsity double-header.
Between 27th February and 3rd March 2018 , the biggest college rowing event of
the year so far, Lent Bumps, took place on the River Cam. This was no ordinary
edition of Bumps, however, as snow…