Garden Party season is almost upon us and tickets are selling fast. Get your’s before they’re gone…
Trinity Hall, History of Art Keen to dispel the myth that the life of an Art Historian revolves solely around pashminas and picture books, Hettie likes to keep up-to-date with news beyond The Bubble. When not browsing the BBC or scrutinizing grammar, she may be found singing loudly in the Cindies' queue, although as a notorious lightweight she can recall little of these Wednesday night ventures.
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Put down those flashcards and pencil some of these events into your revision timetable.
Nation’s favourite scientist (and Cambridge professor) is wading into the technological age as Hawking gets Facebook
Worrying stats show rape records have shot up – by a quarter
Carina Tyrrell – Cambridge Uni’s very own Miss England medic – is lending us silly students a helping hand
Conor Mulheir tells us why he doesn’t want to be part of your club, and doesn’t really believe that you do either.
After the Israeli ambassador’s excursion to the Union this week, MARTHA SAUNDERS debates the necessity of ‘taking sides’
ZACK CASE makes his pitch for baseball, and tells us why cricket should be given its marching orders
Undeterred by the wind and rain, this week we headed to Fenner’s to put the CUAFC men’s squad through their paces