JAMIE MATHIESON thinks you should hold your breath for this moving portrayal of young lives gone wrong.
Clare, History Jamie's favourite films are The Lady Vanishes, Don't Look Now and 10 Things I Hate About You. The first movie he ever saw in the cinema was The Flintstones in 1994, and the first 12 his Mum allowed him to see was The World is Not Enough in 1999. He views the generation that were able to go and see 12As the way people who fought in the war look at kids who grew up in the sixties.
It’s Week bloody 8 already! Have no fear, Culture will make sure you juice the last of this term’s cultural delights.
Looking for something to do? We’ve cobbled together a creative combination of curiosities coming up to the final weeks
In her final column, FRANCESCA EBEL reflects on her term as a fresher columnist.
Culture Editor RIVKAH BROWN thinks this film shines not for its portrayal of homosexuality, but frustrated, desperate, human sexuality.
Visitors are paying £2000 per night to stay in St John’s. The catch? John’ s doesn’t know. JOSH SIMONS has the story.
The society’s Returning Officers have revealed some disgraceful details of election wrongdoing from various candidates, which include the use of threats, coercion and blackmail.
Only hours ago Caius voted to disaffiliate from CUSU
Tom Daley ‘came out’ today and JOE GOODMAN has something to say about it.
CHARLIE BELL wants us to stop burying our heads in the sand and remember that we’re all going to die (and that’s ok).
With the upcoming Varsity match at Twickenham on the 12th December, The Tab talks to Will Briggs, prop and Captain of the Blues about this season, and what’s to come.
Cambridge Blues 35 – 34 Steele-Bodgers’ XV
Sara Stillwell hits streets of Cambridge at night to find out just how ethical Cambridge Students are.
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