MATILDA WNEK finds a Lear with flashes of brilliance that is ultimately unable to weather the storm.
Jesus, SPS Quite how Matilda reconciles her carefully cultivated contemptus mundi with a senior role at an online newspaper is a question only she can answer. Her fresher life until she encountered The Tab was punctuated by poetry readings and competitive debating, neither of which was organised through the Facebook account that she definitely does not have. Known for filling her room with fairy lights and making a show of using her typewriter, her life has been described by one cynic as "a journey of realisation that things don't happen like they do in novels." She writes about culture, sex and the Big Society.
MATILDA WNEK counts the ways in which the poetry anthologies being sold to misguided lovers are perfectly antithetical to romance. Let her steer you back on course with a few helpful suggestions of poems to stick in your lover’s pigeon-hole on Monday
MATILDA WNEK: ‘Student theatre’ is dogged with associations of pretension, vacuity, talentless posing and dull or overambitious interpretations of classic texts, much more fiercely than unprofessional versions of other art forms.
Put down those flashcards and pencil some of these events into your revision timetable.
Slim pickings this week, but no excuses not to put down that revision and head out for some fun in the Culture sun
Forget Tinder, now it’s all about Cuddlr.
If the glove fitz…
Freshers week is changing, as wide-eyed newbies must now rock up to sexual consent workshops.
Opposition to the consent workshops is absurd and shows just how much we really need them, argues fresher JAMES RISELEY
CHRIS SIMPSON, founder of ScotSoc, responds to yesterday’s pro Yes argument.
After last year’s thrashing by Oxford, the club have a lot to prove.
For the first time, Oxford and Cambridge will pit their finest riders against each other at Newmarket.