We must remember Tiananmen Square, says JOE GOODMAN.
Get it right, boys, or you’ll look like a big chump, says ANDREW MUNRO
NATHANIEL ZELINKSKY questions our lack of commemoration of D-Day here in Cambridge, because it matters 70 years on.
Drinking societies really aren’t OK at the best of times, and grad students should set an example, argues FELIX STEIN.
OLIVIA FAYE wants us all to stop over-thinking everything, and just get on with it
There’s a damn good reason to have Women’s Officers, argues RIKKI WOLKIND, and we should respect it.
Tab alumnus HARRY PRANCE has a hard lesson for you all: exams are the easy bit, try real life.
CHARLIE BELL isn’t enamoured with the standard entitlement culture that pervades Cambridge.
After looking at exams in other cultures, AMY BENSON thinks maybe we don’t have it that bad
SEBASTIAN FULLER ST ARROMAN thinks dismissing others’ political opinions is ultimately silly, and reckons we might gain something if we learn to listen.
We don’t live in an ideal world, and our actions have consequences, argues ALBI STANLEY.
If only students would stop foisting their self-satisfied and boring opinions down our throats, life might be a bit more interesting argues ELEANOR COSTELLO.
CHARLIE BELL takes exception to the characterisation of the European Elections as ‘not relevant enough for Cam’.
RUBY STRINGER doesn’t shave, so why do you?
JOSH SIMONS thinks we should be a little more careful before reeling off patronising, malign and preachy arguments.
NICK BRITTLEBANK leads us through some of the potential pitfalls of taking the time off
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
Newnham’s head gardener has pledged to wear lipstick and nail polish to work if he raises enough money for charity.
ELOISE DAVIES chats to Alex Cartlidge and Marthe de Ferrer about funding, feminism and insularity, ahead of the opening of their show at the Fringe.
Staff and campaigners alike are celebrating Cambridge’s decision to adopt the £7.65/hour living wage, featuring an exclusive interview with campaign head Ben Bayley
The Results are in! Trinity turns up trumps again, but there are a few juicy surprises…
Live from Brazil, our Sports Correspondent ADRIAN GRAY reports on the final of the Football World Cup.
Hello and welcome to the first day of the 2014 May Bumps! The Tab are here to bring you all the info from the riverbank.
WILL DALRYMPLE delves deep into this ‘real horroshow’ of a play…
Yaseen Kader returns to wreak havok on the streets of Oxford one last time.
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