This week, CHARLOTTE IVERS poses our most difficult Would You Rather yet.
Hope seemingly lost? Nowhere else to turn? Listen to Kevin McCloud, says BEN DALTON, for he has been there before…
MISS D lets you know how to pull the man/woman of your dreams this May Week.
Take a break from revision with our official alternative prospectus – for wizards only.
CHARLOTTE IVERS lets you in on the secrets of not pissing off your friends after finishing your exams.
As most Third Years are saying goodbye to their degrees, MMLer CLAIRE HUXLEY gives an insight into the lives of their year abroad counterparts.
This week, two titans of awful architecture battle it out for the ultimate accolade of definitively being the shittest.
In which shit hits the fan
SEBASTIAN TRILL shares his pearls of wisdom about Cambridge’s birds.
Clare May Ball commitee have just released news that will cause havoc on the May Ball Marketplace.
Sick of spending more in Lush than you do in the buttery? Let BEN DALTON sink you down into a pool of homemade delights…
It’s not all Nobel prizes and political glory amongst our alumnae. ELOISE DAVIES wants you to choose the worst of the worst.
LEAF ARBUTHNOT recommends the best ways to digest your notes.
ROSA JENKS explains why rowers sometimes feel the need to crash into each other.
Two kind boys, DYNASTY INTERMARCHÉ and PINKUS WARRIOR, have a more than delectable sufficiency at the local Algerian.
Think your summer is going to be anticlimactic? Don’t worry, says ELOISE DAVIES. It could be so much worse.
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
Incredibly irritating social media crazes can motivate us to actually do some good, and without wasting water.
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.
The Master of Selwyn has kept his canine companion in college by having it officially recognised as a very large cat.
Newnham’s head gardener has pledged to wear lipstick and nail polish to work if he raises enough money for charity.
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
We must remember Tiananmen Square, says JOE GOODMAN.
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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