CHARLIE BELL was far from blown away by Robinson May Ball, this year.
Footlights President of 2013 Harry Michell is returning to the ADC this week with a new show, ready for the Edinburgh Fringe. He talks to LARA FERRIS all about comedy and life out of Cambridge.
LAURA PATERSON neither loves nor hates this piece of student writing from New Zealand.
REBEKAH-MIRON CLAYTON is moved by this poignant and sensitive production.
These two love birds are the product of The Tab’s ‘Eligible’ franchise. But did Cambridge’s most photogenic undergraduates find true love?
If you’re struggling for may ball dresses this year, Tab fashion is here to help with a handy guide on what to wear.
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.
Fitz Winter Ball want to hear why you are happy.
CHARLIE DOWELL gives you a couple of quick shortcuts to make May Week easier.
These Footlights will go far, reckons LOUIS SHANKAR.
The Fizwilliam Museum found a whale in a painting? Whale fancy that!
Often revered as the ‘party may ball’, John’s newly released headline acts will not disappoint ticket holders.
It’s HOLLY LUNT’s last column. WARNING: CONTAINS GRAPHIC VIOLENT IMAGERY.
Tom Fraser, Footlights President: BNOC, Liam Neeson, David Attenborough, God, or none of the above? You decide.
Tired of the monotonous taste of regular condoms? MELISSA JONES is here to explore the more exotic variety…
The best from the wireless to help you at this difficult time.
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
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
One Cambridge student has suffered through a year of bizarre abuse, and he’s not staying silent any longer.
The Results are in! Trinity turns up trumps again, but there are a few juicy surprises…
Labour Club slams CUCA over their sex-scandal embroiled Vice President.
We must remember Tiananmen Square, says JOE GOODMAN.
Get it right, boys, or you’ll look like a big chump, says ANDREW MUNRO
Live from Brazil, our Sports Correspondent ADRIAN GRAY reports on the final of the Football World Cup.
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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