Fresh from a talk at the Cambridge Literary Festival, Armando Iannucci bounded into the room and shook our hands. The creator of Veep and The Thick Of It had spent the evening telling a packed…Read More
The president of the Cambridge Zero Carbon Society has been forced to resign following revelations that nearly one fifth of his body is made of carbon.
In what has been hailed as a landmark decision, the University of Cambridge has decided to allow intermitting students to visit the city if they wish to do so.
Alex Drayne explores the culinary offerings of the Cambridge Inter-Collegiate Christian Union.
There are few British comedy writers who are as prolific as John O’Farrell. Having spent years writing for Spitting Image and Have I Got News For You, he turned his hand to writing comic novels…
Churchill College fresher Marcus Matherton has left scientists shocked after he failed Alan Turing’s renowned test to determine whether a machine could exhibit normal human behaviour.
Theatre know-it-all Tara Lamp gives some handy tips on boosting your ticket sales.
The so-called Islamic State has claimed responsibility for making students wait for hours to enter nightclub Kuda last night.
Students all over Cambridge have given up all forms of alcohol after reading an email from a Queens’ fellow, which was sent to Natural Sciences freshers.
David Lammy’s freedom of information request laid bare the faults at the heart of Oxbridge admissions, but it did absolutely nothing to stop the massacre of Syrian civilians in cities like Aleppo, Horatio Dunlop writes.
In my younger days of four weeks ago, my college mum gave me some advice that I’ve been turning over in my mind ever since:
Ridley Scott, the critically-acclaimed director of Alien, made the surprising announcement last night.
My work life is all go. High-pressure meetings, huge responsibilities and late-nights filled with adrenaline. I’m proud of what I’ve achieved but my high-octane career makes it hard to meet people. I’m looking for someone…
Deputy Theatre Reviewer Tara Lamp gives her evening at Cambridge Shorts 5 stars.
Facing criticism for his £365,000 p.a. salary, Cambridge’s new Vice-Chancellor Stephen Toope has claimed it is crucial he out-earns his Oxford counterpart Louise Richardson.
It has been revealed that Boris Becker, who was declared bankrupt in June, was invited to give yesterday’s talk after qualifying for the Union’s scheme for disadvantaged people.
The Dean of Churchill College has apologised after a picture of Churchill College was printed on programmes for a freshers’ welcome service.
First-time writer and seasoned thespian Tara Lamp reflects on a summer at the Fringe.
When I arrived as a fresher two years ago I was scared and wracked with questions. ‘What will it be like? Will my room be too small? Will I fit in? If I can’t fit…
Message from the Dean, please circulate:
Following his first party conference as leader of the party, Sir Vince Cable has admitted his statements may have been a product of conducting research into his own party’s drug policy.
The Ryanair boss announced that non-members will be able to attend a number of Union events for free this term as part of its new Ryanair+ scheme.
Marcus Atherton will begin life as a student this week, the first person in his family ever to attend Cambridge University.
Another year, another round of lies told to the wide eyed new students in Cambridge. ‘Relax’ they say. ‘Enjoy fresher’s week’ they tell Cantabs too young to know any better. ‘Just focus on making friends,’ they…
Following criticism for hosting a conference by ‘Christian Concern’, Sidney Sussex has sought to calm growing tensions by inviting ISIS to hold a week-long conversion course.