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After the announcement that Daisy Eyre will take over from her college father as CUSU president later this year, a student claiming to be Doku’s college son has declared himself the rightful heir to the…
A sense of unshakeable anticipation has gripped the nation this week, as millions have either stayed home from work or made the pilgrimage to Cambridge city centre itself to witness political history in the making.
After an intense term of perfecting their unhappiness and practising crying, phoning home and binge-eating JCR-supplied chocolate, many Cambridge students were saddened to discover that they have only achieved half-blues status during Week 5.
The Cambridge Inter-Collegiate Christian Union has claimed responsibility for the rock thrown into a Cell and Developmental Biology lecture last week.
Peterhouse has announced a new ballot system in which students with 2.2s will have to live in a large segregated encampment.
We kept up with Cambridge students’ attempts to find love with complete strangers in the charity event of the year. Relive some of our highlights of the night. 18:35 – Before the first dates of the…
The Tab has been accused of plagiarising the works of children aged three to five since the online newspaper’s inception 8 years ago.
Kevin Price, candidate for the Labour Party mayoral nomination in Cambridge, has unveiled a manifesto based on his trademark brand of ‘Porter Politics’.
Amatey Doku has told students not to fill out the National Student Survey in order to increase his chance of winning an iPad offered in the university’s prize draw, it has been revealed.
Cambridge degree classes will now be decided based on a combination of third-year exam results and students’ total Nectar points.
We kept up with The Prince of Wales yesterday during his visit to mark the 600th anniversary of the University Library and the bicentenary of the Fitzwilliam museum.
You’ve sent in your submissions and we’ve chosen the sexiest digits to display, now it’s time to settle once and for all who has the best thumb of 2016.
Tutors have responded to increasing pressure to show compassion within the intermission process by sending students home using a twenty tonne medieval trebuchet.
Just days after CUSU came under fire for its NUS award application, The Porter’s Log has gained access to a letter sent from the union to the Nobel Committee in Norway. It reads:
It’s that wonderful time of year again. That time when we find out once and for all who has the sexiest opposable flesh rods in Cambridge. Send in your most salacious thumb pictures to email@example.com or…
In her first press conference as not-the-president-elect, Hillary Clinton publicly condemned the Cambridge liberal intelligentsia for failing to win her the US Presidential election.
Sidney Sussex officials have announced their decision to rename the college a week after Andrew Smyth, who graduated from the college in 2013, made it to the final of the hit BBC show ‘The Great…
Recruiters from Hell, the market leader in eternal damnation, have arrived in Cambridge to sign up ambitious students for their corporate summer internships and graduate schemes.
The university’s decision to switch library search engines has caused unprecedented levels of panic and grief amongst students at Cambridge, with tensions rising since iDiscover’s implementation at the start of term.
A scandal has erupted this week as Cambridge Vice-Chancellor Leszek Borysiewicz was found in bed with photographs of Oxford colleges.
Following the controversial decision to reroute the uni4 bus away from Homerton, Cambridge University officials have announced an exclusive partnership with Deliveroo, encouraging students to get themselves to lectures by riding in boxes on the…
That terrible time of year is upon is. Over the next few days we will all say goodbye to the blissful Cambridge bubble and return home.
This year’s celebration has been an unparalleled success, with more attendees than ever experiencing record levels of misery from October to June.
First the Independent, now TCS – what next for print journalism?
NUS President Malia Bouattia faced criticism this week for describing Birmingham University as “something of a Zionist outpost”, but received praise today from Birmingham Elders of Zion (BEZ), a shadowy Zionist group.
In a controversial move today, the former Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has gone back on his promise that his university appearances would be free for students to attend.
On behalf of the Proctal Examiners, may I remind students that public displays of celebration or happiness after examinations this year will not be tolerated.
Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe, the head of the Metropolitan Police Service, has publicly commended Queens’ College for successfully cracking down on some of the country’s most impenetrable ghettos
When the Jewish Society’s Prince of Egypt-themed Ball failed to live up to expectations last night, theology student Moe Zez demanded that the organisers let his people go home.
Trinity College has announced that a referendum will be held in June to decide whether the college will become independent of the University.
At the hustings last night, the four presidential candidates battled it out to prove who could best ensure CUSU remains the ineffectual organisation it has always been.
The Archbishop has condemned the recent move by the Emmanuel College Students’ Union (ECSU) to permit same-sex college marriage.
ArcSoc has expressed anger that last week’s event at Homerton, which led to the cancellation of future bops, was a direct copy of a party they had planned for the end of term.
In a highly anticipated speech, George Osborne today announced the creation of the Sugar Baby Financial Plan, which will help disadvantaged students attend university, after the abolishment of maintenance grants.
The organisers were forced to adapt the theme after spending heavily to resolve the ticketing errors last week.
Hundreds of Cambridge students taking part in the RAG Blind Date event on Tuesday made it to second base in the name of a good cause.
Students sparked a furore last weekend after a charity fashion show at the Corn Exchange descended into a hedonistic evening of sexual anarchy.
At The Porter’s Log we know Week 5 can be a teensy-weensy bit stressful so we have put together this cutesy little listicle of comfort foods to help you get through it.
Professor Sir Leszek Borysiewicz, revealed this week to be one of the highest spending university Vice-Chancellors in the UK, has announced that he will refrain from staying in penthouse suites until Easter.
University officials have announced that the length of full-term will be reduced from eight weeks to eight days with immediate effect.
The awarding of an honorary degree to UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon last week was dependent on his performance in an entrance exam, it has emerged.
The Churchill College Admissions department has expressed dismay after Google maps updated their Streetview function to allow users to see inside Cambridge colleges online for the first time.
The old Norwegian Politician-Cambridge College joke is a fairly common one but we thought we would answer it once and for all!
First-time reviewer Tara Lamp says the ADC’s experimental late-show is the best thing she has ever reviewed
ISIS terrorists have claimed responsibility for planting the object, originally believed by workmen to be a bomb, which led to the evacuation of the rail station this morning.
After a vociferous student campaign, St John’s has waded into the Cecil Rhodes debate, offering to be the controversial statue’s new home.
EXCLUSIVE: Tab journo Finn McRedmond has been nominated for a prestigious Pulitzer Prize after a heroic undercover mission to expose the shocking influence of the CUSU drug cartel.
Join The Porter’s Log for an exclusive live feed of the annual gladiatorial bedlam that pits applicants against each other for a final chance to make it into the hallowed halls of Cambridge.
After unearthing a Bronze Age settlement in Cambridgeshire last week, archaeologists in the city-centre have made another discovery, believed to be the site of an antiquated, draconian university.
Students across Cambridge are in shock as record levels of misery have swept through colleges just two days into term.
A new film will explore the carefree, idyllic years the former British National Party leader Nick Griffin spent as an undergraduate at Downing College in the late 1970s.
A group of male students at Trinity, outraged by plans to hold a breakfast marking 40 years of women at the college, has called for a special male-only breakfast to be held to celebrate men’s…
The leader of Our Grade, Our Choice has spoken of her struggle to persuade the University not to publish her consistently high grades.
The University is taking new measures to keep students off the grass by drafting in a team of military specialists to plant landmines under college courts.
The Cambridge University Atheist Union has announced plans to kick students in the privates as they leave Cindies in a bid to attract new members.
Alumni of The Lambshaggers drinking society this week voiced concerns that not nearly enough people have died at recent initiation ceremonies.