Dozens disappointed after only qualifying for Week 5 half-blues
After an intense term of crying, phoning home and binge-eating JCR-supplied chocolate, many Cambridge students were saddened to discover they had only achieved half-blues status during Week 5.
Christian Union admits rock thrown through lecture hall window was part of new recruitment campaign
The Cambridge Inter-Collegiate Christian Union has claimed responsibility for the rock thrown into a Cell and Developmental Biology lecture last week.
Oxford takes an early lead in Varsity institutional prejudice match
With an email warning students to ‘be vigilant’ after black ex-student Femi Nylander walked through Harris Manchester College, Oxford have taken the lead in the annual institutional prejudice contest against Cambridge.
Underperforming Peterhouse students to be housed in ‘District 2.2’ after ballot changes
Peterhouse has announced a new ballot system in which students with 2.2s will have to live in a large segregated encampment.
RAG Blind Date – as it happened
We kept up with Cambridge students’ attempts to find love with complete strangers in the charity event of the year.
Ex-porter running for mayor proposes “city-wide pigeonhole system”
Kevin Price, candidate for the Labour Party mayoral nomination in Cambridge, has unveiled a manifesto based on his trademark brand of ‘Porter Politics’.
Revealed: CUSU President called for NSS boycott to increase his chance of winning iPad
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.
New Cambridge degree classification to be based on Nectar points
Cambridge degree classes will now be decided based on a combination of third-year exam results and students’ total Nectar points.