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In a shocking turn of events, it has been revealed that the Christian Union is behind the disappearance of Darwin’s seminal notebooks.
Cambridge modern languages students currently on an imaginary year abroad will now receive the additional privilege of ‘imaginary freedom of movement’ in the EU after 1st January, the UK government has today announced.
The Cambridge SU has announced it is launching a campaign to ‘Defund the Porters’, after the university administration announced a windfall for the college-based Porter Force.
In a year full of surprises, none was less eagerly anticipated than the return of the print edition of The Cambridge Student, the newspaper equivalent of the human appendix.
“Old Trafford just doesn’t have the history of Oxford Road. You know Girton 2nds beat ARU 4th XI here to avoid relegation in 2003? Incredible.”
With sports on hold after the government introduced tighter regulations to halt the spread of the coronavirus, new sports newspaper The Blue Bird is struggling to fill the pages of its hastily designed website.
As if 2020 couldn’t get any worse, RAG Blind Date is back early for an extra instalment this Michaelmas, offering lonely Cambridge students a chance to find love before coughing season.
The government’s recent decision not to extend free school meals to starving children during the half term has provoked anger and disappointment among many.
The University of Cambridge has denied that its student population is excessively privileged after an exposé revealed students had been offered gold-plated nasal swabs.
As the university community struggles to get to grips with life under COVID-19, many students are being told to self-isolate after becoming exposed to carriers of the virus.
Coronavirus measures which include keeping University libraries well-ventilated, while slowing the spread of the pandemic have left students facing new challenges, particularly the cold.
A spectre is haunting Cambridge, and it’s the spectre of Overnight Guest. Who is he?
Reports have reached the Porter’s Log of a tunnel dug underneath Emmanuel College, as students attempt to smuggle in overnight guests under the nose of the ever-watchful porters.
Amid college preparations for students’ return in late September, Cambridge’s Department of Geography has quietly moved the ‘girlfriend from home’ to its endangered species list.