The changes would result in an overall degree classification being awarded according to performance in Parts I and II rather a separate classification for each one
Sarah Wilson is tired of pointless millennial bashing and wants to have a proper conversation
The ‘not particularly tech-savvy’ Polly Evans begins her column by examining the impact that new technologies have upon our experiences and relations with the world of politics
James Alvey talks to the physicist-cum-comedian ahead of his show at the Cambridge Junction
Felix Peckham tries to understand the appeal of corporate jobs
Rhiannon Melliar-Smith chats politics, progress and positivity with the award-winning comedian ahead of her performance at the Cambridge Junction in February
Georgie Thorpe looks at why the word ‘spirits’ is used for distilled alcohol
A round-up of the best music released over the Christmas break
Imperial purple, Elizabethan sumptuary laws, luxury fashion – clothing has always been linked to ideas of class. What is the history behind this and how do clothes shape our perceptions of class today?
Lemons Lemons Lemons Lemons Lemons producer, Katherine Ridley, explains why this is the term you should get involved in theatre – without ever stepping on a stage.
Paul Hyland is introduced to the high-octane world of sports engineering with the visiting fellow at Trinity Hall