One resident claims he saw at least two ducklings killed in one race. He calls the increasing number of rowers on the River "at crisis point"
Last week, a team of Girton hackers single-handedly rigged the Tab's “Worst College” survey. Varsity plunges into the dark underworld of Girton to investigate.
The University Officer Training Corps hoisted an identical car into the air, exactly 55 years after the infamous stunt took place on the roof of Senate House
The project will be partly funded by the government, thanks to its innovation and growth initiative for the UK
Last minute switch of headliner for this Friday's Robinson May Ball
Star of Heart of Darkness, Guy Clark speaks with Varsity about his experiences with the play, and how money might be a better option than luck.
In the first part of an in-depth look at the Download Festival, Yaz Jung looks at the significance of this years proceedings
Jenni Caisley reviews LAND, the one night exhibition held at the Fountain on Thursday 13th June 2013.
Writing on their artistic inspiration and techniques, Varsity previews seven of the sixteen artists behind LAND, the one evening multimedia exhibition happening at the Fountain on Thursday 13th June between 8 and 11pm.
Varsity takes a look at this summer's top festivals