Impossible is a new project to be launched in Cambridge this Wednesday, based on encouraging a peer-to-peer gift economy. Users will post wishes to a community of users that may help.
Government research finds that GCSEs are a better predictor of success. Cambridge University argues that planned reforms will go against their progress towards fairer access.
Stephen Hawking has added his support to the movement to boycott the academic institutions of Israel.
St John's College May Ball Committee gives away a pair of tickets to New College Oxford's Commemoration Ball
The proposed 12-acre facility was met with some opposition, who claim the area could lead to problems for local wildlife.
Welcome to the world of Gatsby: prices are high and morality is low. Joining forces for this piece, Varsity’s Culture and Fashion Editors have gathered their favourite Gatsby-esque items. In true Gatsby form price is not a consideration. Extravagance, however, is.
Varsity's resident pub reviewer is back! This week, Oscar MacLean heads to The Empress.
Varsity's online exposé of some of Cambridge's brightest creative talent. (I)
A focus on conferences, talks, and exhibitions this week—Varsity wants to be a help, not a hindrance this close to exams!
In the first of a new series of articles, Varsity speaks with Tania Clarke about her Cambridge theatre experiences as well as more general thoughts on life.