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High fashion

Vice-chancellor Deborah Prentice was recently spotted donning a blazer decorated with what appeared to be golden cannabis leaves. The “(t)weed” jacket quickly caught the attention of Camfess fashonistas, who found it retailing for £236 from boutique blazer designers Smythe. The VC donned the statement item during a recorded video for a student cyber-awareness course. Some have speculated that Prentice was paying homage to her previous place of employment, Princeton, New Jersey, where recreational marijuana is legal.

Tear down these walls!

Lucy Cav students have launched a petition to bulldoze St John’s College. In the wake of John’s allegedly inflicting sky-high rent prices and shoddy condemned accommodation on Lucians, the College has been accused of no longer providing a “safe and satisfactory working environment” for students. Plans for future developments on the cleared college grounds remain speculative, with a wildlife refuge and a giant Aldi both being considered by the proposers.

Kidding around

A pottery goat made by former Varsity writer and Trinity Alumnus, King Charles III, has been put up for auction. The red-and-yellow striped critter was created over 50 years ago, while the King was undertaking a History degree at Trinity College. Expected to fetch over £10,000 at auction next month, the goat’s asking price testifies to the fruit a Cambridge degree - even of 2:2 quality - can yield to the humblest of students.

Cam-Bridgerton bouquet

A Chelsea Flower Show garden inspired by hit Netflix show and Sidgwick Site’s favourite procrastination method, Bridgerton, is coming to Cambridge. The garden pays homage to series three of the well-loved show, and will be put on display at Addenbrookes Hospital. The display features a moon gate, an ornate water feature, and a sunken seating area to create a “secretive and secluded space”.