Tasha May recalls some of her fond childhood memories of the simple things.
A vampire awakens from several centuries of buried impr...
Prune Corel, Anna Mochar and Cal Hewitt
Cal Hewitt, Anna Mochar and Rue Corel pay an (undercover) visit to next-door college, Corpus - and give it a three-and-a-half-star...
Charlotte Araya Moreland
Pembroke Street takes a look at a few student rooms in and around college
Ella Jollands, First Year Arabic, Red Buildings
Katy Bennett and Eleanor Turner
Lola’s is not the only slice of tropical paradise in Cambridge – tucked away by the JP, there stands a Japanese fibre banana tree...
Pembroke is a wholesome, nearly-topping-the-Tompkins-Table, scholars’-ballot-alive-and-kicking college... so what could be more ap...
In November 2007, The Cambridge Student reported of a night of ‘Blood and Vomit’ at Pembroke’s ‘out of control’ Halloween Hall. Ey...
Going out and getting smashed is, for many, a fundamental part of the fresher experience. But hitting the sesh multiple times a we...
Bop is always a memorable bookend to each term –
unless of course you drink one too many boptails and
the whole nigh...
Dísa Greaves gives you the lowdown on staircase gossip (all PG-rated, of course) and introduces a few celebs who have graced Pem w...
Emily Fish gives you the lowdown on the dos and don’ts of Pembroke freshers’ week, from free champagne, to the social scene, to ke...
Kate Goodrum recounts her gap year experiences in Cambodia, and how her sense of perspective on ‘home’ has since changed.
Jessica Brofsky discusses the sense of impermanence she finds in calling Cambridge ‘home’.
I’ve had six addresses in three years. A...
One of the most bothersome things a person can say to me is, “where’s home for you?” In all fairness, I dislike it mostly because...
Tasha May explores the intricacies of her mixed Anglophone cultural background
When I’m asked, “where do you come from?” in Cambrid...
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