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TheCambridgeStudent Feb 8
talks to , current Lebanese ambassador to the UK.
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TheCambridgeStudent Feb 8
Students have created a new league table ranking the wages paid by all Cambridge colleges. Queens' topped the table, while Robinson came last. Only 8 colleges pay the Real Living Wage to all staff.
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TheCambridgeStudent Jan 15
Last night, stripped off in Cambridge to speak out about Brexit at her talk entitled ‘Brexit: The Naked Truth’. TCS attended the talk, and spoke to Bateman herself about the future of this country and her unique style of protest.
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TheCambridgeStudent Nov 19
Forget about Christmas, the new TCS website is NOW LIVE! Come and explore the new sections and check out our new look.
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TheCambridgeStudent Nov 19
"By collating clips from films of various genres, languages and time periods, Marclay presents an intricate portrayal of the human day, shown in parallel with real time."
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TheCambridgeStudent Nov 18
"Whether you’re a Gilbert & Sullivan aficionado or if this would be your first evening watching opera by choice, I could not recommend this performance highly enough." ★★★★
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TheCambridgeStudent Nov 16
“Anybody who [...] claims that they know confidently what’s going to happen in British politics generally in the next six months is deceiving themselves. I’ve never known a bigger shambles, and a bigger period of uncertainty and confusion."
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TheCambridgeStudent Nov 16
"Occasionally, a more committed approach to the characters would have made the play more convincing in addition to more moments of stillness to allow the audience to fully appreciate the gravity of the scene." ★★★
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TheCambridgeStudent Nov 16
"He smiled and shook his head somewhat guiltily, though not guiltily enough to suggest any change of heart: “No, football is for men”."
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TheCambridgeStudent Nov 16
"The walls of internal rooms, of the exterior of council-estate buildings or of large mid-twentieth century trucks, are all tightly conformed to a rigid set of orthogonals from a vanishing point."
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TheCambridgeStudent Nov 15
"Jordan Peterson, he uses the term ‘cultural Marxism’, which is, I think, nonsense. This ‘political correctness’ [...] is not Marxism […] This is a typical petty bourgeois moralizing as a defense against true political, economic, social radicalization.”
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TheCambridgeStudent Nov 15
"Judy (Ella Burns) was a particularly satisfying character, a passionate, drug-addled, Ritz cracker-devouring hippie whose joie de vivre is undercut by moments of severe distress." ★★★★
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TheCambridgeStudent Nov 14
"The show’s range of material is quite extraordinary – at one moment we are immersed in an autobiographical monologue of a once-eminent scientist, and at another we’re grieving over a train-crash of a nudes-exchange." ★★★
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TheCambridgeStudent Nov 13
"I do believe that it is incumbent upon our political leaders to tone down the rhetoric and restore civility in our political debates because the American people do listen to their leaders and the leaders set the tone above and beyond all others."
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TheCambridgeStudent Nov 13
"Bending your legs too much when cycling will put strain on your back. When we all spend so many hours at a desk already, why add strain?"
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TheCambridgeStudent Nov 12
"Life and what has lived, as well as what has survived the death of other things, is always driving Hopkins’s perception of nature."
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TheCambridgeStudent Nov 11
"Martin equated this form to musical rhythms, especially those of jazz music, with its flexibility within the regular system to which it conforms."
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TheCambridgeStudent Nov 10
"The film itself serves as a celebration of integration; a lonely Irishman and a lonely Czech brought together by their love of music and a desire to move on from the past."
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TheCambridgeStudent Nov 10
"I worry that our closeness to performers in a show can sometimes modify a playwright’s intentions too much."
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TheCambridgeStudent Nov 9
"The Drake Equation is used by astrophysicists to hypothesise the number of intelligent civilisations in a galaxy, and I’ve adapted that to estimate the number of people I can date in the UK, and I came up with the number of 73"
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