“Debauched” nudity at Regent’s “hall of shame”

Formal halls at Regent’s Park have been suspended this week following “debauched” events at a college dinner. There are reports that inappropriate Snapchats were intercepted by catering staff during the meal last Friday evening.  The images are believed to include graphic male nudity. During the meal one student took part in a naked “quad run” […]

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Merton non-collections

A number of Merton students arrived to sit collections last week to find no exam or, in some cases, the wrong paper. The collections were due to be taken on Thursday of 0th week, but some papers did not arrive due to a misunderstanding between College and external tutors. Tom Dyer, a second-year studying Classics […]

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Queen’s address gender

A sports committee at Queen’s has rejected proposals to address a gender imbalance. Plans to either invite all men’s and women’s sports captains to meetings of the Amalgamated Sports Committee (known as Amalgers), or alternatively invite all major sports captains and double the number of minority sports representatives failed at a meeting on Sunday. Last […]

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