The Cambridge winter is approaching, dusk now draws in at approximately 2.35pm, and napping in the library has been de rigueur for weeks. Even the Tories are still, somehow, hanging on in there: grimly, like icicles on razor wire. And yet, out there in the gathering dark, small sparks appear to light our weary way towards the festive season. Hollywood misogynists dropping like needles from a Christmas tree! A resounding “yes” for Australia’s marriage-equality plebiscite! And, right here inside our own cosy, familiar walls, a small Michaelmas miracle: the Cavendish Chronicle’s all-new website, featuring unique digital content and companion pieces ….
The Chronicle meets Rabia Nasimi, and gets to know the woman behind the headlines. Rabia Nasimi, a woman already widely recognized for her work and achievements, is now a very busy first year PhD student here at Lucy Cavendish College. She has well-defined interests within her chosen field of sociology already at 23, and she serves as the Chronicle’s BME (Black, Minority, Ethnic) Editor – helping make the Lucy Cavendish community more vibrant and diverse. On top of making great academic and extracurricular contributions to Cambridge, she continues to support, when possible, the work of the Afghanistan and Central Asian ….
Today’s the day! The sun is (almost) shining, the tank is clean… and we are LIVE! Our Michaelmas print edition is finding it’s way to your pidge today! I’m Laura Carman, the newly appointed Digital Editor and I have a lot of strong feelings about mornings. I’m not sure whether ‘Week 5 Blues’ stems from stress that has been slowly bubbling away before erupting into those particular 7 days, or the placebo affect of having been warned time and time again of said stress… Either way, I am raising my hand amongst the crowd of exhausted Lucians, sitting on the ….