"Honestly, I don’t think state school teachers always have the time and resources to support students who should be applying,” one teacher said.
"My school doesn’t have a NEED for these books," a Cambridge school librarian told the first lady in an now-viral blog post where she called Dr. Seuss books "racist propaganda."
“Yes, it is very difficult to get where we are, but we did it. Why can’t you?” said student Donte Nembhard.
You may be stressed about exams, but at least there are loads of flowers!
Evidence submitted to a committee examining the impacts of Brexit on higher education reveals universities' fears.
How to survive off 9p Basics noodles, for a start.
How many expressions can you identify?
Are you openly bitter or quietly bitter?
It's believed to be the earliest and largest complete wheel of its kind.
“People are very good," said community librarian Val Empson. "We’ve been amazed by the number of donations."
Van of Life vs Van of Death.
2016 will be the year of slightly less frequent essay crises.
Is John Lewis your local store? Or just the bloke who lives next door?
As a recent graduate of Harvard Law, Obama discussed his childhood and race in America. He also read a passage from Dreams From My Father and performed a series of impersonations.
The man was initially denied entry due to his behaviour, McDonald's told BuzzFeed News.
Congrats about Charlotte and all that but THOSE CHEEKS.
Cambridge used to be The Land That Food Forgot. Not any more. Get your head around these amazing street food offerings.
It's probably the UK's ugliest city.
The driver pleaded not guilty to the charges when he was arraigned at Cambridge District Court on Wednesday.
Arriving Sunday for a three day visit, Britain's royal couple were greeted by oodles of American fans.
Featuring pub grub, Chelsea buns, and out-of-this-world jacket potatoes.
Stunning buildings, beautiful views, and delicious pub grub. You can't do much better.
Did you go to Manchester? Or Cambridge? Maybe Edinburgh?
No one is safe. Not even the swans.
"Nobody likes you; you're a visitor here, an interloper."
John's? Pembroke? Girton?
"Save the Queen!"
The Tour kicked off in Yorkshire on Saturday, and continues from Cambridge to London on Monday. The people of Yorkshire embraced the event just a touch more enthusiastically.
If you could do it all over again...
Students across the country have created Overheard pages to record some of the oddest things heard at their university. Here are some of the best.
Officers from Cambridgeshire Police visit a man's home after he fact-checked a list of ten of the eurosceptic party's policies on Twitter.
Sweetly candid moments between father and son.
Talk about turning lemons into lemonade, amirite?
A brief history of life, the universe and getting drunk with your mates on a Saturday night.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge left Prince George at home with a nanny for the first time to attend a fundraiser for Tusk Trust, an African wildlife conservation group.
Who said Muggles can't have a little magic too?
The project aims to raise awareness of the problems of poverty and homelessness.
You spent more time at Cindies than in lectures but hey, at least you had fun.
Harvard junior recalls lifeguarding with Boston bombing suspect, says he loved playing jokes on the swimmers.
Here are some of the most bizarre Facebook "likes" that Cambridge scientists can predict our IQ, race, emotional stability, and sexual orientation on.
Beg your pardon...The Duchess of Cambridge gives her first public address as a royal. Here she is at the East Anglia Children's Hospice in Ipswich. She even has a lovely speaking voice. She's suspiciously perfect.
The Gates police report is out today, and it gives a fair play-by-play of the Harvard professor's arrest.