TCS is an online magazine whose subject and audience is the Cambridge student, covering what they are doing and making, what they should be seeing and hearing, and also what they ought to know. We are a lifestyle and culture based publication with a news section dedicated to investigation and an arts section reserved for student-made art, writing, photography and film. We have no political standpoint and politics do not restrict what we publish. If a view is justified we will consider it, and art will not be rejected for being either traditional or experimental. We are proudly affiliated with and funded by CUSU, but because of our constitution we are guaranteed editorial independence, and our content is neither representative of, or steered by, their opinion.

Our constitution can be found here: https://www.tcs.cam.ac.uk/assets/files/TCS_Constitution.pdf


If you are displeased with what you read in The Cambridge Student, your first port of call will usually be to contact the editor(s) directly at: editor@tcs.cam.ac.uk

If the issue is specifically about the website or something technical, please direct your email to: tcstechnical@cusu.cam.ac.uk

You may also file a formal complaint to TCS. The paper takes all complaints very seriously and is committed to handling them with the utmost professionalism.

Information on the formal complaints procedure

Independent Press Standards Organisation Editors’ Code of Practice

Business/Advertising Complaints

If you have an issue regarding advertising with TCS, your first point of contact should be the Cambridge University Students’ Union Business Manager.

If you wish to make a formal complaint regarding the business or advertising side of TCS, you can do so using the Cambridge University Students’ Union complaints system.