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Cambridge University Reporter

The Cambridge University Reporter is the University's journal of official business and the primary means through which official information and governance-related matters are conveyed by the University to its members and the wider community.

'Ordinary' issues of the Reporter are published weekly in term time with 'Special' issues published at set times throughout the year. Ordinary issues are divided into two parts: the official part, which carries University Notices and information issued under authority; and the unofficial part, which carries items such as reports of Discussion, fly-sheets, and College and Society notices. The Reporter became an online-only publication in 2011 and issues are available to view in both html and pdf versions from the 1997-98 academical year to the present. Although certain types of information are accessible only to the current University community, the majority of the items included are publicly accessible and free to view by all.

The Registrary is the official Editor of the Reporter but University Officers in the Registrary's Office division of the UAS manage its publication.

 





Please note, an extraordinary issue of the Reporter was published on 18 September 2019 and is available as usual in html and pdf formats.

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Publication schedule 2019-20

Publication will be weekly as follows:

  Michaelmas Term 2019:
  25 September to 11 December

  Lent Term 2020:
  15 January to 18 March

  Easter Term & Long Vacation 2020:
  16 April to 22 July

The normal deadline for submissions is 4pm on the Friday before publication the following week. The Reporter is usually published on Wednesdays; however, following a Monday bank holiday, publication day is Thursday.

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