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Why You Should Take a Year Abroad

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Old Joe Goes Pink for Breast Cancer Awareness Month

UoB takes steps towards boosting breast cancer awareness across campus, starting with its landmark clock tower

Vale Boiler Delay Sparks Safety Concerns

Delay in legally required annual boiler checks left a flat in Tennis Courts accommodation with a potentially harmful fault

New University Library Opens

After many years of planning, the new Main Library, a £60 million venture, opened its doors to students on the first day of term



Clinton Eases To Final Debate Victory

Robert Jones comments on the recent US Election and explains why this was a victory for Clinton


Ched Evans and The Ex-Factor

Ched Evans was accused of raping a 19 year old but was cleared of all charges. Comment writer Antonia Miles tells us why this was problematic

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Men’s 1sts Claim Convincing Draw Against Loughborough 1sts

Harry Wilkinson reports on the Men's football 1sts, who played their first home game of the season back in the BUCS Premier League North.


Spotlight On: Trampolining

Sports writer, Conrad Duncan, went along to one of the taster sessions hosted by the UoB Trampolining club


Redbrick FC vs. BEDSoc Match Report

Redbrick FC's star striker Dan Steeden rounds up our first match of the season against BEDSoc

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The BIG Media Event

What are employers looking for in a graduate today? How can you break into such a competitive field? Our distinguished panel of keynote speakers talked about their long careers in ...

By Julia Yan on 20th January 2015
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Exclusive: Meet the cast of ‘The Bridge’

Redbrick Film interviews the cast of the upcoming student film ‘The Bridge’ directed and produced by University of Birmingham student Cassiah Joski-jethi. Screening is on Saturday 29th March at the Chaplaincy. Video by Julia Yan, Charlie Moloney and Molly Garfoot ©RedbrickMultimedia

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2016: The Year Of The Knowles Sisters

Natalie Hatton celebrates Beyoncé and Solange, the power sisters of 2016


Finding the Right Dating App is Harder Than Finding a Date

Life&Style writer Katie McDonald tries to navigate her way around the dizzying array of dating apps currently on the market


Book to the Future Presents: ‘The Woman Who Went to War with Shakespeare’

Book to the Future, the University of Birmingham's annual Literary Festival, presented a talk by our very own Professor Chris Laoutaris on a fascinating and lesser known figure involved in the life of William Shakespeare

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Walkabout’s Refurbishment

Walkabout bar, on Broad Street, underwent a £450,000 refurbishment. The makeover saw the exterior and interior of the bar redecorated. Reporter, James Moore, attended the grand opening.

By James Moore on 8th November 2015
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A Night at the Movies

James Bagshaw captures some fantastic photos from the Birmingham University Dance Society's show, 'A Night at the Movies'