Sam Allardyce Parts Company with England

Redbrick Meets: James Vincent McMorrow

Review: Little Shop of Horrors at the New Alexandra Theatre

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Midland Metro Tram Opens

Megan Stanley reports, with commentary from Edgbaston MP Gisela Stewart.

UoB Climbs Four Places to 13th In Guardian League Table

UoB performs strongly in the Guardian's latest rankings despite a bad year for the Russell Group

International DJ Success for UoB Medical Student

Third year medical student Kishan Bodalia could have the chance to play at acclaimed dance festival, Tomorrowland, in Belgium this summer.



All Lives Matter – One Step Away from Racism

Joe Goodsall reacts against those who object to the Black Lives Matter movement


Theresa May, Call a General Election!

Comment Editor, Joe Goodsall explains why Theresa May is making a mistake by not calling a general election

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Preview: Aussie Rules vs. Gaelic Football

The first big sporting event on campus takes place between Aussie Rules and Gaelic Football, find out more about the clubs here


Economics Student is England World Cup Winner

Online editor, Nicola Kenton, reports on the success of UoB Economics student Andrew Kitchener.


UoB have Record Number of Athletes in Rio

With one week to go until the 2016 Olympic Games start in Rio de Janeiro, UBSport confirm those athletes who have attended UoB and will be at the games.

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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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Thailand on a Budget

Travel writer, Lily, explains why Thailand is the perfect destination for a holiday if you're a student on a budget


Festival Review: Bestival 2016

Megan Gibson holidays in the Isle of Wight for this much-loved festival


Review: Hunt for the Wilderpeople

Film Critic Alex McDonald reviews Hunt for the Wilderpeople, the latest from Kiwi indie director Taika Waititi

Redbrick Photography and Illustration

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'