Live Review: Peace

Guild rules out Living Wage for staff

Review: This House at the REP

Review: Beauty and the Beast at Symphony Hall

UCU Pensions Strike Suspended Before Exam Season

Following an unprecedented 14 days of strikes at 64 universities across the country, the University and College Union (UCU) has voted to suspend industrial action after plans to alter lecturers’ pension schemes were withdrawn


Student Loan Repayment Threshold to Rise to £25k

An estimated 600,000 graduates are set to benefit from a rise in the student loan repayment threshold, meaning that they will have to earn an annual salary of £25,000 before having to repay any money


Vice Chancellor Under Fire for High Pay

Research conducted by The Guardian has revealed that vice-chancellors across the UK are paid significantly more than others in executive positions across the public sector,  including senior figures of NHS hospital trusts and local authorities in several cities.


Comment

INTERNATIONAL

My White Skin and Feminism: A Balancing Act

Comment Editor Alex Goodwin discusses how we must strive to meet the demands of intersectional feminism, even if they are higher than they seem


FEATURE

We Cannot Allow Anti-Semitism To Take Root

Comment Editor Alex Cirant-Taljaard criticises the lack of condemnation from Corbyn concerning anti-semitic behaviour in the Labour Party


Features
Campus Sport

NEWS AND OPINION

University 1st XV Win Varsity 2018

Sport Editor Olli Meek reports on UBRFC's win against the Medics in Varsity 2018

NEWS AND OPINION

HRH The Princess Royal Formally Opens University of Birmingham’s Sport and Fitness Club

Redbrick Sport reports on HRH The Princess Royal's visit to Formally open the University of Birmingham's Sport and Fitness Club

BUCS

UoB Men’s Football 1s vs Nottingham Trent

Sport Editor Alex Alton reports on UoB Men's Football 1's frustrating draw with Nottingham Trent on BUCS Wednesday

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REVIEW

Review: Ordeal by Innocence

Deputy Editor-elect Kat Smith gives her rundown of Ordeal by Innocence, Sarah Phelps' most recent Agatha Christie adaptation for the BBC

FEATURES

How To Win At Bongo’s Bingo: 10 Top Tips

Bongo’s Bingo is back in Brum with a string of messy nights of bingo, dancing and singalongs lined up over April and May. Redbrick went along to the first event on April 14th to see what all the fuss is about.

LIVE REVIEWS

Live Review: Peace

Peace's intimate show at the Sunflower Lounge was a melting pot of deep cuts and fan favourites, Pablo Doyle reviews

Redbrick Photography and Illustration

Redbrick Awards 2017

Sport were the big winners at this year's Redbrick Awards, taking home top prizes for Best Section and Best Editor at the Botanical Gardens (all photos by Elafris Photography)

By Redbrick on 21st June 2017
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Alumni Sportsday 2017

Redbrick's photographers were out in force to capture some of the action on Alumni Sportsday