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Redbrick Sport Predicts: Premier League Top 4

The Science Behind: “Clean” Eating

Competition: Win Tickets to See Olly Murs

Redbrick Investigates: Live Music at the Guild

As the Guild Officer Team announce a ‘trial’ live music event at Joe’s Bar in January, Redbrick’s Joseph Timan investigates what challenges were faced, what other measures are being taken, and what future plans are in place for there to be more live music at the Guild

Birmingham Cycle Revolution In Gear For 2018 Commuter ‘Highway’

News’ Erin Santillo reports on the £12.4 million cycle route that will connect UoB to the city centre and beyond

Green Heart Project Manager Shares Exciting Plans

Redbrick spoke to Green Heart project manager Stephen Ashton and Guild President Ellie Keiller about plans for the new open space on campus set to be completed by 2019



Mental Health Funding Won’t Help in Shared Society

Bea Harvie, Comment writer, considers whether Theresa May's rhetoric regarding mental health will come to fruition in her 'shared society'


Laser Guns: Star Trek or Great Tech?

Commentator Bea Harvie considers whether or not adopting Star Trek's laser technology is right for our austerity age

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NBL Match-Night 6: Preview

Online editor, Nicola Kenton, previews the final home game of the 2016-17 for the Birmingham Lions as the National Badminton League returns


University of Birmingham Varsity Rugby 2017

Sports writer, Olli Meek, reports on Birmingham's varisty match which took place between the University of Birmingham and the Medics rugby teams


Birmingham Past and Present Named in GB Hockey Squad

Online editor, Nicola Kenton, reports on the news that eleven representatives of the University of Birmingham have been named in the GB Hockey squad

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The Best of The UK

Travel writers come together to share their favourite destinations that are right on our doorstep


Cleverly Designed TB Vaccine Shows Promise in Mice

New research showing promising results in developing a new vaccine for TB after years of trying to tackle the disease. Mia Iyer reports


The Science Behind: “Clean” Eating

The start of a new year calls for more exercise, drinking more water and eating healthily. But is the new fad of “clean” eating really good for you? And is it backed up by science? Ellen Daugherty reports

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xpLosION 2016

Birmingham Lions took on the Bath Killer Bees for the 12th xpLosION in a close-fought match, ending 10-7 to the visitors

By Redbrick on 19th November 2016
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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.