Secrets, murders and seaside: Broadchurch

CBB: Conceited, Brash & Bitchy

Redbrick TV Meets: Esther Smith

Keeping Up With Kendall Jenner: Fashion’s New ‘It-Girl’?

‘Not On’ campaign aims to tackle sexual harassment on campus

Today saw the launch of the Guild and University ‘Not On’ campaign in a bid to reduce sexual harassment amongst university students.

Holocaust Memorial held at Birmingham’s Town Hall

On Sunday 25th January, two days before the Holocaust Memorial day, a ceremony took place in Birmingham’s Town Hall to commemorate the 1940’s genocide and all subsequent genocides around the world.

UoB ranks 10th for Graduate Employability

The University of Birmingham ranked tenth for graduate employability. Carys Bedford reports.

Police link campus graffiti with vandalism of local mosque

The West Midlands police have linked the Islamophobic graffiti incident to a similar vandal attack on the Jalalabad mosque on Dartmouth Road, Selly Oak.

General Election 2015

As the 2015 General Election approaches, follow our news and comment on the parties and issues



Charlie Hebdo: Were the Cartoonists Entirely in the Right?

Should our right to free speech have its limits, or should it extend to causing offense? Charlotte Spence offers a more apologist view of the Charlie Hebdo murders.


Who Will Apologise for Anti-Muslim Attacks?

Zarah Sultana comments on the demonisation of Muslims and why Muslims may be hesitant to speak out

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UoB Student? Sport on your doorstep in 2015

The Redbrick Sports Writers have got together to give you the low down on some of the biggest events taking place in and around the city of Birmingham over the course of 2015.


Liverpool sucker punches leave Brum feeling blue

Online Sports Editor Tom Dodd watched the Birmingham Men's 2nds Football team in their first fixture of 2015, a home Trophy Cup match against Liverpool John Moores.


Battle of Bournbrook. T-Minus 7 days.

The Varsity Rugby Union contest between the UoB 1st XV and the UoB Medics is a week away. Here's something to whet the appetite...

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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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A Time for Reflection: Christmas Food Gifts

Food Editor, Rosie Twells, looks back at the Christmas period and shares some of the fun and facts associated with food


Huge Step Forward for Antibiotics

Resistance to antibiotics has had a massive effect on the National Health Service, it's time we looked for new ones!


The Cold Truth

Can you get a cold from actually being cold? Sci&Tech investigates the virus we all suffer from.

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Birmingham stands against terror in #JeSuisCharlie vigil

Birmingham locals gathered at an evening vigil on 8th January to mourn the deaths of the twelve people killed in the offices of French satirical publication Charlie Hebdo in Paris

By Redbrick on 10th January 2015
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Welcome to 2015

As 2014 comes to an end, Kia Hunt welcomes you to the next step in your life: 2015.