Comment On: Sports Initiations

Review: Reading Festival 2015

Book Review: List of the Lost

Microsoft Reveals Latest Devices

Three Arrests Made in Connor Smith Murder Investigation

Three Birmingham men have been arrested in connection with the death of 19 year old Connor Smith, who was shot at 23:30 on 8 October in Forde Way Gardens, Hawkesley.

Guild Council to be Abolished

The discussions of Guild council are to move online, bringing an end to the familiar twice-termly council chamber debates.

UoB Student Saves Blood Cancer Patient

Oli Elston, Social Policy and Crime student, donated his stem cells last week to a blood cancer patient. Carys Jones reports.



Comment On: Sports Initiations

Cruel Humiliation of Freshers or Team Bonding? We hand UoB students the megaphone for them to tell us what they think about Sports Initiation Ceremonies.


Why Budget Surpluses are Not Normal

John Tibbits explores the counterproductive nature of budget deficits.

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Lions thrash Nottingham in Ladies Lacrosse

Sports writer George Hopkins reports on the opening game of the season for the Lions in Women's Lacrosse.


St. Andrews Edged Out By Lions In Tight Season Opener

Zak Rowe, Sport Writer, reports on the first game of the Premier North B season as Birmingham took on St. Andrews.


Interview: GB Triathlete James Hodgson

Sport Editor Nicola Kenton interviews triathlete James Hodgson, who competed at the World Championships in Chicago.

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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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Can We Trust the Five Second Rule?

Many of us believe in the five second rule. But is there any truth to it? Online Sci&Tech editor, Ellie Patten, reviews the evidence.


Review: Yakinori Takeaway

Rhiannon Stickley tries out the takeaway service at Selly Oak's latest oriental addition, Yakinori: the restaurant everyone is talking about


Microsoft Reveals Latest Devices

On October 6th, Microsoft held an event in New York to introduce their next chapter of devices. George Sabourin reports.

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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'

By Redbrick on 26th March 2015
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Covert Campus

In a Redbrick Photography special feature, check out these awesome photos of campus