Album Review: Black Panther The Album

Switch Ports – A Force For Good?

Live Review: Kendrick Lamar

Review: Mamma Mia! at the Wolverhampton Grand

Earthquake hits Selly Oak

Deputy Editor Kirstie Sutherland reports on a magnitude 4.4 earthquake which has affected parts of the West Midlands, including UoB's main campus.


UoB Hosts Fulbright Event

On January 9th, the University of Birmingham hosted the annual US-UK Fulbright Forum


UoB Joins Alan Turing Institute

The University of Birmingham is set to join the Alan Turing Institute for data science in 2018


Comment

SLIDER (COMMENT)

Are you a Northerner or Southerner?

Food Editor Caitlin Dickinson examines the North-South divide, and how Northern stereotypes have affected her time at a Southern-dominated university


POLITICS

Female Crisps? It’s a Dorit-no From Us!

Comment Writers Jadzia Samuel and Helena Shaw discuss the uproar following the news that Doritos are releasing a new 'female friendly' crisp


Features
Campus Sport

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

BUCS

Birmingham Mens 1sts Earn Hard Fought Draw Against Durham

Alex Alton reports on a tough afternoon for the Birmingham Mens Firsts Football team as the spoils are shared in their match against Durham

BUCS

UOB Women’s Football 1sts Lose Out To Durham

Sport Editor Olli Meek reports on Birmingham Women's Football 1s defeat to Durham in BUCS

Latest Posts

SLIDER (FILM)

Review: The 15:17 to Paris

Film Critic Luis Freijo is profoundly disheartened by Clint Eastwood's latest true-story-tale The 15:17 to Paris

SLIDER (FILM)

Review: The Mercy

Film Critic Todd Waugh Ambridge refuses to go down with The Mercy, true-story-sailing-biopic starring Colin Firth, the proverbial ship in this metaphor

SINGLE REVIEWS

Single Review: Eliza – Livid

Music Critic Natasha Burden reviews a sultry new track from the artist formerly known as Eliza Doolittle

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