Book Review: The Girl Who Wouldn’t Die

Culture Critic William Carroll reviews Marnie Riches' new crime novel, 'The Girl Who Wouldn't Die'.

Posted on 21st June 2015

The Lonesome South: Worshipping the Southern Gothic

Culture Critic William Carroll reflects on the often overlooked genre of Southern Gothic.

Posted on 16th June 2015

Guild Council – 4th June 2015

Join us for tonight's live coverage of Guild Council.

Posted on 4th June 2015

BBC Election Night 2015: One to Forget

How was the BBC's 2015 election coverage? Poor. Robert Jones elaborates.

Posted on 16th May 2015

Halfway mark reached for petition to change Guild taxi affiliation

Five hundred students have signed an online petition urging the Guild of Students to remove their affiliation with local taxi company Castle Cars.

Posted on 16th May 2015

Guild Council – 14th May 2015

Join us for our live coverage of Guild Council, starting tonight around 6pm.

Posted on 14th May 2015

UoB Conservatives: Why to vote Conservative on May 7th

The University of Birmingham's Conservative Future society explain why they think you should vote for their party on May 7th.

Posted on 6th May 2015

Students’ sensitive data at risk after ‘Guild of Pirates’ hacktivists breach Guild IT security

A group of students, acting under the pseudonym 'Guild of Pirates', claim to have gained access to the Guild's sensitive data this week.

Posted on 30th April 2015

Is Social Media Taking Over our Lives?

"It’s time we start living in the real world" - Katy Holdcroft suggests that although sharing and communicating through social media has its benefits, it shouldn't control our lives as it currently does.

Posted on 20th April 2015

On the Proposed Cuts to Neuroscience and Pharmacology: A Student Perspective

The Neuroscience and Pharmacology courses are set to face cuts. Here students voice their opposition in an open letter to the Medical and Dental Sciences college.

Posted on 17th April 2015

UoB and BCU unite to create ‘Birmingham Asks’ manifesto

The Guild of Students and Birmingham City University Students’ Union unite to launch the official Birmingham Student Manifesto, ‘Birmingham Asks’.

Posted on 16th April 2015

The RSC’s Production of Arthur Miller’s Classic, Death of a Salesman

Culture Critic William Carroll reviews the incredible production of Death of a Salesman at the RSC, which brings Arthur Miller's classic to life. He tells us about the captivating performance of Antony Sher, who plays Willy Loman, a salesman who is the epitome of someone trying to reach the American Dream.

Posted on 7th April 2015