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North Korea is Going Nuclear. It’s Time to Fight Back.

Comment Writer Colum Hawken argues that the world can no longer rely on the US to defend it from North Korea

Posted on 26th July 2017

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)

Posted on 21st June 2017

Alumni Sportsday 2017

Redbrick's photographers were out in force to capture some of the action on Alumni Sportsday

Posted on 17th June 2017

Review: Article 19 presents ‘Hamlet’

Rhys Morgan reviews Article 19's production of Hamlet, a witty and subversive take on one of Shakespeare's most well-known plays

Posted on 15th June 2017

Hacking: Is It Time to Panic Yet?

Katie Jones discusses the need for more appropriate protection of online material, in light of the recent cyber-attack on the NHS

Posted on 13th June 2017

Redbrick Sport’s Alternative Team Of The Year

Redbrick Sport's writers offer an alternative Team of the Year, comprised of Premier League players left out of the official PFA Team of the Year 2017

Posted on 11th June 2017

Live Review: Ivory Wave

Conor Potter gives us his thoughts on Ivory Wave's recent gig at the Sunflower Lounge

Posted on 10th June 2017

European Football Round-Up

Dan Steeden, Alex Alton and Nancy Frostick provide a comprehensive breakdown of all the winners in Europe's biggest leagues and cup competitions in men's and women's football in 2016-17

Posted on 10th June 2017

Redbrick Meets: Ivory Wave

Local indie lads chat to Conor Potter about labels, their influences - and their name

Posted on 5th June 2017

Last Minute Surge in Under-25s Voter Registration

Nearly a quarter of a million young people registered on deadline day alone

Posted on 31st May 2017

Why Every Student Should Register to Vote

Don't miss tonight's deadline for registering to vote in the June 8th General Election

Posted on 22nd May 2017

Review: ‘A Womb of One’s Own’

Becky Bryant reviews this rip-roaring, delightfully rude and taboo challenging play, brought to Birmingham by the Wonderbox theatre company

Posted on 16th May 2017