UoB Students, Staff and Alumni Honoured by the Queen with New Year’s Titles

Hard Brexit Could Send Higher Education into Crisis

Redbrick Investigates: Student Loans – Confusion and Contention

‘Your Ideas’ Sees Most Successful Round Yet

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    UoB Students, Staff and Alumni Honoured by the Queen with New Year’s Titles

    Following the publishing of the New Year’s Honours list, Erin Santillo reports on the university’s seven recipients of awards

    Written by Erin Santillo on 17th January 2017

    BIRMINGHAM

    Petition calls for Council to ‘Stand Up For “Stirchley’

    On the 22nd December 2016, Birmingham City Council approved a planning application from Lidl to build a brand new store on the Stirchley site of Fitness First and PSL Bowling

    Written by Emily Youlton on 17th January 2017

    NATIONAL

    Hard Brexit Could Send Higher Education into Crisis

    Several of Britain’s top academics have warned that a ‘hard Brexit’ could mean the ‘biggest disaster’ in higher education for decades

    Written by Emily Darby on 16th January 2017

    NEWS

    Redbrick Investigates: Live Music at the Guild

    As the Guild Officer Team announce a ‘trial’ live music event at Joe’s Bar in January, Redbrick’s Joseph Timan investigates what challenges were faced, what other measures are being taken, and what future plans are in place for there to be more live music at the Guild

    Written by Joseph Timan on 16th January 2017

    BIRMINGHAM

    Birmingham Cycle Revolution In Gear For 2018 Commuter ‘Highway’

    News’ Erin Santillo reports on the £12.4 million cycle route that will connect UoB to the city centre and beyond

    Written by Erin Santillo on 30th December 2016

    FEATURED

    Redbrick Investigates: Student Loans – Confusion and Contention

    After the government’s recent abolition of maintenance grants, Redbrick’s Joseph Timan and Erin Santillo investigate the effects of and reactions towards this move and other controversial proposals

    Written by Erin Santillo & Joseph Timan on 30th December 2016

    NEWS

    Riots Break Out at HMP Birmingham

    News' Emily Roberts reports on the HMP Birmingham prison riots from earlier this month

    Written by Emily Roberts on 29th December 2016

    GUILD OF STUDENTS

    ‘Your Ideas’ Sees Most Successful Round Yet

    'Your Ideas' ended its second round of voting on Friday 2nd December with the Guild describing it as the ‘most successful round ever’

    Written by Daniel Hickey on 17th December 2016

    CAMPUS

    Green Heart Project Manager Shares Exciting Plans

    Redbrick spoke to Green Heart project manager Stephen Ashton and Guild President Ellie Keiller about plans for the new open space on campus set to be completed by 2019

    Written by Joseph Timan on 17th December 2016

    NATIONAL

    Queen Mary Joins City in Newspapers Ban

    Queen Mary University becomes the latest institution to call for banning tabloid newspapers such as The Sun, Express and Daily Mail from the campus

    Written by Megan Stanley on 16th December 2016

    BIRMINGHAM

    3,000 Children Hospitalised in West Midlands ‘Self Harm Epidemic’

    New figures from the NSPCC have shown that 2,823 children were hospitalised last year in the West Midlands for self harm injuries, increasing the figures by 200 from the previous year

    Written by Megan Stanley on 16th December 2016

    NEWS

    Selly Oak Shooter Charged With Attempted Murder

    On the night of the 10th of July 2016, a man was shot through the window of his car, on Tiverton Road, Selly Oak

    Written by Redbrick on 11th December 2016
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