Guild releases Grad Ball tickets hours before advertised time

Student jailed for hacking University computers to boost grades

UoB alumna elected NUS Vice President Higher Education

University to host series of General Election events

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    NEWS

    The policies you support, according to Vote for Policies

    The results from Redbrick's Vote for Policies survey are in, and here are your top issues as we approach the General Election.

    Written by James Phillips on 2nd May 2015

    CAMPUS

    80% of lecturers may be cut from Neuroscience and Pharmacology

    Redbrick understands that the the number of lecturers is likely to be reduced from fifty to around nine.

    Written by Sabrina Dougall on 2nd May 2015

    CAMPUS

    Guild releases Grad Ball tickets hours before advertised time

    Students express confusion and disappointment as Grad Ball tickets are put on sale earlier than intended.

    Written by Safiyyah Gareeboo on 2nd May 2015

    CAMPUS

    Circles of Influence Campaign Close – #UoBpartofit

    The University’s Circles of Influence entered its final 100 days on 23rd April, marking the end of that has been the most successful Higher Education campaign outside Oxbridge and London

    Written by Safiyyah Gareeboo on 1st May 2015

    GUILD OF STUDENTS

    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.

    Written by Jack Lockyer-Stevens & Redbrick on 30th April 2015

    NEWS

    Labour and Tories tie for second place in Redbrick poll

    This week's Redbrick poll for the General Election sees the Greens retain their lead, whilst Labour and Conservative party support equals.

    Written by James Phillips on 26th April 2015

    NEWS

    ‘Toxic rhetoric’ on immigration criticised at BBC General Election debate

    The University played host to a BBC Asian Network General Election panel debate. Sabrina Dougall was behind the scenes during filming.

    Written by Sabrina Dougall on 24th April 2015

    BIRMINGHAM

    Student jailed for hacking University computers to boost grades

    Imran Uddin, 25, has been sentenced to four months in prison for stealing staff passwords to change his degree classification.

    Written by Sabrina Dougall on 24th April 2015

    NEWS

    BBC Newsbeat Elections Debate held on Campus

    The BBC’s second Radio 1 Newsbeat: the Elections Debate, hosted by Tina Daheley and Chris Smith, was held on campus in the Great Hall.

    Written by Isma Azad on 24th April 2015

    BIRMINGHAM CITY

    UOB Student nominated for PFA Women’s Young Player of the Year Award

    England Under 19 international and Birmingham City LFC star Aoife Mannion has been shortlisted for the PFA Women's Young player of the Year Award, after being nominated by her fellow professionals.

    Written by Will Robey on 23rd April 2015

    NATIONAL UNION OF STUDENTS

    UoB alumna elected NUS Vice President Higher Education

    Sorana Vieru, a University of Birmingham alumna, has been elected to the position at the National Union of Students (NUS) National Conference today.

    Written by Sabrina Dougall on 22nd April 2015

    CAMPUS

    Vale burglar jailed for four years

    A man has been jailed for four years for repeated burglaries of the University and student accommodation.

    Written by Sabrina Dougall on 21st April 2015
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