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    Qur’an ‘close to Muhammad’s lifetime’ discovered at UoB

    A manuscript copy of the Qur'an has been dated 'to less than two decades after Muhammad's death.'

    Written by Sabrina Dougall on 23rd July 2015


    David Cameron reveals counter-extremism strategy

    The Prime Minister was in Birmingham yesterday to speak on the government’s approach to the growing number of young Britons joining Islamic extremist groups abroad.

    Written by Isma Azad on 21st July 2015


    Latitude Festival: Top Picks

    Matt Moody picks five artists to catch at Latitude 2015.

    Written by Matt Moody on 15th July 2015


    Potential strike action over 108 staff facing redundancy

    An indicative ballot has begun over planned cuts to academic staff at the University of Birmingham.

    Written by Sabrina Dougall on 26th June 2015


    1 in 3 women experience sexual harassment at university

    Latest findings show prevalence of sex-related attacks on female university students.

    Written by Tara Dein on 21st June 2015


    Guild Council – 4th June 2015

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

    Written by Redbrick on 4th June 2015


    Police appeal for witnesses of Selly Oak sexual assault

    The police appeal comes after the attack of a 19-year-old student in Selly Oak in the early hours of February 20th.

    Written by James Phillips on 20th May 2015


    Student-run record label announces their first album launch party

    The student run record label, New Street Records, recently announced the release date of their debut album and their exclusive Album Release Party, which is to be held at The Rainbow Venues on 31st May.

    Written by Carys Bedford on 18th 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.

    Written by Redbrick on 16th May 2015


    Guild Council – 14th May 2015

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

    Written by Redbrick on 14th May 2015


    General Election 2015 Results

    Written by James Phillips on 6th May 2015


    Exclusive: Interview with new NUS President

    Megan Dunn, the newly-elected President of the National Union of Students (NUS), has plans for free education, ethnic minority students and the cost of living.

    Written by Sabrina Dougall on 6th May 2015
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