West Midlands Revealed to have the Highest Number of Zero-Contract Hours

What Do Students Think of Campus Developments?

Redbrick Investigates: Student Jobs

‘University of Birmingham in Europe’ Event

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    SLIDER (NEWS)

    West Midlands Revealed to have the Highest Number of Zero-Contract Hours

    BBC Inside Out has revealed that the West Midlands is estimated to have around 79,000 people engaged in the informal and potentially problematic zero- contracts hour.

    Written by nicole on 12th February 2016

    CAMPUS

    What Do Students Think of Campus Developments?

    A series of campus developments at the University of Birmingham are edging closer to completion. But what do students think of the new buildings?

    Written by Ian Rogers on 10th February 2016

    BIRMINGHAM

    Two Gangs Found Guilty of Birmingham’s Increased Gun Crime

    In January, Redbrick reported that Birmingham was currently facing a surge in gun related crime. It has now been revealed that the West Midlands Police have apparently tied at least 20 shootings to the infamous Burger Bar Boys and Johnson Crew.

    Written by Megan Stanley on 10th February 2016

    FEATURED STORIES

    Police urge students to ‘engage with the facts’ on safety in Selly Oak

    Police have responded to claims that Selly Oak is becoming increasingly unsafe, criticising 'social media gossip' and stressing the importance of 'engaging with the facts'.

    Written by Matt Moody on 9th February 2016

    SLIDER (NEWS)

    Redbrick Investigates: Student Jobs

    How many people do you know who juggle a part-time job with their university studies?

    Written by Ian Rogers & Sabrina Dougall on 9th February 2016

    CAMPUS

    ‘University of Birmingham in Europe’ Event

    Reporter, James Moore, attended the ‘University of Birmingham in Europe’ campaign launched on Thursday 4th February.

    Written by James Moore on 8th February 2016

    CAMPUS

    ‘Why Is My Curriculum White’ Event

    On Monday 1 February, BEMA (the Black & Ethnic Minorities Association) hosted the ‘Why is my Curriculum White?’ discussion at the University of Birmingham.

    Written by Gregory Robinson on 6th February 2016

    CAMPUS

    UoB MUN Society Host International MUN Conference

    The United Nations Society at the University of Birmingham hosted a new version of the International Model United Nations Conference (UBIMUN). Katarina Dubrova reports.

    Written by Redbrick on 6th February 2016

    SELLY OAK

    Student Accommodation Plans in Selly Oak Approved

    Council members vote in favour of Victorian Mansion to be renovated into student accommodation, despite opposing campaign from residents.

    Written by Jenny Hughes on 5th February 2016

    BIRMINGHAM

    Birmingham Ranked 3rd Happiest City to Work in the UK

    Business psychologists OPP conducted a study of over 2500 employees in the UK in January.

    Written by Farah Sheraz on 5th February 2016

    BIRMINGHAM

    Body of Missing Man Found in Car Boot in Edgbaston

    Following the recent crime surge within the Selly Oak area, another major crime has occurred 8-10 minutes away from the University campus, in Edgbaston. The body of a man reported as missing has been found in a car boot in Edgbaston.

    Written by Isma Azad & Danyal Hussain on 2nd February 2016

    AT THE UNIVERSITY

    REVIEW: Gilbert and Sullivan’s ‘Patience’

    UoB's Gilbert and Sullivan Society deliver a brilliant and humorous performance of 'Patience' with a modern twist.

    Written by Imogen Tink on 2nd February 2016
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