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    Operation Trojan Horse: Continued doubts

    Over the last few weeks, a number of allegations have been made about the involvement of authorities in Birmingham schools, in the implementation of a ‘jihadist plot’

    Written by Tara Dein on 17th April 2014


    UoB Students Run in Elections at NUS Annual Conference

    University of Birmingham students are attending the National Union of Students' annual national conference this week.

    Written by James Phillips on 8th April 2014


    Outrage as Trustees Overrule Guild Council Decisions

    Hattie Craig, Vice President of Education, has posted a statement claiming that Trustees of the Guild of Students are wilfully disregarding students’ opinion when making reforms to the way the Guild works.

    Written by Sabrina Dougall on 4th April 2014


    Teams arrive home after record-breaking Escape and Evade

    The sixteen teams who took part in the charity hitchhike challenge have raised nearly £6000 for local Birmingham initiatives.

    Written by Sabrina Dougall on 2nd April 2014


    ‘Carbon Bubble’ action on campus

    The University’s People and Planet ‘Fossil Free’ campaign stages a 'Carbon Bubble' action on campus.

    Written by Redbrick on 30th March 2014


    Escape and Evade: How far would you go?

    Ready? Get set. Scram. This year's Carnival RAG competition is set to go further than ever before.

    Written by Sabrina Dougall on 29th March 2014


    Guild Council – 27/3/14

    Written by Josh Holder on 27th March 2014


    Teenager Convicted of Selly Oak Stabbing

    A teenager has been convicted of murder after an 18-year old was stabbed on Coronation Road in Selly Oak last September.

    Written by James Phillips on 27th March 2014


    Three students undertake charity challenge in campus library

    Three Politics students have sworn to stay in the Main Library for as long as possible, in order to raise money for Birmingham Nightline

    Written by Tara Dein on 26th March 2014


    Final Two Suspensions Dropped

    The university has dropped the 8-week long suspensions of two students who had been banned from campus following their arrests at a campus demonstration

    Written by Sabrina Dougall & Ashley Kirk on 25th March 2014


    230 UoB Staff Call for Reinstatement of Suspended Students

    A letter signed by 230 staff members at the University of Birmingham has called on Vice Chancellor David Eastwood to reinstate two suspended students after January’s protest.

    Written by Sabrina Dougall on 24th March 2014


    The Guild Awards 2014

    News Editor Sabrina Dougall reports on this year's vintage-inspired Guild Awards.

    Written by Sabrina Dougall on 24th March 2014
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