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    Facebook group attacks poor Virgin Media coverage

    Students have turned to new measures of getting Virgin Media’s attention over an unsatisfactory standard of service connection speeds.

    Written by Stephanie Fruin on 27th October 2014


    Hindu Society lights up UoB for Diwali Week

    The University of Birmingham's Hindu society held Diwali Week to celebrate the 'Festival of Lights' and 'lit up' the UoB campus!

    Written by Vedika Bahl on 27th October 2014


    Fifteen UOB students selected for prestigious Lloyds Scholars Programme 

    Written by Carys Bedford For the second year running, The University of Birmingham has continued its involvement in the award-winning Lloyds Scholars Programme

    Written by Redbrick on 26th October 2014


    Non-Sabbatical Officer, NUS Delegate and Guild Councillor election results

    Redbrick bring you the results for the positions of Non-Sabbatical Officers, NUS Delegates, and Guild Councillors

    Written by James Phillips on 24th October 2014


    2014-2017 ‘Strategic Plan’ launched by Guild of Students

    The Guild of Students launched a brand new 'Strategic Plan', 2014-2017.

    Written by James Phillips & Lucy Moseley on 24th October 2014


    Birmingham Professors ballot for strike action over University pensions

    University of Birmingham professors at risk of a pension loss of 36% compared to professors at "new" institutions.

    Written by Sophie Dober on 24th October 2014


    University of Birmingham Sixth Form set for September

    Applications are now open for the University of Birmingham’s new Sixth Form, due to open next September.

    Written by Alana Forman on 24th October 2014


    Ofsted on ‘Trojan Horse’ schools: “Poor practice remains unchallenged”

    Zaiba Patel reports on the ongoing 'Trojan Horse' scandal: Ofsted find further issues in Birmingham schools.

    Written by Zaiba Patel on 24th October 2014


    Great Birmingham Run sees most successful turnout yet

    Birmingham’s half marathon, which took place on Sunday, saw a hugely successful turn out of 22,000, attracting competitors from all over the UK

    Written by Tara Dein on 21st October 2014


    New Modern Languages Course at UoB

    The University of Birmingham and the Open University have launched a new Modern Languages Course, available from 2014.

    Written by Valerie Ogadi on 18th October 2014


    Evan Davis guest lecture: Why London Dominates

    Broadcaster and economist Evan Davis visited the University of Birmingham on Tuesday evening to discuss the future of Britain's cities.

    Written by Sabrina Dougall on 18th October 2014


    OxJam Returns to Birmingham

    Oxfam’s musical event OxJam returns for its sixth consecutive year- hosting a mixture of Birmingham’s finest talents. George Thomas reports.

    Written by George Thomas on 18th October 2014
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