Old Joe Lights Up Blue For Nightline Awareness Week

Report Released on Sexual Assault in Australian Universities

Paradise Papers Implicate Oxford, Cambridge, and Over 100 American Universities

Runaway Bull Shot Dead after Solihull Ramage

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    Old Joe Lights Up Blue For Nightline Awareness Week

    Monday the 20th of November marked the start of Nightline Awareness Week on the University of Birmingham’s campus, which has been promoted with Old Joe’s clock face lighting up blue

    Written by Redbrick on 23rd November 2017

    SLIDER (NEWS)

    Report Released on Sexual Assault in Australian Universities

    The Australian Human Rights Commission (AHRC) released a report on sexual assault in Australian universities on the first of August

    Written by Daniel Hickey on 20th November 2017

    NATIONAL

    Paradise Papers Implicate Oxford, Cambridge, and Over 100 American Universities

    The universities of Oxford and Cambridge, as well as ‘more than 100’ American universities, possess offshore interests on which they pay minimal tax, the Guardian has reported

    Written by Branwen Onono on 20th November 2017

    BIRMINGHAM

    Runaway Bull Shot Dead after Solihull Ramage

    An escaped young bull was shot dead by police after running rampant into a primary school playground

    Written by MelissaVeitch on 20th November 2017

    BIRMINGHAM

    New Student Residence Planned

    A 290 student bedroom block is set to be built in the centre of Birmingham with the backing of Chinese investors

    Written by Grace Duncan on 20th November 2017

    CAMPUS

    UoB Accommodation is Fire Safe

    Following the Grenfell Tower disaster, the University of Birmingham's accommodation has been declared not at risk from the same problems

    Written by Branwen Onono on 19th November 2017

    NATIONAL

    Rise In Students Borrowing To Cover Living Costs

    Increasing numbers of young people are borrowing in order to afford basic living costs

    Written by Michael on 19th November 2017

    SLIDER (NEWS)

    In the News… from 1605: The West Midlands’ Forgotten Role in the Gunpowder Plot

    As we approached this year’s Guy Fawkes Night, we took time to remember the attempted treasonous attack on King James I of 1605

    Written by Tom Leaman on 19th November 2017

    GUILD OF STUDENTS

    Guild’s ‘Free Periods’ Campaign Returns

    Students who have periods are once again able to collect free sanitary products from the Guild

    Written by John Wimperis on 17th November 2017

    BIRMINGHAM

    Murder Inquiry Launched After Hall Green Attack

    A murder inquiry has been launched following the death of a man assaulted in the Hall Green area

    Written by Tim.Abington on 17th November 2017

    NATIONAL

    News Analysis: Should ‘Elite’ Universities Charge Higher Tuition Fees?

    After Theresa May promised to review the growing issue over tuition fees, there has been widespread dispute over what students should have to pay after they graduate

    Written by Sophie Woodley on 17th November 2017

    NATIONAL

    Diversity Still a Problem at Elite Universities

    Oxford University has been accused of ‘social apartheid’ by former education minister David Lammy due to its admissions policies which have reignited the debate surrounding diversity at the university

    Written by Gregory Robinson on 16th November 2017
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