UoB Student Societies Rally Against Fascism

Birmingham Flat Raided in Relation to Westminster Attack

Jeremy Corbyn Criticises Government For ‘Frenzied Scaremongering’ Towards Refugees

University Speech Restriction Causes Controversy

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    UoB Student Societies Rally Against Fascism

    Following the discovery of fascist graffiti in Guild, student groups united to rally against discrimination, hatred, and violence

    Written by Emily Roberts on 25th March 2017


    Fascist Graffiti Reappears in Guild Toilets

    Several instances of fascist graffiti targeted at certain groups have recently been discovered in the Guild of Students’ toilets

    Written by Joseph Timan on 13th March 2017


    New Library Banner Cost £27,000

    The decorative hoarding placed on the front of the Old Library building is reported to have cost the price of an undergraduate degree

    Written by Madeleine Bourne on 12th March 2017


    Live Coverage: Guild Election Results 2017

    Live coverage from the Redbrick News team of the results to the Guild Elections 2017

    Written by Redbrick on 4th March 2017


    Redbrick’s Guild Elections Guide 2017

    Redbrick News have put together an extended guide to the candidates for 2017's Guild Elections so you can make the right choice

    Written by Redbrick on 23rd February 2017


    Police Confirm Body Discovered at Vale Lake

    The body was discovered on Tuesday afternoon and was pronounced dead later that day

    Written by Conrad Duncan on 21st February 2017


    University Signs Agreement With BAE Systems

    The University has formed a partnership with UK weapons manufacturer BAE Systems that will lead to closer work on ‘exciting research and innovation’

    Written by John Wimperis on 17th February 2017


    Trade Unions Condemn UoB Who Will Leave Staff Without 3 Weeks Pay

    Last week, unions UNISON, GMB and UNITE condemned plans that would mean 320 University of Birmingham staff will go 3 weeks with no pay in July if proposals to move from weekly to monthly pay go ahead

    Written by Emily Darby on 13th February 2017


    Chinese New Year Comes to UoB Campus

    Zixuan Wang reports on celebrations that took place on campus at the end of January for the Chinese New Year

    Written by Zixuan Wang on 10th February 2017


    Students Protest Staff Working Hours

    Staff and students gathered outside the Guild during Wednesday lunchtime in protest of the University’s decision to increase the workload of staff

    Written by Megan Stanley on 20th January 2017


    UoB Students, Staff and Alumni Honoured by the Queen with New Year’s Titles

    Following the publishing of the New Year’s Honours list, Erin Santillo reports on the university’s seven recipients of awards

    Written by Erin Santillo on 17th January 2017


    Green Heart Project Manager Shares Exciting Plans

    Redbrick spoke to Green Heart project manager Stephen Ashton and Guild President Ellie Keiller about plans for the new open space on campus set to be completed by 2019

    Written by Joseph Timan on 17th December 2016
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