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    Cambridge to Fund Scholarships for Refugees

    Cambridge University have confirmed their pledge to fund higher education scholarships for refugees and individuals from war-torn states

    Written by Nicola Stavrinou on 15th June 2018


    Keiller Warns of Fake Fab Tickets

    Following a spate of hoax ticket-buyers operating primarily on the ‘Fab N Fresh - New’ Facebook page, which has around 24,000 members, Guild President Ellie Keiller shared a post on the page to warn university students from buying tickets for events from people they do not know using bank transfers.

    Written by Tom Leaman on 9th June 2018


    Campus and Selly Floods: Live

    Written by John Wimperis, Phoebe Radford, Grace Duncan, Erin Santillo & Emily Roberts on 27th May 2018


    UoB Cheerleading Squad Placed on Probation for Alleged Racism

    Racial insensitivity and cultural appropriation have left members of the team feeling ‘ostracised’

    Written by Grace Duncan on 16th May 2018


    Vice Chancellor Under Fire for High Pay

    Research conducted by The Guardian has revealed that vice-chancellors across the UK are paid significantly more than others in executive positions across the public sector,  including senior figures of NHS hospital trusts and local authorities in several cities.

    Written by Thom Dent on 21st March 2018


    Harry and Meghan To Visit Birmingham for International Women’s Day

    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are traveling to Birmingham on the 8th March as part of their celebrations for International Women’s Day.

    Written by Emillie Gallagher on 7th March 2018


    UoB Four-Star Hotel to Open this Summer

    The University of Birmingham Edgbaston Park Hotel and Conference Centre is set to open its doors in summer 2018

    Written by Erin Santillo on 7th March 2018


    Redbrick News Investigates: The Social Side of Birmingham Sport

    Rumours of bullying, intimidation and drunken behaviour. Redbrick investigates what is really happening behind closed doors within UoB's biggest and most infamous sports teams.

    Written by Grace Duncan, Ben Johns & Phoebe Radford on 2nd March 2018


    UoB Staff Fail to Approve Strike Action

    With teaching staff at 64 universities across the country voting to strike after pension changes, only the University of Birmingham and the London School of Economics (LSE) remain fully open out of the elite Russell Group institutions

    Written by Erin Santillo on 28th February 2018


    An Audience with Sam Gyimah MP

    On Friday 9th February, Sam Gyimah, Minister of State for Universities, Science, Research and Innovation, visited the University of Birmingham (UoB).

    Written by Phoebe Radford on 27th February 2018


    News Analysis: Grid Girls Protest

    The announcement in the last fortnight that Formula 1 will be following the example of darts in removing scantily-clad women from purely ceremonial jobs has been met with backlash from both fans of the sport and the wider modelling community.

    Written by Tom Leaman on 27th February 2018


    Meet the Candidates: Guild President

    Before their campaigns went live, Elections Editor Erin Santillo interviewed the presidential candidates to gather more detail about their policies

    Written by Erin Santillo on 26th February 2018
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