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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


    Guild Officer Election Results 2017

    Daniel Hickey, John Wimperis and Joseph Timan report on the Guild Officer Election Results night featuring interviews with all the successful candidates for full-time officer

    Written by Daniel Hickey, John Wimperis & Joseph Timan on 5th 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


    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


    Guild Highlights Student Priorities to Metro Mayor Candidates

    Redbrick analyses Ellie Keiller’s five-point ‘manifesto’, which proposes mayoral measures to improve student life

    Written by Erin Santillo on 6th February 2017


    NUS Calls For NSS Boycott

    Guild takes no position on NSS boycott despite opposing link between Teaching Excellence Framework and increased fees

    Written by Gino Spocchia on 5th 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


    ‘Your Ideas’ Sees Most Successful Round Yet

    'Your Ideas' ended its second round of voting on Friday 2nd December with the Guild describing it as the ‘most successful round ever’

    Written by Daniel Hickey on 17th December 2016


    Free The Tea Protest Goes Ahead Without Intervention

    UoB Students, on Tuesday 6th December, marched into the library holding Guild branded flasks of tea as a symbol of their resistance to the banning of food and drink in the £60 million new Main Library on campus

    Written by Emily Darby on 7th December 2016


    Your Ideas Comments and Voting Open

    The ‘Your Ideas’ Guild initiative entered its second phase of voting last Monday

    Written by Daniel Hickey on 30th November 2016
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