The 5…things a Fresher needs to know about Birmingham!
The 5 (more)…tips for solo travel
A month ago today I began the latest of my travelling adventures: a 66 day solo voyage through 32 countries with nothing but a 30 litre backpack and a keen sense of adventure! Now ...
Written by Redbrick on 14th September 2014
The Dos and Don’ts of Travelling Abroad
DO say yes to every (safe) opportunity, when travelling everything is a once in a lifetime experience so make the most of every second
Written by Hannah Stevens on 23rd August 2014
Paris: Waste or Worth It?
Paris is constantly named one of the most worthwhile cities to visit in Europe, but is that true?
Written by Hannah Stevens on 18th August 2014
The Medinas of Morocco: From Chaos to Enchantment
In every town in Morocco you will find a medina, and with every medina will come an entirely new experience
Written by Elizabeth Waind on 11th August 2014
A Strategic Way of Taking a Gap Year
Have you not quite worked out what to do after graduation? Are you annoyed that people keep asking you that question without you having a real answer? Maybe you’re thinking of tr...
Written by Redbrick on 9th July 2014
London On A Budget
London is known as one of the greatest cities in the world but also one of the most expensive
Written by Redbrick on 20th June 2014
An Indian Summer
Thomas Walsh's gives insight into Study India.
Written by Redbrick on 15th June 2014
The 5…European Festivals to go to this Summer
Sara Tryon picks top 5 European festivals to go to this summer
Written by saratryon1 on 10th June 2014
Ancient Historians On Tour
Greece is an interesting place in many ways, but it certainly wasn’t what I was expecting
Written by Hannah Stevens on 12th May 2014
Brief Encounter: Ireland
Hannah Stevens explores Northern Ireland's expansive countryside and vibrant cities and weighs up the benefits of both...
Written by Hannah Stevens on 28th April 2014
Dodging Scams in Bangkok
Jessica Flanagan warns travellers to keep their wits about them whilst exploring Thailand's capital...
Written by Redbrick on 28th April 2014
Brum Students Abroad: Interview with Norwegian student
This week Hope Brotherton interviews Norwegian student Julie Winter about her time studying in the UK...
Written by Hope Brotherton on 9th April 2014
Issue #1450, 6th June – 20th June 2014
Sitting on a Fortune
EU and Local Elections
Redbrick Music Meets Skaters
Why we must wait for a UN Resolution on Syria
Taking A Stand Against Sexual Abuse
“Filthy. Rich. Spoilt. Rotten”
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UKIP: It’s not about ‘Left and right’, it’s about ‘right and wrong’
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