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Interview: Joe Cornish

The Irish Problem: A History

Live Review: The 1975 & Pale Waves

The Dark Side of Brumfess

Blue Line Scheme Sees Students Become Police Constables

Aneesa Ahmed reports on the Blue Line scheme, which is being funded by the University of Birmingham in collaboration with West Midlands Police. Five current UoB students are volunteering as Special Police Constables


New Partnership Signed Between UoB and Trinity College Dublin

Comment Editor Natalia Carter reports on the new partnership between UoB and Trinity College Dublin which went ahead despite Brexit concerns


News Analysis: LGBT ‘Coming Out’ Percentages For Birmingham

The number of people identifying as bisexual in the West Midlands has more than doubled in the past five years, new stats released by the Office of National Statistics (ONS) have revealed


Comment

BREXIT

The Irish Problem: A History

Comment Writer Jonathan Korn gives an account of Irish history, placing it in context of current Brexit negotiations and explains why the backstop is so contentious


ON CAMPUS

The Dark Side of Brumfess

Comment Editor Natalia Carter explores the problematic side of University confession pages


Features
Campus Sport

SLIDER (SPORTS)

xpLosION 2018: Birmingham Lions Lose Out To Swansea Titans

Sport's Ben Garrett reports on the biggest night in the Birmingham Lions' calendar

SLIDER (SPORTS)

Kick-Ass! Competition Success For UoB Kickboxers- Part 4

Sport writer Kieren Williams reports on the UoB Kickboxing Team's latest competition successes in a four-part special for Redbrick Sport, in Part 4, he reports on the evening of finals for UoB

SLIDER (SPORTS)

Kick-Ass! Competition Success For UoB Kickboxers- Part 3

Sport writer Kieren Williams reports on the UoB Kickboxing Team's latest competition successes in a four-part special for Redbrick Sport, in Part 3, he rounds up some impressive performances for the Middleweight Women

Latest Posts

SLIDER (FILM)

Review: The Kid Who Would Be King

Film Critic Matt Taylor has a look at the upcoming The Kid Who Would Be King, and is stunned by the brilliant cast and stellar direction

REVIEW

Review: Sex Education

TV Critic Eleaner Cross checks out Netflix's latest show Sex Education, which doesn't shy away from topics usually left unspoken

LIVE REVIEWS

Live Review: The 1975 & Pale Waves

Dirty Hit signees The 1975 and Pale Waves bring their beautifully unique take on pop to Arena Birmingham, Nina Avitabile reviews

Redbrick Photography and Illustration

Redbrick Awards 2018

Comment were the big winners at 2018's Redbrick Awards, picking up the coveted prize for 'Best Section' during the celebrations at Highbury Hall

By Redbrick on 19th August 2018
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Alumni Sportsday 2017

Redbrick's photographers were out in force to capture some of the action on Alumni Sportsday