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Volunteering in Romania

Review: Five Feet Apart

Spilling The Bubble Tea on Selly’s Chinese Cafes

Meet Kaiden Williams – The Primark Model with Vitiligo

UoB Research Cuts Branded a ‘Betrayal’ by Academic Staff

The College of Arts and Law (CAL) has proposed to cut down the time academic staff spend on research, which one lecturer has branded a ‘betrayal’ by the University of Birmingham


Birmingham MP Turns Down UoB Honour Due to Living Wage Controversy

The Labour MP for Hodge Hill, Liam Byrne, has rejected an Honorary Senior Research Fellowship from the University of Birmingham because the University does not have an official living wage employer status


One Third of Young People Across the UK Are Registered To Vote

According to The Electoral Commission, the independent body which oversees elections in the UK, only a third of young people are registered to vote


Comment

INTERNATIONAL

Fact or Fiction: The Stories in the Media

Luca Demetriou argues that the media often ignore facts in favour of sensationalised stories


POP CULTURE

Momo Can’t Hurt You, but the Media Can

Holly Pittaway discusses how the media is perhaps to blame for the escalation of the 'Momo Challenge'


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

ABROAD

Volunteering in Romania

Travel Writer Jacky Sy shares his experiences of volunteering in Romania

SLIDER (FILM)

Review: Five Feet Apart

Film Critic Alex Green is not impressed with first-time director Justin Baldoni's film Five Feet Apart which depicts two CF patients as they fall in love

RESTAURANT REVIEWS

Spilling The Bubble Tea on Selly’s Chinese Cafes

Food&Drink's Emily Breeds gives us a run-down of the best Chinese cafes in Selly Oak

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