Ashley Kirk, Author at Redbrick | University of Birmingham
Ashley Kirk
Ashley is Redbrick's Digital Editor. He is Editor of the Selly Oak Magazine and an English student at UoB. He has written for the Guardian and the Independent.

Twitter: @AshleyKirk92

The referendum that no one knows about

Did you know we have a chance to get rid of Guild Council and rethink how students can control our university lives?

Posted on 22nd April 2014

Final Two Suspensions Dropped

The university has dropped the 8-week long suspensions of two students who had been banned from campus following their arrests at a campus demonstration

Posted on 25th March 2014

Cardboard Policies and Chronic Apathy

With turnout under 20%, why does no one care about the Guild Elections?

Posted on 16th March 2014

Guild Council – 13th March

Coverage of Thursday's Outstanding Guild Council, called specially to debate the Democratic Structures Review

Posted on 13th March 2014

Guild Elections condemned as ‘unfair’

The Vice President (Education) election has been criticised as unfair, following the last minute decision to inform a candidate that they may run

Posted on 9th March 2014

Results Night – Guild Elections 2014

Full coverage of Results Night 2014 - who will be your next Officer Team?

Posted on 8th March 2014

Presidential Debate and Hustings

Our News team reports live from the presidential debate and vice presidential hustings.

Posted on 1st March 2014

Guild Council – 20th February 2014

Follow Redbrick's live coverage of the February 20th Guild Council meeting.

Posted on 20th February 2014

Focus on: Political Biopics

Digital Editor Ashley Kirk argues that the political biopic is one of the best genres out there - so long as you avoid the pitfalls

Posted on 20th February 2014

National Demonstration: Aftermath on Campus

Many students have complained about the state of the University of Birmingham's Edgbaston campus after Wednesday's Defend Education demonstration

Posted on 31st January 2014

National demonstration ends with arrests

Fourteen students were arrested at a national demonstration at the University of Birmingham on Wednesday. A smoke grenade struck a security guard’s face and buildings were broken into as tensions flared.

Posted on 29th January 2014

Guild petitions against student housing restrictions

It is claimed that Bournbrook will become a 'student ghetto' as the council seeks to put planning restrictions on student housing around the University of Birmingham - but not Bournbrook.

Posted on 23rd January 2014