Charlotte Gill, Author at Redbrick | University of Birmingham
Charlotte Gill
Final year Modern Languages student. Partial to all things fashion, fitness, food and travel related. Lover of reading and podcast listening.

UoB Nursery First in Birmingham to Commit to Sustainability

The Maples Day Nursery is the first nursery in Birmingham to pledge its commitment to creating a more sustainable environment for young children

Posted on 23rd March 2019

Review: Jake&Nayn’s Naans Glorious Naans

Food&Drink Editor Lydia Waller and Food & Drink writers Izzy Gipps, Katie Norris and Charlotte Gill review Jake and Nayn's new take on street food on the go, with their filled naan products

Posted on 21st March 2019

Living Coral: 2019’s Colour of the Year

Life&Style's Charlotte Gill pre-empts how Pantone's choice for Colour of the Year will materialise in beauty, fashion, and interior design in the upcoming months

Posted on 19th March 2019

Vice-Chancellor Question Time 2019: LIVE

The Vice-Chancellor, Professor Sir David Eastwood, and a panel of the University's senior management team are answering students' questions in the Debating Hall

Posted on 18th March 2019

UK to Leave but Erasmus to Stay?

News Reporter Charlotte Gill met with the University's Pro-Vice-Chancellor, Robin Mason, to discuss the impact of Brexit on the Erasmus programme

Posted on 13th March 2019

Erasmus Grants Under Brexit Threat

In the event of a no-deal Brexit, the Erasmus scheme may no longer allocate funding for UK students. This could mean an estimated 17,000 students would not study in European universities as of next year

Posted on 7th March 2019

Guild Elections Results 2019: LIVE

The Redbrick News team are providing live coverage of this year's Guild Elections results night

Posted on 2nd March 2019

Guild Elections 2019 Candidates: Activities and Employability Officer

News Reporter Charlotte Gill spoke to the candidates running to be the Guild of Students’ Activities and Employability Officer (AEO) for the 2019-20 academic year to learn about their manifestos

Posted on 25th February 2019

The Big Issue Trials Contactless Payments

The Big Issue began trialling contactless payments on 3rd December in Birmingham, as well as London, Bath, Bristol and Nottingham. The trial is in partnership with card reader company iZettle

Posted on 14th February 2019

Eight of UoB’s Researchers Make Highly Cited Researchers List

Eight researchers at the University of Birmingham have been named in the global Highly Cited Researchers (HRS) list of 2018

Posted on 13th February 2019

West Midlands Police Fails to Record 16,600 Violent Crimes

A watchdog has uncovered that West Midlands Police fails to record around 16,600 violent crimes each year

Posted on 30th January 2019

St. Mary’s University Stops Giving Out Unconditional Offers

St. Mary’s University has announced that it will no longer be giving out unconditional offers

Posted on 5th January 2019