Erin Santillo, Author at Redbrick | University of Birmingham
Erin Santillo
Redbrick Editor-in-Chief. Formerly News Editor & Elections Editor 2018. Final Year BA English Language and Literature.

Twitter: @ErinSantillo

The Value of Student Journalism

Redbrick discuss the value of student journalism, why it is important, and what it means to the individuals who take part

Posted on 29th March 2019

Creature Feature: A Tale of Two Possums

Editor-in-Chief Erin Santillo discusses the two varieties of possum

Posted on 26th March 2019

My Favourite Place in the World: Redbrick Editors’ Choices

From North America to South New Zealand, Redbrick Editors share their favourite places in the world, and why you should visit them too

Posted on 18th March 2019

Guild Elections 2019 Candidates: Postgraduate Officer

On February 2nd, Redbrick's Editor-in-Chief Erin Santillo sat down with this year's Postgraduate Officer candidates to learn about their policies

Posted on 25th February 2019

Plans Leaked for Student Finance Shakeup

Leak reveals plans to prevent students who fail to achieve three Ds at A-Level from receiving university tuition fee loans, Editor-in-Chief Erin Santillo reports

Posted on 3rd February 2019

A History of Your Student Voice

Celebrating the publication of our 1500th print edition, read the story of how Redbrick amplified the student voice of the University of Birmingham

Posted on 9th December 2018

Perspectives On: The United States Midterms

Following a historic round of elections in the US, Redbrick writers share their thoughts on a night in which the tides seemed to turn against President Trump

Posted on 13th November 2018

Redbrick Meets: Lewis Lukens

During his visit to the University, the Deputy Chief of Mission for the US Embassy sat down with Redbrick's Erin Santillo to discuss the US/UK special relationship and recent global events

Posted on 5th November 2018

£2.8m Campus WiFi Upgrade Due 2019

A ‘world class’ and ‘super fast’ WiFi network that aims to reach all areas of the University of Birmingham’s campus is due to be finished in 2019, despite delays

Posted on 13th October 2018

Birmingham Council’s Windrush Garden Wins Chelsea Gold

A garden designed by Birmingham City Council (BCC) celebrating the legacy of the Windrush Generation has won gold at the Chelsea Flower Show. It is the seventh gold for the BCC in as many years.

Posted on 17th June 2018

Birmingham Shortlisted for New C4 HQ

The new national headquarters of Channel 4 could be built in Birmingham, its latest shortlist has revealed

Posted on 14th June 2018

Campus and Selly Floods: Live

Posted on 27th May 2018