Grace Duncan, Author at Redbrick | University of Birmingham
Grace Duncan
News Editor 2016-2018 // Guild Elections Editor 2017

Oxbridge Riches Revealed

News Editor Grace Duncan assesses the response to an investigation into the wealth of the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge

Posted on 16th June 2018

Campus and Selly Floods: Live

Posted on 27th May 2018

UoB Cheerleading Squad Placed on Probation for Alleged Racism

Racial insensitivity and cultural appropriation have left members of the team feeling ‘ostracised’

Posted on 16th May 2018

Best of Britain | St. Ives

News editor Grace Duncan reports from St. Ives and suggests visiting for a relaxing seaside break.

Posted on 21st March 2018

The Women Who Inspire Redbrick

Redbrick's female editors celebrate International Women's Day by writing about the inspirational ladies in their lives.

Posted on 8th March 2018

Redbrick News Investigates: The Social Side of Birmingham Sport

Rumours of bullying, intimidation and drunken behaviour. Redbrick investigates what is really happening behind closed doors within UoB's biggest and most infamous sports teams.

Posted on 2nd March 2018

New Year Honours for UoB Alumni and Academics

Academics and Alumni of the University of Birmingham were among the 1,123 people awarded New Year Honours in 2018.

Posted on 27th January 2018

Vice Chancellor Question Time: Live

Posted on 25th January 2018

Projected Rise in Post-Brexit Fresh Produce Costs

Grace Duncan reports on the projected post-Brexit price increases to imported fruit and vegetables, and how this will affect the poorest demographics.

Posted on 24th January 2018

Library Builder Goes Bust

British based construction firm Carillion has gone into liquidation, reports News Editor Grace Duncan

Posted on 20th January 2018

News Analysis: What does the budget mean for students?

News Editor, Grace Duncan analyses what the new changes brought in by Philip Hammond will mean for students.

Posted on 9th December 2017

New Student Residence Planned

A 290 student bedroom block is set to be built in the centre of Birmingham with the backing of Chinese investors

Posted on 20th November 2017