Matt Moody, Author at Redbrick | University of Birmingham
Matt Moody
Redbrick Editor-in-chief 2015-16 , music nerd and occasional/former history student

Twitter: @mattmoody17

Gradball 2016 Lineup Announced

What do you think of the lineup? Let us know at @redbrickpaper

Posted on 9th May 2016

Live Review: Oh Wonder

Matt Moody reviews London duo Oh Wonder at the Institute.

Posted on 29th March 2016

Redbrick Meets: Jamie Woon

Matt Moody sat down with Jamie Woon before his show at the Institute to talk about Spotify, Japanese philosophy, and burgers.

Posted on 23rd March 2016

Growing opposition to Modern Languages restructure proposals

Students launch opposition campaign and BUCU puts strike action to vote over Modern Languages 'restructure' proposals

Posted on 4th March 2016

Police urge students to ‘engage with the facts’ on safety in Selly Oak

Police have responded to claims that Selly Oak is becoming increasingly unsafe, criticising 'social media gossip' and stressing the importance of 'engaging with the facts'.

Posted on 9th February 2016

Redbrick’s Albums of 2015

Redbrick Music reflects on their favourite LPs of 2015.

Posted on 31st December 2015

Alumni Interview: The Army

Editor Matt Moody interviewed Birmingham Alumni Second Lieutenant Michael Franklin of the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers to find out more about what a career in the Army entails.

Posted on 7th December 2015

Single Review: Bloc Party – The Good News

Bloc Party have a new lineup, but is the music any good?

Posted on 6th December 2015

Careers Spotlight: The British Army

Editor Matt Moody sat down with British Army Senior Careers Advisor Major Jo Fitton to discuss graduate careers opportunities in the Armed Forces.

Posted on 21st November 2015

Snobs: One Year On

Twelve months ago, Snobs said goodbye to its historic home of 40 years and moved into new premises. Now that the dust has settled, has the legacy continued?

Posted on 18th October 2015

Industry Spotlight: Carillion PLC

Editor Matt Moody sat down with the Community Regeneration manager for the new library, Neil Rudge, to discuss Carillion and careers in the construction industry.

Posted on 14th October 2015

Welcome to Redbrick Careers!

One of two brand new sections for this year, Redbrick Careers is an insight into the best graduate careers and industries, for students, by students.

Posted on 14th October 2015