Megan Stanley, Author at Redbrick | University of Birmingham
Megan Stanley
News Editor. Final year English Literature student.

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

Guild Approves Pro-Life Society

The Guild of Students has approved a pro-life society, Birmingham Students For Life (BSFL)

Posted on 11th March 2019

UoB Fails To Attract Students From ‘Hard-to-Reach’ Areas

The University of Birmingham is failing to attract students from hard-to-reach areas, new data from the Higher Education Statistics Authority (HESA) has revealed

Posted on 10th March 2019

International Women’s Day: Redbrick’s Women of the Future

Our female editors discuss the women ready to take over the world this International Women's Day

Posted on 8th 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 Presidential Debate 2019: LIVE

The Redbrick News team bring live coverage of this year's Guild of Students Presidential Debate as part of the 2019 Officer Elections

Posted on 26th February 2019

Guild Elections 2019 Candidates: Welfare and Community Officer

News Editor Megan Stanley spoke to this year’s candidates for the role of Welfare and Community Officer in the 2019 Guild Elections

Posted on 25th February 2019

Guild Elections 2019 Candidates: Sports Officer

Before campaigning and voting week began, News Editors Liam Taft and Megan Stanley interviewed this year’s candidates for the role of Sports Officer

Posted on 25th February 2019

UoB Ranked in Top Five for Unconditional Offers

UoB gives out more unconditional offers than any other Russell Group University, reports Megan Stanley

Posted on 14th February 2019

New Policy for Birmingham’s Non-EU Staff

The University of Birmingham is facing criticism over plans that will place more immigration controls on international staff, The Guardian has reported

Posted on 4th February 2019

UoB School One of a Kind for Taking Students From Across Birmingham

When the University of Birmingham School (UoBS) opened in 2015, the year seven class was made up of students from 61 primary schools across the country

Posted on 28th January 2019

Future of Selly Express in Doubt

A series of social media posts from Guild President Reece Patrick Roberts last week suggest that the future of the Selly Express is in doubt due to funding concerns

Posted on 27th January 2019