Tom Leaman, Author at Redbrick | University of Birmingham
Second-year History student, News Editor, 2019 Elections Editor.

Twitter: @tomleaman_

Ellie Simmonds Dives Into Commonwealth Committee Role

Ellie Simmonds has joined a Commonwealth Games Committee that has pledged to 'deliver an outstanding Games' in Birmingham in 2022

Posted on 11th February 2019

My Favourite Place in the World: Lauterbrunnen

News Editor Tom Leaman shares his favourite place in the world

Posted on 6th February 2019

Selly Express: It’s Time to Put Student Safety First

News Editor Tom Leaman discusses how the future of the Selly Express, a system designed to support student safety, is being called into question in light of recent comments from the University

Posted on 28th January 2019

Redbrick News Investigates: Student Safety in Selly Oak

Amidst the controversy of student safety in Selly Oak, News Editor Tom Leaman investigates if UoB students have a cause for concern

Posted on 1st December 2018

Pressure Builds on UoB over Dubai Campus Safeguards

The University of Birmingham has come under fire from academic unions and an LGBT group over its decision to begin operations in Dubai, where the new campus opened in September

Posted on 26th November 2018

Five Days in Naples

News Editor Tom Leaman shares his experience of his time in Naples

Posted on 24th November 2018

Plans to Extend Birmingham International Airport Announced

£500 million will be invested into facilities BHX over the next 15 years, Tom Leaman reports

Posted on 16th November 2018

Number of International Students Coming to UK Universities Falls

International students are increasingly choosing to study in countries other than the UK, News Editor Tom Leaman reports

Posted on 14th November 2018

UoB Students Petition For More Green Space in Birmingham

A petition for a parkland in Birmingham’s city centre has received just under 8,500 signatures of their 10,000 target. The petition has been set up by CityPark4Brum and is being supported by Birmingham University Conservation Volunteers (BUCV)

Posted on 13th November 2018

£22 Million Teaching and Learning Building Achieves Construction Landmark

On Tuesday 16th October, the University celebrated the recent developments of the Teaching and Learning Building on campus, expected to open in January 2020

Posted on 2nd November 2018

University Staff and Police Interview: Selly Oak Crime

In response to a recent knife crime on Heeley Road in Selly Oak, News Editor Tom Leaman spoke to key members of UoB staff and University Police Officer Charlie Richards about safety issues affecting students

Posted on 31st October 2018

Stand Up to Racism Proposes New UoB Society

On Tuesday 9th, a planning meeting was held at the Bournbrook Pavilion to discuss a proposed new society to be set up in partnership with campaign group Stand Up to Racism

Posted on 17th October 2018