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Access to Success Conference Held at UoB

UoB’s Women’s Officers Show Solidarity

Almost Half of Students Feel Lonely at University

Students Warned of Tax Scams

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  • CAMPUS

    Access to Success Conference Held at UoB

    On Wednesday 14th November, the University of Birmingham held a conference dedicated to supporting first-generation university students and encouraging them into success while studying

    Written by Megan Stanley on 10th December 2018

    CAMPUS

    UoB’s Women’s Officers Show Solidarity

    News Editor Sophie Woodley reports on the 'We Believe Her' banner at the Guild of Students in recognition of the UN International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women

    Written by Sophie Woodley on 10th December 2018

    NATIONAL

    Almost Half of Students Feel Lonely at University

    Recent studies from a new university survey show that 46% of UK students at University admit to feelings of loneliness

    Written by Sophie Woodley on 8th December 2018

    NATIONAL

    Students Warned of Tax Scams

    HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) have warned that university students are being targeted by scammers with fake tax refunds to steal personal details and money

    Written by Megan Stanley on 7th December 2018

    GUILD OF STUDENTS

    Live: Officer Question Time

    Written by Megan Stanley, Lorna Darknell, Liam Taft, Rebecca Hall, Sophie Woodley & Aneesa Ahmed on 3rd December 2018

    BIRMINGHAM

    Birmingham Cathedral to Provide 300 Christmas Meals for the Homeless

    Building upon the success of last year’s charity initiatives, Birmingham’s St Philip’s Cathedral will be serving 300 Christmas dinners to homeless people with the charity ‘Let’s Feed Brum’

    Written by Christina Manns on 3rd December 2018

    ANALYSIS

    Brexit Leaves May’s Cabinet in Turmoil

    On Wednesday 14th November, Theresa May put a draft EU withdrawal deal before her cabinet. News Editor Sophie Woodley gives her analysis of the fallout

    Written by Sophie Woodley on 3rd December 2018

    NUS

    Drug Testing Kits Given at SUs

    Student Unions across the country are increasingly giving drug-testing kits to students for them to assess the toxicity of what they are taking, reports Rebecca Hall

    Written by Rebecca Hall on 2nd December 2018

    NATIONAL

    Tuition Fees Could Fall For Humanities Students and Rise For STEM Students

    Theresa May has launched an investigation into higher education fees, to ensure students are getting ‘value for money’

    Written by Emily Darby on 2nd December 2018

    BIRMINGHAM

    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

    Written by Tom Leaman on 1st December 2018

    BIRMINGHAM

    UoB Hosts Discussion On Local Birmingham Funding

    The University of Birmingham (UoB), in partnership with the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS), hosted an event discussing funding for local services on November 7th

    Written by Megan Stanley & FlorenceJones on 1st December 2018

    BIRMINGHAM

    Jaguar Land Rover Losses Could Impact Birmingham Area

    Jaguar Land Rover has reported a £90m loss for the second quarter and expects to see zero profit for the full financial year

    Written by Rebecca Hall on 30th November 2018
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