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    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


    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


    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


    Nightline Forced to Close Seven Times in October

    Birmingham Nightline, who offer a ‘non-judgemental and confidential’ listening and information service to students, were forced to shut their services on seven different occasions last month

    Written by Emily Darby on 28th November 2018


    University Commemorates the Great War

    100 years on from the end of the Great War, the University of Birmingham held a night of commemoration in the Aston Webb building

    Written by Sophie Woodley on 25th November 2018


    UoB Hockey Banned From Sports Night

    The University of Birmingham’s hockey team have been banned from Sports Night after a series of complaints were made against the club

    Written by Sophie Woodley on 17th November 2018


    UoB and Hebei University Join Hands to Combat Global Pollution

    The University of Birmingham has announced that it has signed an agreement with China’s Hebei University to establish a joint research institute. It will work on tackling significant global issues connected to environmental pollution and injustice

    Written by Irram Gheer on 5th November 2018


    Sir David Attenborough Praises UoB Duo for VR Work

    A University of Birmingham Professor has received a hand-written letter from Sir David Attenborough to congratulate his student’s work in Virtual Reality (VR) technology

    Written by FlorenceJones on 4th November 2018


    UoB Hosts First-Ever Events for Hate Crime Awareness Week

    National Hate Crime Awareness Week took place from October 13th to October 20th. The University of Birmingham organised a series of events, which started from Friday 12th October

    Written by Aneesa Ahmed on 4th 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

    Written by Tom Leaman & Sophie Woodley on 2nd November 2018


    Colin Diamond CBE to Join School of Education

    Colin Diamond CBE has been appointed to the University of Birmingham’s school of education as Professor of Educational Leadership

    Written by FlorenceJones on 2nd November 2018


    UoB Paedophile Matthew Falder Has Sentence Reduced

    Matthew Falder, a dark web paedophile and former University of Birmingham researcher, has had his 32-year prison sentence reduced to 25 years

    Written by Aimee Cashmore on 31st October 2018
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