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Seasonal Affective Disorder: Ways to Cope with the Winter Months

Live Review: Slaves

Top I’m A Celebrity Campmates Of All Time

The Standing Desk Phenomenon

Redbrick News Investigates: Fuel Poverty In Selly Oak And Harborne

Redbrick conducted a survey and spoke to students, a local MP, and Welfare and Community Officer Izzy Bygrave to learn more about the issue of fuel poverty in the areas surrounding the University


University Education Does Not Close Pay Gap for Women

A new study has been conducted which is the first to compare the benefits of a university education with the earnings of non-graduate workers


13 Year Old Boy Arrested Following Triple Stabbing Near UoB School

A 13 year old boy has been arrested on suspicion of assault after what West Midlands Police are calling a ‘major incident’ took place on Monday 10th December


Comment

NATIONAL

A Frosty Reception for Iceland

Comment writer Hannah Lay explains why she feels it was right for Iceland's 2018 Christmas advert to be banned


INTERNATIONAL

Has The Internet Killed Print?

Jonathan Korn argues that the internet age signals the death of print journalism, but insists that Redbrick still thrives in print form


Features
Campus Sport

SLIDER (SPORTS)

xpLosION 2018: Birmingham Lions Lose Out To Swansea Titans

Sport's Ben Garrett reports on the biggest night in the Birmingham Lions' calendar

SLIDER (SPORTS)

Kick-Ass! Competition Success For UoB Kickboxers- Part 4

Sport writer Kieren Williams reports on the UoB Kickboxing Team's latest competition successes in a four-part special for Redbrick Sport, in Part 4, he reports on the evening of finals for UoB

SLIDER (SPORTS)

Kick-Ass! Competition Success For UoB Kickboxers- Part 3

Sport writer Kieren Williams reports on the UoB Kickboxing Team's latest competition successes in a four-part special for Redbrick Sport, in Part 3, he rounds up some impressive performances for the Middleweight Women

Latest Posts

HEALTH

Seasonal Affective Disorder: Ways to Cope with the Winter Months

Life and Style Writer, Madeleine Bourne sheds some light on Seasonal Affective Disorder and shares her tips on how to stay positive in the winter months

LIVE REVIEWS

Live Review: Slaves

Slaves seized Birmingham's O2 Academy with a heady concoction of heavy riffs and pummelling percussion, Music Writer Christian Nasillo reviews

FEATURE

Top I’m A Celebrity Campmates Of All Time

TV writer Eleaner Cross showcases the best campmates from ITV's hit jungle show

Redbrick Photography and Illustration

Redbrick Awards 2018

Comment were the big winners at 2018's Redbrick Awards, picking up the coveted prize for 'Best Section' during the celebrations at Highbury Hall

By Redbrick on 19th August 2018
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Alumni Sportsday 2017

Redbrick's photographers were out in force to capture some of the action on Alumni Sportsday