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Corbyn speaks at Durham Miners’ Gala

15th July 2019 • Jeremy Corbyn was among the speakers who attended the 135th annual Durham Miners’ Gala on Saturday 13 July 2019,...

| 15th July 2019

Tyne to move on

8th July 2019 • Well, we made it. As baby-faced freshers with student loans burning holes in our pockets,...

Newcastle’s commitment to tackling the climate emergency

8th July 2019 • As of 18 April 2019 Newcastle University joined a number of UK institutions and...

Clasp controversy continues

8th July 2019 • This year, a campus-wide debate has emerged following the erection of Clasp. This 4.5...

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A cracking year of sport: 2018/19 overview

8th July 2019 • 2018/19 saw yet another successful season for sport at Newcastle. A ninth-place finish with 2541.7 points overall in...

| 8th July 2019

A year that changed the face of sport: in conversation with AU Officer Maggie Elstob

8th July 2019 • Sports Editor Rebecca Johnson talks to outgoing AU Officer Maggie Elstob about varsity,...

The daftest sports moments of 2018-19

27th May 2019 • Rebecca Johnson and Jack Smillie discuss the daftest sporting moments to grace our...

Koepka beats back Johnson challenge to retain PGA Championship

27th May 2019 • Tom Hardwick reports on Brooks Koepka's PGA Championship victory. ...

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Make the moment last forever

9th July 2019 • There’s a reason why summertime is often accompanied by heavy waves of nostalgia. Throughout our lives, summer is...

| 9th July 2019

Your ultimate Newcastle summer bucket list

8th July 2019 • Exams have finished, essays are completed, whatever stage you’re at in the university,...

“This one time at summer camp…”

8th July 2019 • This summer commemorates a year since I moved out of my second-year house, frantically...

Blackfriars: graduation review

1st July 2019 • Dining at Blackfriars in Newcastle is an experience as unique and authentic as its...

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Does Paris hear the people sing?

8th July 2019 • Crossing the Seine on a sunny Saturday in February, I almost expect to hear inebriated strains of ‘Do You Hear the...

| 8th July 2019

Newcastle University ranked top in the UK for climate action

15th April 2019 • A university ranking organisation has rated Newcastle University seventh globally for...

Political harassment: how far is too far?

19th March 2019 • In this climate of chaos, resentment against seemingly incapable politicians is...

Brexit: are new funds sticking a plaster on a fatal wound?

19th March 2019 • Rarely has a government been criticised for promising billions in funding to some of the...

Cambridge announces measures to tackle diversity issues

19th March 2019 • The University of Cambridge has recently announced plans to offer students from...

Reaction to the Christchurch terror attacks

18th March 2019 • On Friday morning, the world woke to the tragic news that in Christchurch, New Zealand 50...

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Music

The songs that defined my university years

8th July 2019 • As an outgoing Music Editor, it feels fitting to reflect on the music that will remind me of the highs and lows of my...

| 8th July 2019

Music to my ears: an interview with NUJO

8th July 2019 • Sophie Wilson speaks to Tom McDonald, president of NUSU’s society of the year and...

This is Tomorrow Review- Stereophonics

8th June 2019 • Emma Dawson reviews Welsh rockers Stereophonics who wowed the crowds at This is Tomorrow...

This is Tomorrow Review- Sunday Special

8th June 2019 • Bianca Ionici reviews Sunday's festivities at This is Tomorrow festival......

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