Molly Greeves Author

This is Tomorrow Review: The Pale White

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Molly Greeves reviews local trio The Pale White who performed in the Friday afternoon slot at This is Tomorrow Festival......

NSR 24 hour broadcast raises over £700 for charity

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On the 11th of May, Newcastle Student Radio broadcasted for 24 hours in order to raise money and awareness for homelessness in the North East. The stream was hosted by Bridie...

Review: Lizzo- Cuz I Love You

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Molly Greeves reviews the outstanding new album from pop sensation Lizzo....

Flares in flames, clubbers evacuated

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Flares, a popular nightclub among Newcastle students, was evacuated early Wednesday morning when the air conditioning caught fire.  Three fire brigades were sent to Mosley Street...

Review: You Me At Six – This Is Tomorrow Festival, 25th May

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Molly Greeves shares her fun-filled experience seeing You Me At Six's at Newcastle's very own This Is Tomorrow Festival....

UK unis investigate slave trade links

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When it comes to diversifying curriculums and eliminating the attainment gap, many institutions have proved that old habits die hard and students have continued to rally for a...

In conversation with the Extinction Rebellion

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So Meryl, tell us about you and Extinction Rebellion North East (XRNE). I am Meryl Batchelder, I am forty-nine years old and I am a teacher with a PhD in environmental science. I...

Newcastle citizens protest climate change

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After weeks of protests in London, the Extinction Rebellion North East (XRNE) held regional protests in Newcastle. The Extinction Rebellion, abbreviated to XR, are a non-violent...

Opinions divided after university raises the EU flag

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On Friday the European Union flag was raised outside of the Armstrong Building to “recognise the contributions of our hundreds of European staff and students and that of the...

It’s not easy being green: students criticise paper waste caused by NUSU elections

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This year’s elections differed significantly from last year’s in one major way: the number of students on campus. Last year’s strikes turned university grounds into a ghost...