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NUSU Debate Night: Activities Officer

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The debate for the position of Activities Officer was held on Tuesday the 12th of March and was moderated by James Johnson. The candidates for the role are Alaistair Geear,...

White working-class students less than 5% at majority of English Universities

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White working-class students make up less than 5% of the student population at over half of England’s universities, according to a recent study by the National Education...

“What’s in a name?”- ‘You and I’

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For this week's "What's in a name?" Molly Greeves takes a look at 4 songs called 'You and I'...

Out with the mould, in with the new: students will be able to sue their landlords for unfriendly fungi

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For years, students have been at their landlord’s mercy when it comes to complaints about mould. This is all going to change on March 20th when an update of the Landlord and...

UK students demand decolonised curriculums

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The decolonisation of university curriculums is a topic that has repeatedly cropped up over the years. Back in 2016, NUS posted an article to their website called “Why is my...

Should we be fined for throwing house parties?

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In a recent article by the Newcastle Tab it was reported Newcastle University students have been fined over £27,000 for throwing house parties over the last three years. These...

The hottest looks in drag

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Everyone worships a Drag Queen's beauty ability. Molly Greeves discusses the fiercest looks......

Azealia Banks: Troll or truly talented?

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Is Azealia Banks worthy of attention, just an attention seeker, and does it even matter? News Editor Molly Greeves investigates....

#StopBlamingMen: Poster on campus promoting consent gets vandalised

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A poster by Newcastle University society It Happens Here placed around campus to generate “awareness about the issue of consent” was vandalized after only one day of being put...

The Courier talks to Stand Up To Racism

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On the fourth of December, Newcastle University’s Stand Up To Racism Society hosted their first societal event: a film showing of “Calais Children: A Case To Answer” in the...