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NUSU to hold Ed Farmer memorial

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NUSU has announced it will be hosting a memorial on the 10th of December for Newcastle University Student Ed Farmer, who died after an initiation ceremony in December 2016. The...

Review: Red Hot Chilli Pipers – Tyne Theatre & Opera House, Nov 25th

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The Red Hot Chilli Pipers have been hailed as one of the best gigs our writer Caitlin Disken has been to, come and find out why she praises them so highly!...

The Manchester Collective Review: ‘A nasty piece of work’

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Now to say attending the performance of Pierro De Luniare was one hell of an experience, is a bit of an understatement. When I arrived at Cobalt studio in Heaton last week to...

2089: A Future with no Secrets?

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Culture editor Alex Moore talks to Miles M. Hudson about 2089, his new novel set in a future where privacy is a thing of the past....

The BTOC Awards

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The writers of the Courier decide: What are the best loos on campus?...

Review: Beat-Herder Festival 2018

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Hannah Shepherd reviews a weekend at one of the UK's most exciting up-and-coming summer festivals. ...

Abstract installation faces critical reception from students

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Clasp, a sculpture by Sir Antony Gormley, has been installed over the weekend on King’s Walk, between the Students’ Union and the Northern Stage. The sculpture is on loan from...

Affordable elegance: Hotel Du Vin & Bistro

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Newcastle is a culturally rich and diverse city notorious for its party life and cheap drinks, every student’s priority. However, when it comes to high end dining there is a...

Fairytale hideaway: Jesmond Dene House

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Driving up to Jesmond dene house in my taxi on my way to review their dining and accommodation for the Courier, I was left a tad speechless. I couldn’t fathom how I had never...

Blackfriars Review: Best of British with a twist

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Outgoing Editor James Sproston reflects on a unique and historical meal at the oldest dining room in the UK....