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Amnesty International Society celebrates IWD

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International Women’s Day (IWD), an annual event that’s been observed since the early 1900’s, was celebrated around the world on Wednesday 8th March. It is an annual...

Plans on websites selling essays to students

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Jo Johnson, the universities minister, has outlined plans to tackle the rise in websites selling essays to students at British universities. Essay buying can be a lucrative...

Number of Language Degrees plummeting

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The number of universities offering language degrees has fallen by 30%, a recent report by UCAS reveals. The paper points to a rapidly increasing number of closing language...

Vince Cable: Economics in a post crisis, post Brexit world

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In the current political climate, the most interesting and insightful analysis of recent events often comes from those who have been at the centre of political decision-making...

Petition for Cambridge student to be expelled for taunting homeless

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Calls are rising for Cambridge student Ronald Coyne to be expelled from University, for burning a £20 note in front of a homeless man. On Sunday 12th of February The Evening...

Boris fights international students corner in immigration conflict

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Boris Johnson has risked causing conflict with Downing Street after suggesting that international students should be omitted from migration statistics....

University lashes out against ban of ‘juicy’ stories on campus

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The student union at the University of St. Mark and St. John has elected to ban the sale of orange juice with pulp, as a satirical swipe at rival institution Plymouth...

Oxford sued by graduate over disappointing teaching standards

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An Oxford graduate is suing the university after failing to graduate with a first class degree....

Thoroughly Trumped: A pub lecture with legend Dr Martin Farr

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Over 100 students crammed into the Trent House Pub to hear Martin Farr give a lecture,organised by the History society, on ‘Brexit and the Age of Trump’, with almost 200...

Beware: your VISA can be hacked in seconds

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A team of computer scientists from Newcastle University have found that card fraudsters can hack Visa debit or credit cards, in just six seconds....