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Student triumph at annual Enterprise Challenge

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On Wednesday 7th, Newcastle University students competed in the annual Enterprise Challenge organised by the university Careers Service. This year the Challenge was organised in...

Acorn’t believe it! Red squirrel population stabilizes in the North East

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Northumberland Wildlife Trust have released their seventh annual report which reveals that numbers of red squirrels across the North of England are stable. The study takes into...

Students commemorate International Men’s Day with discussion surrounding men’s mental health

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Content Warning: Mention of substance abuse, anorexia, suicide On Monday 19th November, the Feminist Society and Mind The Gap collaborated on a ‘Men’s Mental Health...

Languages Society conversation club proves great success

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Newcastle University Modern Languages Society has set up a foreign language conversation group. The Society is running a weekly free-of-cost conversation club for which the...

Residents told to recycle fewer items

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Newcastle citizens may soon be told to recycle fewer items with their rubbish bins. New statistics report that Newcastle city council lost around £500,000 due to mismanaged...

Reduction of tuition fees under review again

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The cost of education in UK is increasing day by day. The maximum permissible fee amount for an undergraduate student is £9,250 per year but no limit has been set for post...

A protest of The Clasp sculpture on campus has been rearranged by fine art students and will take place today.

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The first attempt of this protest took place on Thursday 22nd November and was quickly shut down by campus security despite students receiving Sir Anthony Gormley’s permission,...

“Never been rejected so quickly”: RAG goes speed-dating

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The Students Union might not be the most romantic place on campus, but on Tuesday 13th November, 150 students gathered to take part in Speed Dating with the Raising and Giving...

Former Newcastle student threatened with deportation

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When Chimezie and Robert first met in Newcastle city centre, they could not possibly imagine the agony they would be put through over the next seven years. Chimezie first came to...

Newcastle students pay tribute to victims of transphobic hate crime

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To end Transgender Awareness Week, Newcastle University students gathered by the SU to commemorate the lives lost due to acts of transphobic violence. International Transgender...