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Boat Club go Blue Starkers for mental health charity

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NUBC reveal this year's images as they launch their 2018 naked calendar...

Preview: MUSSOC Christmas Concert

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Feeling Christmassy already? Sunday's MUSSOC Christmas Concert is one not to miss! Here's the lowdown... ...

Award winning author visits Newcastle Uni

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James Davies reports on Booker Prize Event and offers insight into how it influenced his own perspective as a writer. Graeme Macrae Burnet was catapulted to literary fame by his...

Humanities and arts graduates in demand

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According to a recent study conducted by the British Academy, employers are seeking graduate skills from Arts, Humanities and Social Science degrees. Amongst the desired...

Saving lives with stem cell donation

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Charles Van Lennep, a trainee paediatric doctor from Newcastle, has taken a very practical approach to saving lives by donating his stem cells to give someone in a critical...

Ronnie Reid “closes the loop” on prayer space discussion

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Deputy Editor Alex Hendley speaks to NUSU President Ronnie Reid about the Union’s prayer space decisions...

House of Lords peers agree review of dyslexic students’ allowance

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Zoe Crowther reports on the news that the president of the British Dyslexia Association, Lord Addington, has called for a review of the dyslexic students provision allowance...

Students vote for week off after January exams

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Rowan South has told the Courier that he plans to push on with getting students a week off after January exams following poll result...

Comp-sci dept joins renowned Turing Institute

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To celebrate Newcastle University’s world-renowned computing and mathematics expertise, the University is joining the Alan Turing Institute. The Alan Turing Institute, founded...

Reduce, Reuse, Re-style: charity through fashion

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Newcastle University Fashion Society has teamed up with NUSU Go Volunteer to head a charitable campaign, involving the re-styling of recycled clothes into new garments. Already...