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MLK Day sees launch of Freedom City 2017 events

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Launched on the 16th of January, Freedom City 2017 event starts a year-long tribute across Newcastle commemorating Dr Martin Luther King Jr. It celebrates the 50th anniversary of...

Go Green Week 2017 to kick off on campus

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RenewCastle Society is hosting the UK’s largest week of student climate action Go Green Week to celebrate sustainability in all its possible forms. Run from February 13 to 17,...

Cake charity run by Indonesian students on rise

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Recently a few Indonesian students were inspired to create the charity project CLR19bakes, baking cakes and selling them online to raise money for SILO, a children shelter in that...

Become the next student leader

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Nominations close on 17th February for your next Student Leaders. Nominations are now open for the six sabbatical officer positions and part-time officer positions that represent...

How to be a healthy women in activism: Femsoc

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Last week Newcastle University Feminist Society hosted Alysia Harris in The Barbara Strang Teaching centre for an insightful discussion and workshop on how to be a healthy woman...

University offer academic support network ‘ASK’

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Newcastle University are proud to offer the Academic Skills Kit (ASK) to all undergraduate and postgraduate students. During their studies, it is likely that students will require...

Innovative charger sparked by world class research

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One of the first “vehicle to grid” chargers have been installed at Newcastle University in collaboration with Enol and Nissan.  The innovative charger allows energy to travel...

Bongo’s Bingo big debut

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On Friday 2 December Bongo’s Bingo launched its Debut event in Newcastle. The event took place at Boiler Shop, South Street. The evening was hosted by Jonny Bongo, holder of the...

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...