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Is ‘based on a true story’ a film fib?

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Alec Wilson questions the validity of the 'based on a true story' claim....

Is planting a tree really helpful?

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Elizabeth Meade debates whether planting a tree is really the best thing for the environment....

Auschwitz Survivor comes to Newcastle University

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Aimee Seddon reports on the talk at Newcastle University from Arek Hersh, an Auschwitz survivor...

UK universities award more firsts than ever

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Alex Walker reports on the growing trend of 'grade inflation' at UK universities. ...

Review: Sex Education season two

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Whilst his education may be suffering due to a lack of revision, George Bell reviews the newest season of Sex Education...

Factors encouraging individuals to continue to university revealed

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Editor Grace Dean discusses factors that influence people to choose to go to university...

Average student studies less than 11 hours a week

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Food Editor, Amanda Goh, discusses the decline in student attendance...

Why the Lib Dems’ ‘Skills Wallets’ would fail

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Last week, the Liberal Democrat party unleashed their new plans for lifelong learning: a £10,000 ‘skills wallet’ which would be distributed to adults in three phases: all...

The most deprived places in the North East revealed…

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A recent government survey has revealed the most deprived areas in the North East....

A Toast to 10 years of NuMed Malaysia

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A series of celebrations have been carried out this week in honour of the 10th year anniversary of the Newcastle University Medicine Malaysia International Campus. Students, both...