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Black Inspirations: Bernardine Evaristo

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Nadia Ashbridge on the celebrated black British author...

The white-washing of our curriculum – what more must be done?

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Education is our most important tool for change, but what happens when the education you have been given has lead to you being uneducated in a society which systematically favours...

New Bronze Age weaponry research led by Newcastle University

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Meg Howe looks into research from Newcastle University on ancient weaponry and fighting practices in the Bronze Age....

Will coronavirus lead to a left-wing shift in politics?

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Elisabetta Pulcini considers why the responses to coronavirus could rewire the way we think about policy ...

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....

Pokémon Gold and Silver Beta: 2 New Leaks

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Joseph Caddick covers this landmark in gaming history as never before seen Pokémon content leaks online...

Mad Men: an underrated great?

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Rebecca Johnson reminisces on her favourite show, which doesn't get enough attention...

From the archives: Adele slated, lecturer assaulted & pro-life meeting picketed

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Grace Dean looks through the archives to trace this week in Newcastle’s campus history...

Battle of the 20’s: 1920 vs 2020

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Cora Herbert compares student life a century ago to our experiences in the modern day...

Are humanities being undervalued?

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In light of Sunderland University closing its politics, history and modern languages departments, Rebecca Johnson explores whether humanities are being swept aside...