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No, Mr. Hurst, special needs statements are no “Golden Ticket”

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On 14 October, The Times social affairs editor, Greg Hurst, published an article on the education spending announcement by the government. The original headline (before being...

Pay Up: Carrie Gracie talks gender inequality

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Journalist Carrie Gracie, the former China editor for the BBC, held a talk at Newcastle University on Wednesday 16th October. Held in the Boiler Shop and organised by Newcastle...

Buzzfeed layoffs: what about the future of journalism?

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In the wake of Buzzfeed laying off 15% of its staff, our writers analyse the impact this has on the future of journalism....

A Day in the Life of a Science Journalist

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Tom Ireland gives us a glimpse into the life of a science journalist. ...

Newcastle University collaborates internationally for pop up well- being event.

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On the 5th of December Newcastle University collaborated with eight other Universities across six countries for raising awareness about good health and well-being. This year the...

Newcastle University holds prestigious investigative journalism conference

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On 29th September, Newcastle University held a one-day investigative journalism conference hosted by the Centre for Investigative Journalism (CIJ) and Newcastle University’s...

British media: an elitist cult?

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Following Owen Jones's recent comments about elitism in the media, our writers discuss connections, wealth and privilege...

The Post (12A) Review

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Steven Ross reviews Steven Spielberg's latest, starring Tom Hanks and Meryl Streep...

Human Rights: a cold Turkey?

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Since World War One and the dissolution of the Ottoman Empire, Turkey has set its roots firmly in secular values. Kemal Ataturk, the first president of the Turkish Republic in...

‘Unreached, unheard, unreported’: Civic Journalism

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BBC Newcastle held the second Civic Journalism Lab in their series on Wednesday, titled “Unreached, Unheard, Unreported”. The one-hour talk included a panellist of experts...