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Northern Irish identity post-Brexit

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Newcastle University is set to lead a research project studying the long-term impact of Brexit on identity in Northern Ireland. Spearheaded by Newcastle University, and in...

Top awards nomination for Fine Art graduates

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Two Newcastle Fine Art graduates, Peter Hanmer and Petra Szemán, are being showcased at the Baltic Centre for Contemporary Arts, after being shortlisted for a prestigious award....

Free speech guidelines released

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A new guide to the law about freedom of expression has been published by the Equality and Human Rights Commission. The guide focusses on the law as it applies to universities and...

Finding Fido animal memorials database

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Newcastle University researchers hope to create an online archive of headstones, plaques and other memorials dedicated to beloved animals, especially dogs, as part of a study...

Watch This Space: Astronaut to Give Out of this World Talk to Students

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On 20th February, Tony Antonelli will be coming to Newcastle University to discuss his experiences of going to outer space and what it takes to be an astronaut.   Tony was...

Newcastle University leads global humanitarian research hubs

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Newcastle University is demonstrating its commitment to providing a safer and more prosperous future as two experts set plans to lead two of the twelve UK Research and Innovation...

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....

#StopBlamingMen: Poster on campus promoting consent gets vandalised

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A poster by Newcastle University society It Happens Here placed around campus to generate “awareness about the issue of consent” was vandalized after only one day of being put...

Remembering the first British news broadcaster

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On 17th November this year, Richard Baker died. His name may not be known to you but you will know his work. Baker was the first ever British news broadcaster, starting in July...

Bike theft remains a huge issue on campus, NU security claim

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Newcastle University Security claim that an average of two or three bikes a week are being stolen from university campus. Cycling is considered by many university students and...