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A year that changed the face of sport: in conversation with AU Officer Maggie Elstob

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Sports Editor Rebecca Johnson talks to outgoing AU Officer Maggie Elstob about varsity, BUCS Nationals and all things sport So, just to start off with, how’s your year as AU...

Music to my ears: an interview with NUJO

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Sophie Wilson speaks to Tom McDonald, president of NUSU’s society of the year and resident jazz band, about their success in 2019 How many gigs has Newcastle University Jazz...

Summer Jam celebrates the end of exams

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On Friday 7 June, Newcastle University Students’ Union hosted Summer Jam for the first ever time. The event was a free on-campus festival with food, drink, music and dancing,...

Your degree may be over, but the memories will never fade

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It’s finally over. After all those hours spent huddled over a desk in the Robbo, all those 9am lectures that you just about made it to on time, all those seminars you blagged...

Wildcats raise £1500 for The People’s Kitchen in charity run

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With the hockey season drawing to a close, Saturday morning saw the Newcastle University Wildcats Ice Hockey Club swap their skates for running shoes, as they took part in...

Good chords for a great cause: Oxfam Society brings Oxjam to the Cluny

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Q: What happens when Newcastle University’s finest musical talent and Oxfam Society walk into a bar? A: You’re left with a head-nodding, toe-tapping night of live music. On...

NUSU Debate Night: Activities Officer

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The debate for the position of Activities Officer was held on Tuesday the 12th of March and was moderated by James Johnson. The candidates for the role are Alaistair Geear,...

Charity salsa night brings Latin flair to Newcastle

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Newcastle students gained a Latin flair on Tuesday 26th February when Newcastle University music students organized a charity salsa night in aid of the charity La Vida. The event...

ITV, The Beatles and changing the face of broadcast journalism: In conversation with Stuart Prebble

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Former Editor of the Courier and President of the Union Stuart Prebble tells the Courier about his experiences in television...

Unconditional offers used to lure in students- universities to be fined?

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Universities may be fined due to an increased use of unconditional offers as a pressurising means to lure in students. Unconditional offers are those which are not dependant on...