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The North-South divide

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The North-South divide has existed for almost as long England has been a nation, with it speculated to have originated from William the Conqueror’s sacking of the North. The...

Languages Society conversation club proves great success

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Newcastle University Modern Languages Society has set up a foreign language conversation group. The Society is running a weekly free-of-cost conversation club for which the...

“Never been rejected so quickly”: RAG goes speed-dating

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The Students Union might not be the most romantic place on campus, but on Tuesday 13th November, 150 students gathered to take part in Speed Dating with the Raising and Giving...

Musical Medics win Society of the Month

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News Editor Grace Dean chats to President of the Musical Medics society Persia Bowater about the society’s highly acclaimed production of Legally Blonde and their plans for the...

Remembrance day: We’ve already forgotten

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A hundred years is a long time in human years, but it is like a minute of a day from the view of history. The first world war – almost undisputedly the most horrific...

Society spotlight: IndieSoc takes the Toon by storm

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Indie Society bursts onto the scene......

Newcastle Uni Boob Team – Boobette Talk wraps up incredible year

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On Tuesday 24 April, Newcastle Uni Boob Team held their final large-scale event of the year. Topping off an excellent year of fundraising that has resulted in nearly £2000 being...

Give it a Go Review: Dog and Scone

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As a student who very much misses her dogs during term time, I jumped at the opportunity to review Newcastle’s latest gimmick: the dog café, suitably named ‘Dog and Scone’...

Human rights campaigners speak at Newcastle University

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Helen Byrne reports on the Amnesty International event...

Politics Society host Student Question Time

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Steven Ross reports on the Politics Society's Student Question Time, attended by Labour, Greens, Conservatives and Liberal Democrats...