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Universities Tag Archive

Universities must stop unconditional offers amid virus confusion

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Hannah Bentley discusses the two-week suspension of unconditional university offers, in response to the coronavirus crisis,....

UK universities spent £1.3 million on gagging orders

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Emily Hawksley discusses the use of gagging orders at University....

Half of UK universities commit to fully divesting in fossil fuels

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Lucy Adams reports on the commitment of half of the UK's universities to divest from fossil fuels. ...

Sheffield University is playing a dangerous game

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Alex Dunn takes to task Sheffield's plan to pay students to tackle microaggressions ...

Horror in Hong Kong: Why we should do more to help protesters

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Patrick Young discusses the need for greater solidarity with the protesters in Hong Kong....

Goldsmiths’ beef ban: meating our climate’s needs, or a massive missteak?

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As a push towards reducing the environmental impact their university is having on the world around it, Goldsmiths in London has announced their plans to ban the sale of any beef...

Gender pay gap evident on university campuses

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According to new figures calculated by the BBC, 9 out of 10 UK universities have an above average gender pay gap. Last week, all public sector bodies with over 250 employees were...

Deliberating on drugs

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Is it the duty of universities to combat the rise in the number of students using recreational drugs?...

Jamie Cameron: The cuts to staff pensions are a needless ideological choice based on faulty figures

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Jamie Cameron speaks out in support of the lecturers that are striking over cuts to and marketization of their pensions after UCU balloting action....

Universities will not respond to “intimidation” by Heaton-Harris

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In a move many consider uncomfortably similar to Cold War philosophy seen in America during the height of McCarthyism, Tory MP Chris Heaton-Harris has come under fire for penning...