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Results of Royall anti-Semitism inquiry released

Baroness Royall has released her recommendations following an internal inquiry into anti-Semitism in the Labour Party launched after the resignation of the ...

Hat-throwing poses an "unacceptable risk". Photo: Wikimedia Commons

UEA bans mortarboard throwing at graduation

Students at the University of East Anglia have been instructed to mime the traditional cap-throwing at graduation ceremonies following "a number of ...

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Manchester medical students travel to Madagascar to study and treat infectious disease

On the 20th May, the Manchester-based MadEx2016 team will be flying out to Madagascar. Their aim is to study and treat parasitic ...

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Results of Royall anti-Semitism inquiry released

Posted on May 20, 2016 1
Hat-throwing poses an "unacceptable risk". Photo: Wikimedia Commons

UEA bans mortarboard throwing at graduation

Posted on May 18, 2016 2
Photos: MUES

Manchester medical students travel to Madagascar to study

Posted on May 17, 2016 3
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Results of Royall anti-Semitism inquiry released

The recommendations following an inquiry into allegations of anti-Semitism within the Oxford University Labour Club have been released

Hat-throwing poses an "unacceptable risk". Photo: Wikimedia Commons

UEA bans mortarboard throwing at graduation

Citing safety reasons as well as concern that many were returned to the dress suppliers damaged, the University of East Anglia has banned hat-throwing at graduation

Photo: MUES

Manchester medical students travel to Madagascar to study and treat infectious disease

After a successful expedition to Madagascar in 2015, a group will return to the remote area to assess the impact of schistosomiasis

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University cut Counselling course which “doesn’t bring in enough money”

Students express serious concern after the closure of a course that provides a large amount of voluntary mental health care to the city

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Newcastle SU introduces cheap drug testing kits for students

Students for Sensible Drug Policy have been successful in introducing £3 kits which can test for dangerous adulterants in drugs

David Adesanya, creator of Behind Beijing. Photo: Behind Beijing

Manchester student aims to connect East and West with Behind Beijing

Architecture student David Adesanya made the most of his opportunity to travel to Beijing with Study China by carrying out this photojournalism project

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Keep The Caterers protesters disrupt Estates meeting

Demonstrators interrupted a talk about the university’s £300 Engineering Campus plan to raise awareness and gain support for their cause

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Union budget cuts threaten future of The Cambridge Student

Despite bringing revenue to CUSU, trustees have told The Cambridge Student their resources will be cut, forcing the publication online only

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TEDxUniversityofManchester – Infinite Possibilities

TEDxUniversity of Manchester returned with the theme of Infinite Possibilities on Saturday, with a host of inspirational and lauded speakers and live performers

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Graduates might be earning less than non-graduates

Gender, parental income, university, and subject choice have large impacts on earning power, IFS finds

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Peeking pervert perturbing pooping people punished

David Brown, a Ph.D. student living in Manchester, has been put on the Sex Offenders Register for five years after being caught peeking in a toilet

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Same-sex schools “ill-prepared” in dealing with transgender pupils, ATL warns

The conference aimed to encourage schools and colleges to be better informed and more sensitive when dealing with future cases of transgender students