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Staff member charged with voyeurism

A member of the House Services Team has been charged with two counts of voyeurism

Warwick students say they are taking action against the "negative impact" of strikes on their education.

Students stage own lectures during strikes

Third-years taught second-years using their previous year’s notes

The group got into trouble hiking in the Cambrian Mountains when two students became too tired to continue walking  Photo - Izzy @ Flickr

MMU students rescued from Welsh mountains

It took 50 rescuers 9 hours to rescue the group of university students from Manchester

Students have reported being charged between £10-£20 for letters stating they are ill or require disability support   Photo: fotos GOVBA @ Flickr

GPs charge students for mitigating circumstances letters

Doctor’s letter charges cause student anger

Largest recruiters this year include Deloitte, PwC, and Teach First, with one thousand vacancies each   Photo: University of Manchester

Manchester graduates second most-targeted by recruiters

Employers target Manchester students ahead of Oxford and Cambridge

Photo: British Council

UCAS applications rise again as gender gap emerges

Gender gap in university intake needs ‘urgent focus’, says UCAS chief

One of the University's postgraduates may be on her way to Mars
Photo: Beacon Radio @ Flickr

PhD student may be Mars bound

Possible Mars mission for Manchester postgraduate

The Coffee Cranks Cooperative sell ethically sourced tea, coffee and snacks from their purpose-built cargo bike. Photo: Coffee Cranks Cooperative

Graduates’ coffee venture “mugged off” by University

Coffee Cranks Cooperative prohibited from selling ethical coffee from their bicycle on campus after University, Manchester Corridor file objection

The University of Birmingham has been the site of several protests in the last year.

Student protestors and police clash in Birmingham

The lastest protest at the University of Birmingham caused outrage on both sides

The attacks happened on and around Everett Road.

Man sexually assaults five women in Withington

Offender targeted young women on their own at night

An unprecedented number of British university students signed up to infamous 'sugar daddy dating website last year. Photo:

UoM students resort to ‘sugar daddies’

‘Mutually beneficial arrangements’ help government, says site owner

Michael Healy, owner of the site, insists that students can remove their images at any time. Photo:

Manchester student profiles uploaded to Ratemash

Dozens of Facebook photos have been used without students’ consent by a controversial website branded “creepy” by the NUS