The release of the controversial Teaching Excellence Framework’s results shocked many, with only eight Russell Group universities receiving gold, although many have questioned the rankings’ validity
The NUS claim the early release of the National Student Survey shows “IPSOS MORI is bricking it”, over the NUS’s boycott of the survey
The controversial policy to outlaw boycotts of Israeli goods and services was implemented on 15th February – without parliamentary vote or debate.
Books Editor Leonie Dunn looks over the Christmas Amazon boycott and focuses on why it is both a positive and negative action to take
The only product of UCU strikes is mutually assured destruction. In this sum game, it’s the students who are hurting, argues David Brierley
Academics may refuse to set or grade exams and coursework in response to a drastic pension shakeup proposal.
Charlotte Green explains why the University of Manchester should be at the forefront of student pressure on Russia
Has LSE SU shot itself in the foot by banning the popular paper?
The Mancunion looks at whether the Student Union’s ‘Sustainable & Ethical Business Code’ is being followed
Alex Goldhill and Antonia Jennings debate whether the Students’ Union should enforce boycotts