Students were able to use the group to give landlords a one to five star rating and contained a ‘landlord blacklist’ with a list of those who received bad reviews
Street-harassment should be treated just like any other criminal activity
“These are radical times”, The University of Manchester is a “radical university” and “radical is about access”, argues University Chancellor as he launches the Lemn Sissay Bursaries
On the eve of A-level results day, a study finds that some A-Level choices are keeping poorer students out of elite universities
Deputy Lifestyle Editor Araddhna Patel talks about the increasing popularity of tattoos and piercings, and how this effects employees at work
A Japanese minister has called for universities to teach subjects that “better meet society’s needs,” resulting in institutions closing or severely cutting humanities, social science and law departments
With us humans–us feeble, naïve, easily swayed humans–using the right language can really change everything. The case hasn’t changed much since the beginning of time:…
The glorification of violence and killing on the battle field is as abhorrent and disgraceful as celebrating it anywhere else
Christopher James argues the time has come to reconsider our social media ethics
The University, which makes over £200,000 a year from library fines alone, has been warned to change its rules and allow students to graduate even with ‘non-academic debt’
A blunt message from Downing Street this week was communicated to Britain’s leading public health expert (and the public at large) that the current age of consent for sex in the UK is 16, and “there are no plans to change it”. Is this the right attitude to take?
Keir Forde exposes favorite cosmetics manufacturer, where there really is no beauty without bunnies.