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Gareth Lewis

Gareth Lewis

Former news editor (2011-2012).

Final year dissertation students faced absent supervisors

History department dismisses claims

Manchester volunteer programme boosts local employment

Museum schemes offer Mancunians a way out of the recession with training programmes and practical work experience

Father of Manchester Student released from Syrian custody

A Syrian student at Manchester tells of the extreme torture his father suffered in a Syrian jail

EU students pay nothing at Scottish Universities

Whilst English, Welsh and Northern Irish applicants face £9,000 fees.

Private university defies application slump whilst parent company has faced US investigation.

Applicant figures for private university BBP have seen a large increase this year while publicly funded universities have suffered

Government rejects student loans fine

Vince Cable has dropped plans to charge students for re-paying their student loans early

RAG scores touchdown with Superbowl night success

RAG raised £500 by organizing a themed night at the SU Bar on the opening night of the superbowl

Pardon in sight for Alan Turing

The ‘father of computer science’ may soon be officially pardoned following a motion submitted to parliament by John Leech, MP

University museums win £2 million grant

Manchester Museums receive grant to expand their volunteer programs while others lose government support

Are we starving UK education?

Feature: Gareth Lewis shares his view of higher education in the UK and in Hong Kong

Labour, the Slightly-Less-Nasty-Party

Ed Miliband’s tuition fee plan is just a ‘pale imitation of the existing Tory policy’, writes Gareth Lewis

The symphony of lights

Thinking of studying in Hong Kong? Don’t forget your business card, as Gareth Lewis guides us through the rich student life of the harbour city.   Words and photographs by Gareth Lewis So how well did you eat last week? I enjoyed Hong Kong’s finest Michelin Star Dumplings for the princely sum of £4.70. I […]