Feminism is a word that has been dragged through the mud, giving it a meaning that a lot of people would prefer not to be associated with. So is it time to redefine what it stands for?
University provisions for lesbian, gay and bisexual students continue to improve, says Stonewall.
Marcus Johns speaks to Activities and Development Officer Joel Smith, and Head of Residences, Catering, and Bars Emma Stansfield about the runaway success of Welcome Week.
The Office of Fair Trading finds no evidence of non-competitive practices at universities, but says they urgently need to improve the quality of information that applicants receive.
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’
We pass buildings like Kilburn, Roscoe and Whitworth everyday, but who were the people behind the names?
Want to see your friends all the time but can’t afford the costs of nights out? Why not try these penny-saving ideas to keep you occupied
Student’s suicide leads to questions raised with Home Secretary
As Glasgow Students nominate Edward Snowden, Sam Dumitriu looks at the history of the position of university rector across the UK
A complex new molecule created by a postgraduate student at the University of Manchester closely resembles the famous symbol of Judaism
The discovery of a cell-like structure known to have contained water in the past gives more weight to claims that the Red Planet may once have supported life.
As part of our Welcome Week Education Special, David Brierley tells us why he thinks the failure of A-levels and standardised testing makes university a more exciting opportunity.
Proposed change in the mark scheme could see students graded in a similar way to the American style of letter grades
Wondering how on earth you’ll cope when you have to move back in with the rents? Claire Morris has got it covered
Strike action has had “little or no impact” at most universities and protestors should focus on negotiating better pay deals for the 2014-15 period, says UCEA
While many people are eager for a relationship while at uni, others simply want to enjoy being young, free and single. Here, two students debate the issue
Tim Harcourt-Powell tells the story of a student struggling with a major cannabis problem