breaking news

Comment

Comment presents the Dickhead Awards
0

Comment presents the Dickhead Awards

February 22nd, 2016 | by NUSU
DONALD TRUMP Helena Vesty It’s difficult to know where to start with the, frankly, incredible number of instances where Donald Trump has demonstrated himself to be one of the most divisive, controversial and truly hated...
The limitations of 'positive thinking'
0

The limitations of 'positive thinking'

February 15th, 2016 | by NUSU
Study after study has shown that thinking positively can have a genuine positive impact on your mental and physical health. Replacing self-limiting beliefs with optimistic ones can help you achieve more. Treating yourself like...
We need to stop UBERreacting to the ‘taxi crisis’
0

We need to stop UBERreacting to the ‘taxi crisis’

February 15th, 2016 | by NUSU
The Uber experience is becoming ubiquitous. The amazement of virgin Uberers as they realise they can, in seconds, order and pay for a ride that arrives in minutes and costs markedly less than usual taxis is testament to its...
EU Referendum  – the Channel’s hostile waters
1

EU Referendum – the Channel’s hostile waters

February 15th, 2016 | by NUSU
LEAVE: Robin Richards  For some the election of 24 UKIP MEP’s in the 2014 European Elections represented a chance to enforce a new British nationalist agenda, to fly St George’s Crosses anywhere out of Emily Thornberry’s...
LGBT+  AWARENESS WEEK 2016
0

LGBT+ AWARENESS WEEK 2016

February 15th, 2016 | by NUSU
WE NEED GENDER NEUTRAL TOILETS Saffron Kershaw-Mee Imagine this. You leave a toilet cubicle and several people look at you in confusion, and even ask if you knew you were in the women’s toilet.  You’re trying to use the...
World-wide wealth inequalities: business as usual
0

World-wide wealth inequalities: business as usual

February 8th, 2016 | by NUSU
In January, a disturbing conspiracy began circulating in the newspapers across the world. From Tokyo to Truro the media claimed that a mere 62 individuals had now amassed fortunes greater than the wealth owned by half of the...
Dr. Newcastle's Botch-ster: Newcastle Medical School's cadaver controversy
0

Dr. Newcastle's Botch-ster: Newcastle Medical School's cadaver controversy

February 8th, 2016 | by NUSU
Against argument: Josephine Melvin  Newcastle University’s medical school has been placed under a controversial light in recent weeks, concerning the (as some would deem it) inappropriate use of its donated cadavers. It has...
DEVIL'S ADVOCATE on Junior Doctors' Contracts
0

DEVIL'S ADVOCATE on Junior Doctors' Contracts

January 22nd, 2016 | by NUSU
With the junior doctors contracts causing such a stir from those in the medical sphere, I played devil’s advocate in an interview with Ben Beska, who openly opposes the governments contract changes. This is what he had to say:...
The Most Significant Events Of 2015: Part 1
0

The Most Significant Events Of 2015: Part 1

December 14th, 2015 | by NUSU
Bombs in Syria: Cold War Part II This September, Russians flew their first bombing runs in Syria, escalating the conflict, but also making them arch-frenemies of the US-lead alliance. Instead of merely attacking ISIS with the...
The most significant events of 2015: Part 2
0

The most significant events of 2015: Part 2

December 14th, 2015 | by NUSU
Tory Landslide Spells Bad News This week, I enjoyed the final dystopian saga of the Hunger Games, an entertaining (if unsophisticated) conclusion to the series and the year. Outside of the cinema though, a real dystopia of our...