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On this day: 17th October 1956
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On this day: 17th October 1956

October 17th, 2016 | by NUSU
17th October...
Brexit: how will the environment fare?
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Brexit: how will the environment fare?

October 17th, 2016 | by NUSU
David Tooby discusses how leaving the European Union on our environmental...
To re-freeze or not to re-freeze? That is the question on our minds
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To re-freeze or not to re-freeze? That is the question on our minds

October 17th, 2016 | by NUSU
Jack Coles opens the figurative fridge door into the health implications of re-freezing...
Word of the Week: Gastromancy
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Word of the Week: Gastromancy

October 17th, 2016 | by NUSU
Jordan Oloman gives new meaning to the sounds of our...
Rosetta: The final descent
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Rosetta: The final descent

October 17th, 2016 | by NUSU
Christopher Little tributes to Rosetta’s final...
Mythbusters: Hungover Bacon butty or banana?
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Mythbusters: Hungover Bacon butty or banana?

October 17th, 2016 | by NUSU
The night before is hitting you hard and a bacon sandwich is calling your name, but the question is, does greasy food really help cure a hangover? Aine Wilcox finds...
Earth reaches CO2 threshold
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Earth reaches CO2 threshold

October 17th, 2016 | by NUSU
Sam Griffiths reports about our carbon footprint that just won’t wash...
The Courier shows you how to get a 1st in first impressions first time
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The Courier shows you how to get a 1st in first impressions first time

October 17th, 2016 | by NUSU
Jodie Harrington explains why there are no second chances and what we can do to improve...
The environmental cost of Brexit
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The environmental cost of Brexit

October 17th, 2016 | by NUSU
Our new Prime Minister is keen to remind us that ‘Brexit means Brexit’.But, what she won’t tell you is how badly Brexit will hurt Britain, particularly since the negotiations are in the hands of Messrs Johnson, Fox and...
Word of the Year: SMOMBIES
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Word of the Year: SMOMBIES

May 16th, 2016 | by NUSU
If you’ve read Fahrenheit 451, you might remember a passage where he talks about a woman, almost catatonic, oblivious to the world thanks to a radio in her ear. This sort of stuff stunned Ray Bradbury in 1953, but it’s second...