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Rugby boys remain bottom
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Rugby boys remain bottom

December 12th, 2016 | by Tom Shrimplin
Courier Sport editor Tom Shrimplin made the trip to Heaton to watch Newcastle come out on the wrong side of an exhilarating game of...
Officials cost Newcastle in derby defeat
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Officials cost Newcastle in derby defeat

December 12th, 2016 | by Oliver Ross Assogna
What promised to be an exciting top of the table clash was marred by controversial decisions by the officials at Coach...
Lacrosse loving life in the league
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Lacrosse loving life in the league

December 12th, 2016 | by Tim Deehan
Tim Deehan talks us through Lacrosse's fantastic start to the season, despite the uncertainty surrounding the team at the start of the...
Novices make admirable archery debuts
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Novices make admirable archery debuts

December 12th, 2016 | by Miriam Atkinson
Newcastle University Archery Club went along to the Novice Championship to give their rookies their first taste of competitive...
Boris fights international students corner in immigration conflict
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Boris fights international students corner in immigration conflict

December 12th, 2016 | by Isabel Sykes
Boris Johnson has risked causing conflict with Downing Street after suggesting that international students should be omitted from migration...
University lashes out against ban of ‘juicy’ stories on campus
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University lashes out against ban of ‘juicy’ stories on campus

December 12th, 2016 | by James McCoull
The student union at the University of St. Mark and St. John has elected to ban the sale of orange juice with pulp, as a satirical swipe at rival institution Plymouth University’s decision to block the sale of tabloid papers...
Oxford sued by graduate over disappointing teaching standards
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Oxford sued by graduate over disappointing teaching standards

December 12th, 2016 | by editor
An Oxford graduate is suing the university after failing to graduate with a first class...
Tennis girls hammer Hallam
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Tennis girls hammer Hallam

December 12th, 2016 | by Oliver Warren
In a pulsating encounter, the Hallam contingent had arrived ready for a dogfight, and a dogfight is exactly what they got, with Newcastle winning 8-4. The first doubles was played by Newcastle number one pair Eleanor Bradshaw and...
University in UK top 10 for sustainability
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University in UK top 10 for sustainability

December 5th, 2016 | by Isabel Sykes
Newcastle University has been ranked in the top ten universities for sustainability by the People and Planet University...
Thoroughly Trumped: A pub lecture with legend Dr Martin Farr
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Thoroughly Trumped: A pub lecture with legend Dr Martin Farr

December 5th, 2016 | by editor
Over 100 students crammed into the Trent House Pub to hear Martin Farr give a lecture,organised by the History society, on ‘Brexit and the Age of Trump’, with almost 200 watching a live...