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Desert Island Books: Lecturer edition
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Desert Island Books: Lecturer edition

October 22nd, 2018 | by Megan Clark
We ask our favourite lecturers what book changed their life, what novels get them nostalgic or what polotical journals get their blood boiling , and why they had such an effect on them.   Dr Geoffrey Poole, Sociology Good...
NUS survey reveals students’ excessive drinking habits
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NUS survey reveals students’ excessive drinking habits

October 22nd, 2018 | by editor
Freshers’ week saw many students indulge in the most alcohol intensive week of their lives, with many extending this trend and continuing to drink multiple times a week. Some studies have suggested, however, that less and...
The BTOC Awards
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The BTOC Awards

October 18th, 2018 | by Harry Parsons
The writers of the Courier decide: What are the best loos on...
Body found in river confirmed as Worcester missing fresher
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Body found in river confirmed as Worcester missing fresher

October 15th, 2018 | by Joe Molander
A search for Worcester student Tom Jones ended in tragedy on Tuesday 2nd October when West Mercia police confirmed that the body recovered from the River Severn the Friday before was his. Jones, 18, had been missing since the...
The Games that Defined my Uni Years
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The Games that Defined my Uni Years

July 20th, 2018 | by Gerry Hart
Courier Gaming legend Gerry Hart recalls the best procrastination games across his time at...
University: the time of your life?
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University: the time of your life?

May 7th, 2018 | by Phoebe Hurst
Following Mind the Gap's mental health conference, Phoebe Hurst assesses the impact of university life on student's...
Theresa’s Terrible Tory Tuition Review
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Theresa’s Terrible Tory Tuition Review

March 5th, 2018 | by Aaron Bacon
Tuition fees: a system that has become so unworkable and so ill conceived that even the Conservative government have taken it upon themselves to ‘review’ its future. As swathes of young people have been inspired by Labour’s...
Give it a Go Review: Dog and Scone
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Give it a Go Review: Dog and Scone

February 26th, 2018 | by editor
As a student who very much misses her dogs during term time, I jumped at the opportunity to review Newcastle’s latest gimmick: the dog café, suitably named ‘Dog and Scone’ and situated just off Bigg Market. I was given...
Rise in international applications to UK universities
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Rise in international applications to UK universities

February 20th, 2018 | by Anna Savage
Brexit has not stood in the way of international applications to the UK, according to...
Soapboxes
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Soapboxes

February 12th, 2018 | by Mhairi McGee
Mhairi McGee For many of you reading this, Pat Phelan is but a stranger, a man whose name you have not heard. For those of you like myself, whose social life collapsed during January exams, Pat Phelan has been the bane of your...