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We're choosing our careers based on the TV we watch, apparently
It's especially true if you're a law student.
Students in America are striking on 1st March
In a national day of resistance against Trump.
These Lancaster students are dishing out free tampons in toilets around campus
'It´s time for change. Period.'
Government backtracks on Syrian refugee pledge
We had promised to take 3000 unaccompanied children. We will now be taking 350.
Live Review: Loyle Carner @ The Garage, Glasgow (03/02/17)
The emerging hip-hop star's debut tour leaves little to disappoint.
Kings' students suspended after divestment protest
Kings College Climate Emergency graffitied the university to challenge its investment in oil and gas companies.
Safer Internet Day: Nearly HALF of teenagers have seen naked pictures of peers being publicly shared
And 65% of 8-17 year olds have shared a picture or video with someone they only know online.
Personal health biggest worry for young brits, study reveals
Weight issues and getting older followed close behind.
Album review: Loyle Carner - Yesterday´s Gone
The debut album is a definite success.
This is the most burgled uni city in the country
Students in the north had better watch out…
2 months without a shower? Students share their stories of nightmare landlords
We invited students to share their real life experiences of nightmare landlords. Here´s what we found out…
NUS Vice President Richard Brooks is 'helping organise' individuals to oust Malia Bouattia, Al Jazeera is reporting
The conversation was recorded by an undercover reporter.
House of Lords forces key amendment to Higher Education Bill
Universities will be barred from seeking profit and will remain autonomous bodes
Lights Café opens in Leeds University Union to combat winter depression
The café is open until January 19th.
London employers are opening their doors to disadvantaged pupils today
Companies including Barclays, Chelsea FC and Microsoft are getting involved.
Here's what Edinburgh students are really thinking about their new nap pods
Surprise – it´s not all that positive.
Strathclyde pro-life students protest after students´ association ban
USSA has banned pro-life students from forming an official society affiliated with the association
Glasgow University will no longer prevent indebted students from graduating
The university is changing its policy on non-tuition fee debts