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Oxford clears student who made waitress cry “typical white tears”

Oxford uni has defended Rhodes Must Fall student Ntokozo Qwabe after he reduced a waitress to tears – because she was white.

Meet Xian'er - the first robotic Buddhist monk

A new robot monk has been created to help those obsessed with technology reconnect with their spirituality

York student shot by traveller teens

A second year student escaped from an attempted mugging - and then was shot in the back with a pellet gun.

Chemical spill sparks alert at Glasgow University

Medics and fire crews raced to laboratories after a chemical spill at Glasgow uni.

Free university and legal drugs: meet Ankit Love, the London mayoral candidate you've never heard of

The youngest candidate for London mayor wants to legalise cannabis and use the profits to fight violent crime.

What's happening to the crime rate in the UK?

It was feared that when faced with a recession, crime rates in the UK would go up. But, as the recession drags on and crime rates plummet, criminologists, politicians and social scientists are having to look a little closer to figure out what exactly is going on.

Students shortlisted for TV gongs

Over fifty students have been shortlisted for the prestigious Royal Television Society (RTS) awards.

Drunk driver jailed for killing student

Student tragically mown down on way to halls.

Student wins payout over 'sex-obsessed' creative writing course at Welsh uni

Welsh student wins £750 after complaining she had to attend 'distressing' lectures on Poe and Shakespeare.

Rhodes Must Fall Oxford student in race row after making waitress cry "white tears"

Oxford scholarship student Ntokozo Qwabe bragged about making the waitress cry on Facebook.

University of York's School of PEP faces uncertain future

The National Student has learned that the University of York's esteemed Department of PEP is under threat as the University undertakes a review into the future of the School.

Junior doctors' strike: "We're at a tipping point over unsafe contracts"

We spoke to junior doctors about what the strikes are all about

Japan hosts Y7 Summit

Young future leaders will gather in Tokyo to create a strong united voice on global issues. G7 world leaders: listen up

The Way We Die Now

Korea Life Consulting stages people’s funerals for them. People attend their own funerals to assess their priorities in life, but funerals themselves are changing...

This is the worst university in the country (for this week at least)

Another week, another shame-faced university being ranked the worst in the whole of the land.

This is the worst university in the UK, according to students

When it comes to university rankings, someone has got to come at the bottom of the pile.

Most British people wish their job was more creative

 63% of Brits wishing they were in a career where they could make more use of their creative skills, according to a survey.

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