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Can university graduates really become police detectives in 12 weeks?
The jury's still out.
What drugs are students taking and why are they taking them?
Drug use at uni isn’t just about getting high on a night out.
Why journalism students (and many who teach it) will be glad to see the back of the Daily Mail's editor
This is an industry in which old hands wear their tales of ill treatment like badges of honour.
Black history is still largely ignored, 70 years after Empire Windrush reached Britain
The arrival of the Empire Windrush at Tilbury docks on June 22, 1948 marked a watershed moment in the recent history of immigration to Britain.
Love Island: audience reaction shows deep snobbery about accents
'Whilst Hayley might say some surprising things, it tends to be her accent that people queue up to criticise.'
Cannabis: how British laws around the drug have evolved
The case of Billy Caldwell has reignited the long-running debate over the medical uses of the plant in Britain.
'Upskirting' and 'revenge porn': the need for a comprehensive law
After months of campaigning, moves to criminalise 'upskirting' have stalled.
The Alice in Wonderland effect of Glasgow School of Art Mackintosh building
The relationship between people and their places has never appeared more precious than today.
Grenfell Tower: how Twitter users fought off fake news to honour Muslim heroes
Fake news didn't work here.
How perfectionism can lead to depression in students
Nearly 30% of undergraduates suffer from depressive symptoms.
Germaine Greer: from feminist firebrand to professional troll
She wants shorter sentences for rapists.
13 Reasons Why is a real opportunity to help troubled teens
It 'shows what being a teenager is actually like.'
What each of the G7 countries wants, and what they need
G7 starts in Quebec today.
New poll shows British people have become more positive about immigration
Michael Gove was actually correct.
The ‘Mohamed Salah Effect’ is real – my research shows how he inspires Egyptian youth
For young people in Egypt, Salah is more than just a footballer.
GDPR: ground zero for a more trusted, secure internet
Friday marked the start of a more citizen-focused world.
India's holiest city tried 'pro-poor' tourism – but for young people, it's still a struggle for survival
In Assi, Anmol reads faces to survive.
The death of the auteur director in the #MeToo age
Auteur Theory has held the film industry in its grip since the 1950s.