'Harlem Shake' dance goes viral
Trapstep sensation Baauer has come into the limelight - but perhaps not for the reasons he would have anticipated.
What People Believe: Scientology
Scientology is the fastest growing religion on earth, with advertisements visible across London and celebrities such as Tom Cruise espousing its ideals. TNS delves into the truth behind Scientology...
Average British student spends more on alcohol than food
According to the survey, most students can't cook to save their lives and spend more money on alcohol than food each week.
Top 10 Most Outlandish Religious Figures
With the resignation of Pope Benedict XVI being discussed in the media internationally, one's mind may wander to the long list of ridiculous, fascinating, corrupt or otherwise inappropriate religious figures that have permeated popular culture since the dawn of time. TNS offers a roundup of a few of the most outlandish...
Exeter University's Safer Sex Ball cancelled after CCTV sex video
The Students' Guild at the Russell Group university has announced the ball will be permanently cancelled after CCTV footage of two students engaged in a sex act on campus emerged.
Graduate wins legal battle over unpaid Poundland work
Cait Reilly, a geology graduate from Birmingham, has won a Court of Appeal battle in which she claimed that her unpaid labour at a Poundland store was unlawful.
Students occupy University of Sussex
A number of students of the University of Sussex are occupying the university's conference centre of in protest of plans to privatise support services at the university.
Top 10 WORST Valentine's Day films
If you're planning a cosy night in you might want to do some research on the extensive back catalogue of utterly terrible films that you could unwittingly come across...
National Student Volunteering Week arrives in the UK
National Student Volunteering Week began on Monday and aims to celebrate and raise awareness of the possibilities and successes of student volunteering across the country.
Rupert Murdoch 'so over' Page 3?
On Sunday a twitter conversation provoked speculation that Murdoch may be questioning the future of Page 3.
'Inanimate Carbon Rod' standing for NUS president
The candidates currently running for NUS presidency include two women, a man and an inanimate carbon rod.
Japanese firm designs 'dream home' for cats
A Japanese house building company called Asahi Kasei has designed and built an apartment perfectly adapted to the keeping of pet cats. The flat is being described as a 'dream home' for cats and cat lovers.