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How to do Summer for the student budget.

How to do Summer for the student budget.

Tuesday 10 April 2018Student Journalists

With Easter behind us and the clocks moving forward, we’re being forced to confront the fact that summer is now in the tangible future – whether the weather seems to agree with that or not. And though this may seem like a delightful prospect, it can also bring with it a slight sense of panic. Just how are you going to fill all those lovely, but long, months of the university summer break? Here are four suggestions to fill your summer holidays, whatever your budget or interests.

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Student protest: vibrant and alive in 2018

Student protest: vibrant and alive in 2018

Thursday 8 March 2018Student Journalists

Students and protest often seem synonymous. From the Parisian barricades of the 1968 French riots to the British tuition fee demonstrations in 2010, students have never been ones to keep quiet when they’re angry. And though the establishment may like to brand the young as apathetic, recent years have proven this tradition of political activism lives on. Students have again and again stood up for their rights, beliefs and futures.

Students and protest often seem synonymous. From the Parisian barricades of the 1968 French riots to...

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A first glance at the Office for Students

A first glance at the Office for Students

Thursday 1 March 2018Student Journalists

The Office for Students (OfS), the new independent regulator for higher education in England, will succeed HEFCE as the Principal Regulator for higher education providers from 1 April 2018. In advance of this change, a number of documents relating to the regulatory framework of the OfS were released to the public on Wednesday 28th February.[1] The documents give us a greater insight into how the Office plans to perform its various functions and, crucially, what this could mean for the Higher Education sector as a whole.  

The Office for Students (OfS), the new independent regulator for higher education in England, will...

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