UCAS are considering alternative approaches for testing applicants due to concerns that the personal statement model gives middle class students an advantage.
Only 29 percent of students with a disability in England receiving DSA allowance says new report A new report has found that just 29 percent of university students in England and Wales with a known disability have been receiving the Disabled Students’ Allowance (DSA) – this means an estimated 186,000 students have gone without the […]
University staff across the country set to strike for ten days affecting one million students The University and College Union (UCU) has confirmed that further strike action will be taking place across 68 UK universities from Monday 14th February. University staff will strike for ten days out of a three week period, in protest against […]
New Chair of Governing Body appointed for University of Exeter The University of Exeter has appointed a new Chair of Council. Quentin Woodley has been named as the new Chair in addition to being appointed as the new Pro-Chancellor. The University of Exeter has stated “an experienced board chair with a background in finance, investment […]
The University and students have expressed disapproval of hazing and extreme drinking culture in clubs. A University of Exeter spokesperson says, “Initiation ceremonies at Exeter were banned in 2007 following the tragic death of an individual student.” Initiation ceremonies at Exeter were banned in 2007 following the tragic death of an individual student.” An anonymous […]
Lily Margaroli was Co-President of Nightline and Model Westminster Society before being elected to be President of the Student Guild for the forthcoming year. We sat down with her to find out a little bit more about her, the challenges she will be facing and some of the issues facing students and the Guild. É: […]
Online Comment Editor, Eirwen Abberley Watton, investigates the controversy over ‘decolonising reading lists’ at university.
Whether you’re a humanities student or not, deciphering academic essays is challenging at the best of times. One can easily be overwhelmed by the amount of information available and the often dense writing style. Jessica Holifield shares her top tips for tackling secondary resources and how to use them to your advantage.
Recent studies from Rational FX show that only 14 per cent of UK businesses classify a degree as a “very important” attribute when hiring a new employee, and with student mental health plummeting, many are left questioning the value of obtaining a degree in 2021.
Chloe Pumares explores the ways we can overcome Imposter Syndrome