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Edinburgh students’ experiences working in a German refugee camp detailed in new exhibition

On Wednesday, March 1, the Tracking Stories exhibition opened in 50 George Square, showcasing the experiences of University of Edinburgh students who helped run a summer school for refugee children…

Students’ Association introduces new social enterprise fund for student projects

Edinburgh University Students’ Association is introducing a new £5,000 social enterprise fund to help students set up sustainable, profits-for-purpose businesses. This is a pilot scheme which is hoping to fund…

EUSA study shows need for widening participation in University societies

Students from lower income and minority backgrounds are less likely to hold committee and leadership positions in University of Edinburgh’s societies and clubs, according to research conducted by University of…

Outrage from junior doctors as Jeremy Hunt vetos NHS bill

Secretary of State for Health Jeremy Hunt has personally vetoed a proposal that would have ended the junior doctors’ strike, sources close to the British Medical Association (BMA) have claimed.…

Proposals emerge to increase monitoring of students at universities

A push for increased data monitoring on university campuses may threaten students’ privacy. Information that could be harvested includes grades, attendance, library activity, use of virtual learning environments, time spent…

Oxford University students have voted to remove the statue of Cecil Rhodes from Oriel College campus

In a tight, non-binding vote, students at the University of Oxford have voted to remove the controversial statue of Cecil Rhodes from Oriel College. The move comes after months of…

High numbers of UK students suffering financially, survey indicates

New survey results show many students resorting to extreme measures to cope with difficult financial situations, including theft, sex work, and drug dealing. The survey, conducted by The Student Room…

Critic of sexual consent workshops says intimidated on Warwick campus

University of Warwick student George Lawlor has spoken out about the abuse he has received on campus following his public opposition to sexual consent workshops. Lawlor, a Politics and Sociology…