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Tuesday, 1 April

WATCH: Jeremy Paxman grills David Willetts on tuition fees

Universities minister David Willetts has become the latest high-profile Newsnight guest to be torn apart by Jeremy ...

Tuesday, 1 April

British Red Cross and Art Against Knives launch #ArtsForFirstAid campaign

The British Red Cross has joined forces with Art Against Knives to create three short films that are designed to ...

Tuesday, 25 March

Ed Miliband hints at “radical” overhaul for tuition fees if Labour win in 2015

Labour leader Ed Miliband has claimed that a government under his leadership would make a “radical ...

Wednesday, 12 March

WATCH: Student president campaign video parodies The Wolf Of Wall Street

Tommy Bolger, a student at the University of Limerick running for president of the students’ union has ...

Tuesday, 4 March

David Willetts pulls out of Sussex Uni lecture amid talks of student protests

Universities minister David Willetts has pulled out of a guest lecture he was due to give at the University of ...

Friday, 28 February

Meet UKIP’s Jack Duffin: The man who wants to be your next NUS president

Last year’s National Union of Students (NUS) elections saw an ‘Inanimate Carbon Rod’ taking all ...

Thursday, 20 February

Edward Snowden warns Oxford students of government corruption

NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden has sent a video message to Oxford University students and warned them of the ...

Tuesday, 18 February

Edward Snowden elected Rector of Glasgow University

Intelligence whistleblower Edward Snowden has been elected as student rector at the University of Glasgow after ...

Tuesday, 18 February

A UKIP parliamentary candidate could be the next NUS president

The National Union of Students (NUS) national elections are about to get a whole lot more interesting with a UKIP ...

Thursday, 6 February

This half-naked sculpture is drawing protests at an all-female college

More than 500 students have petitioned for the removal of a hyper-realistic sculpture that depicts a bald – ...

Friday, 31 January

Students pledge to mobilise after 14 arrests at University of Birmingham

Students have called for “co-ordinated direct action and occupations” in a week when controversial ...

Wednesday, 29 January

SHAKE-UP: A-Levels ‘should be axed’ for baccalaureate

Major concern surrounds the future of A-Level study following recommendations that the qualification be halted and ...