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The Problem with Prime Minister’s Questions

"The travesty of parliament": Rhys Murphy tells why Prime Minister's Questions - in its current format - is unfit as a barometer for the competence of party leaders.

Posted on 29th March 2015

Student Life and Sexual Harassment

Georgie Deaville recounts her experiences of sexual harassment as a first year at the University of Birmingham.

Posted on 28th March 2015

The Philharmonic Orchestra at Elgar Concert Hall

Culture Critic Freya George fell in love with the Philharmonic Orchestra at Elgar Concert Hall and tells us how it can be good for the soul.

Posted on 28th March 2015

Expensive Makeup and Elitism

Aamina Siddiqi discusses the difficulty of achieving the perfect look perpetuated by the celebrity-focused media, especially for women of colour, as the makeup industry caters for lighter skin tones and pushes up prices for all.

Posted on 28th March 2015

Should Celebrities Give to Charity?

Should celebrities give to charity? Or is their presence more valuable? Life&Style writer Courtney Barclay debates...

Posted on 27th March 2015

Guild Council – 26th March 2015

Redbrick brings you live coverage of tonight's Guild Council, where your representatives will be making decisions on your behalf

Posted on 26th March 2015

A Night at the Movies

James Bagshaw captures some fantastic photos from the Birmingham University Dance Society's show, 'A Night at the Movies'

Posted on 26th March 2015

Top 5 Best Beauty Apps

An innovative guide to your daily beauty routine, from Life&Style writer Bethany Whiteoak...

Posted on 26th March 2015

3 Celebrities too Hipster to Function

Life&Style writer Rebecca Pugh tells us why these celebrities are too hipster for their own good...

Posted on 26th March 2015

A Look at Cormac McCarthy’s Critically Acclaimed Novels

Culture Critic William Carroll discusses the impressive and critically acclaimed works written by the American author, Cormac McCarthy, and the possibility of him receiving a Nobel Prize for Literature.

Posted on 21st March 2015

Book Review: Grant Sutton’s Plankton Soup

Culture Critic William Carroll reviews the strange novel, Plankton Soup, written by Grant Sutton.

Posted on 21st March 2015

Guild awarded £10k for General Election registration campaign

The University of Birmingham’s Guild of Students have been awarded £10,000 of government money, after pledging to spend it on encouraging students to register to vote.

Posted on 20th March 2015