Guild of Students
Begging problems return to Bristol Road
PPE General Election 2015 Debates: Lee Dargue, Liberal Democrats
Over 100 students protest against fascism on campus
‘Kill Islam Before It Kills You': More graffiti discovered on campus
Students champion #JeSuisCharlie activism as a ‘defence of the artistic community’
Reactions to the Paris Attacks: the Need for Peace and Solidarity
Who Will Apologise for Anti-Muslim Attacks?
Open Letter: Your Graffiti Will Not Intimidate Us
Redbrick’s BIG Media Event: What I Learned
Birmingham: the Non-Muslim “no go zone”
Men’s 2nds bounce back following cup exit
Mens Rugby 1sts run riot
Lance Armstrong: Time to move on?
Super Bowl XLIX Preview
6 Nations Preview
At the University
Book Review: Books by Charlie Hill
Book Review: Midland by Honor Gavin
TEDx Brum: a city inspired to ‘Do it Yourself’
Dracula’s Ghost: The Dark Tale in a New Light
Who Really Cares About Poetry?
Live Review: Sharon Van Etten
Redbrick Meets…James Bay
Live Review: Sneakbo
Album Review: Sneakbo – Certified
Live Review: Mallory Knox
Fierce and Finished
What do jobs in the fashion industry actually pay?
Unlikely Fashion Icon
Fierce and Finished
Budget Beauty Buys
The Price of Being a Woman
Food on Campus
A Time for Reflection: Christmas Food Gifts
Scotland’s Favourite Son: Burns Night
Recipe of the Fortnight: Mushroom, sweet potato and bacon risotto
A Food’s Eye Look On 2014
Why the Oscars need Selma
Top 3: Oscar Snubs
Into the Woods
Focus on: The Oscars
2015: The Highlights
Now You See It: Making Saturday Magic?
Secrets, murders and seaside: Broadchurch
CBB: Conceited, Brash & Bitchy
The National Television Awards: Our Verdict
Beautiful Budapest: A Tale of Two Sides
The Tunisia Review
The Life and Times of Amsterdam
Strasbourg: The Hybrid City
Lego competition returns to Birmingham
Creature Feature: The Naked Mole Rat
Dragon Docked, Falcon Failed!
Huge Step Forward for Antibiotics
Manchester Utd (1) vs (1) Real Madrid – 2nd leg Preview
After a tight first leg at the Santiago Bernabeu, Ross Highfield looks forward to the 2nd leg of the Champions League last 16 tie between the world's two most famous clubs...
Posted on 19th February 2013
Top 5 January Transfers 2013
It wasn't the most exciting transfer window of recent times but there were still some big deals made in the Premier League this January, Ross Highfield counts down his top 5...
Posted on 6th February 2013
(Poll) Has Armstrong Put Cheating Footballers Into Perspective
Ross Highfield and Matt Clark give their views on how diving footballersin the Premier League should be compared to Lance Armstrong...
Posted on 30th January 2013
Africa Cup of Nations Preview and Predictions
With the ACON underway, Ross Highfield gives a detailed preview of the competition and his predictions as to group and eventual tournament winners...
Posted on 22nd January 2013
Should Chelsea renew Frank Lampard’s contract?
With Frank Lampard set to leave Chelsea in the summer, Ross Highfield examines the rationality of the club's decision making...
Posted on 17th January 2013
Messi set to continue Ballon d’Or dominance
Ross Highfield says despite the bloated list, it is pretty much guaranteed that the Argentinean will be picking up the trophy for the fourth year running...
Posted on 5th November 2012
St. George’s Park once piece of the jigsaw for English success
Ross Highfield says the new national complex is a step in the right direction but that an overhaul of the mind-set is of more important to long-term success...
Posted on 14th October 2012
Bringing back Pietersen a big risk by the ECB
Ross Highfield believes welcoming back the batsman into the national team could go either way with the potential for things to go horribly wrong for the ECB...
Posted on 8th October 2012
FA show double standards in Terry race row
Ross Highfield believes football's national body has made a mistake in only giving the former England captain half the punishment which it doled out to Luis Suarez...
Posted on 29th September 2012
Hodgson has chance to stamp authority on England side
Ross Highfield says the England manager can finally put his mark on the Three Lions but that World Cup glory in 2014 is still little more than a pipe dream...
Posted on 7th September 2012
Rich clubs reap spoils of Wenger’s hard work
Ross Highfield bemoans that the richest clubs such as Manchester City and Barcelona are benefitting from the exploits of Arsenal in nurturing young talent and that these players are leaving for more money...
Posted on 30th August 2012
Unpredictability makes the Championship a compelling watch
Ross Highfield says the wide-range of competition in England's second-tier makes a nice change from the dominance of certain teams in the Premier League...
Posted on 24th August 2012
Issue #1456, 23rd January 2015 – 5th February 2015
Nazi Swastikas and Islamophobic Statement found graffitied on campus
The BIG Media Event
Interview: The Cast and Crew of Ex Machina
Islamophobia: the new norm on campus
The Problem with Private Education in the UK
Should British Muslims be Pro-active in the Fight Against Home-Grown Terrorism?
Culture at Bramall Comedy Night
50 Shades of Grey: a worrying trend?
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