‘Kill Islam Before It Kills You': More graffiti discovered on campus

Students champion #JeSuisCharlie activism as a ‘defence of the artistic community’

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BEMA holds vigil for victims of Boko Haram massacre

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    ‘Kill Islam Before It Kills You': More graffiti discovered on campus

    More Islamophobic graffiti has been discovered in the Arts building, after reports of similar messages in the Guild and Strathcona building.

    Written by Mandeep Heer on 26th January 2015

    CAMPUS

    ‘Not On’ campaign aims to tackle sexual harassment on campus

    Today saw the launch of the Guild and University ‘Not On’ campaign in a bid to reduce sexual harassment amongst university students.

    Written by Sophie Dober on 26th January 2015

    BIRMINGHAM

    Holocaust Memorial held at Birmingham’s Town Hall

    On Sunday 25th January, two days before the Holocaust Memorial day, a ceremony took place in Birmingham’s Town Hall to commemorate the 1940’s genocide and all subsequent genocides around the world.

    Written by Dean Eastmond on 26th January 2015

    BIRMINGHAM

    Students champion #JeSuisCharlie activism as a ‘defence of the artistic community’

    Three students who were behind last week’s #JeSuisCharlie vigil in Victoria Square last week will be inviting the public to engage in debate and conversation about the recent terror attacks in France.

    Written by Sabrina Dougall on 26th January 2015

    NEWS

    UOB student rallies against Anti-semitism

    Second-year Theology and Religion student, Izzy Lenga, represents Jewish students at national commemoration event.

    Written by Vanessa Browne on 24th January 2015

    CAMPUS

    #RedbrickPresents: The BIG Media Event

    Sophie Dober reports on Redbrick's BIG Media Event last week

    Written by Sophie Dober on 23rd January 2015

    BIRMINGHAM

    BEMA holds vigil for victims of Boko Haram massacre

    The University's Black and Ethnic Minorities Association (BEMA) organised a vigil in protest of the Boko Haram massacre. Isma Azad reports.

    Written by Isma Azad on 23rd January 2015

    BIRMINGHAM

    Police say Muslim business attacks are ‘not racially motivated’

    The Midlands police, upon investigation, state that the attacks upon Muslim businesses have no racial motive.

    Written by Mandeep Heer on 23rd January 2015

    NEWS

    Studies suggest student vote could swing the General Election

    Duncan Kenyon reports on the new studies conducted by the Higher Education Policy Institute (HEPI), which imply that greater student vote can have an impact on the General Election.

    Written by Duncan Kenyon on 23rd January 2015

    CAMPUS

    Students protest against Vice Chancellor’s 10k pay rise

    Defend Education student lobbyists protest against the University's Vice-Chancellor's 10k pay-rise, giving him a total salary of £410,000 a year.

    Written by Carys Bedford on 23rd January 2015

    BIRMINGHAM

    Cadbury factory sees 200 ‘voluntary redundancies’

    An agreement reached between the Mondelez International company and Labour Unions has confirmed that 205 of around 900 jobs at Cadbury will be shed in a bid to make the factory more competitive.

    Written by Duncan Kenyon on 22nd January 2015

    CAMPUS

    UoB ranks 10th for Graduate Employability

    The University of Birmingham ranked tenth for graduate employability. Carys Bedford reports.

    Written by Carys Bedford on 22nd January 2015
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