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Following a previous article Western Eye published on the educational opportunities of Second Life, Mark Shand, E-learning Development Officer, felt prompted to point out UWE’s own recently built...

A story to go in this month about women having more nightmares than men is in need of an image. Feel free to use your imagination on this one, a cartoon of some sort perhaps? The  information for the...

One of the most famous ballets of all time came to Bristol this week as Swan Lake hit the stage at the Hippodrome. Swan Lake was composed by Tchaikovsky in 1876 and was first performed over 100 years ago...

As a student growing accustomed to revision, I’ve tried to build up my capacity for memory over the past few years. Despite this newly improved skill, some things still seem to completely wash over...

Martin Freke, a former director of music at UWE has been jailed for eight months for possession of over 9,000 pornographic images of children and 280 films. The images were discovered by the 61-year-old’s...

Over the last few years debates have risen over the right and perhaps even duty for universities to be able to check out and review students who take up scientific degrees. In December two young Muslims...

A new crime scene training facility will be launched at Glenside campus this month. Upper Lodge, based on the edge of the campus, has been transformed into a crime scene house to aid students in their...

Student nurses who regularly work up to 37 hours a week on placements are being forced to take on second jobs due to inadequate government funding.  It has come to light according to recent...

Detoxification, or detox for short is the removal of toxic substances. Today it has become the tag line for a whole range of products and programs that are meant to miraculously cure that which ails us,...

  Last week, my attention was drawn to a local company back home, who were looking for an artist to produce a piece of artwork to go in their foyer. They wanted this artwork to symbolise the way...